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Bulletin of 

Bibliography 

and Dramatic Index 

FREDERICK WINTHROP FAXON, EDITOR 

Volume 11 

January, 1920, to April, 1923 

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(COMPLETE IN TEN NUMBERS) aVA. 

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INDEX 



Page 

Abbey's illustrations of Shakespeare's comedies. 

(Annette P. Ward) 141 

American association of economic entomologists. 

Bibliographical note 179 

Andrews, Clement Walker. Portrait and bio- 
graphical sketch. 97 

Autographed books of the Grosvenor library [Buf- 
falo, N. Y.] (G: Hibbard) 119 
Bacon. Corinne, compiler. Children's catalog 

supplement, 1916-1919. (Book notice) 23 

, and James. Mertice. Children's catalog 

supplement, 1921. (Book notice) ... 99 

Barr. John. History of the City of Aukland, 

N. Z.. 1840-1920. (Book notice). 139 

Bates, Mary E., compiler. Births and deaths in 
the periodical world 

14, 32. 49, 69, 90, 106, 130, 146. 169. 187 
Bay, J. Christian. Echoes of Robert Louis 

Stevenson. (Book notice) .... 43 
Bell, Florence C. Select list of references on 
public international law for college students 

64. 86. 101. 124. 162 
Bergen, Esther L., cprttpiler. One-act plays for 

high schools . \ 99 

Bibliography. Practical, Brief reading-list on. 

(New York State Ubrary school, Class of 1921) 61 
Biographical sketches of librarians and bibliog- 
raphers (with portraits) : 

XXV Azariah Smith Root 1 

XXVI Raymond CazalUs Davis .... 21 

XXVII Caroline M. Hewins 41 

XXVIII William Coolidge Lane .... 57 

XXIX Henry James Carr 77 

XXX Clement Walker Andrews ... 97 

XXXI Bernard Christian Steiner . . . 117 

XXXII Gratia A. Countryman .... 137 

XXXIII Hiller Crowell Wellman .... 153 

XXXIV Samuel Haverstick Ranck ... 177 
Births and deaths in the periodical world. (Mary 

E. Bates) 14. 32. 49, 69. 90. 106. 130, 146. 169, 187 
Blanchard. Grace. The island cure. (Book notice) 139 
Bonner. Marian F.. compiler. Index to library 

reference lists, 1919 6 

. 1920 61 

. 1921 125 

. 1922 180 

Booklist books. 1920. (Book notice). . 80 

. 1921. (Book notice) 119 

. 1922. (Book notice) 180 

Books. Autographed, of the Grosvenor library 

[Buffalo. N. Y.]. (G: Hibbard) . 119 

Books by librarians, notices of 

2, 23. 43, 57, 79. 98. 119, 139. 154, 179 
Booth, Mary J. Index to material on picture 

study. (Book notice) 77. 79 

Bostwick, Arthur E. A librarian's open shelf. 

(Book notice) 43 

, compiler. The library and Society reprints 

of papers and addresses. (Book notice) . 79 

Boyd. Anne M.. compiler. Contemporary poets. 

(Reading list) 10. 28 

Brown. Edna A. Journey's end. (Book notice) 79 

. That affair at St. Peter's. (Book notice) 79 

Brown. James Duff. Manual of library economy, 

third edition, ed. by W. C. Berwick Sayers. 

(Book notice) 22 

Brown. Zaidee. Dkections for the librarian of a 

small library. (Book notice) . , . . 119 
Carr, Henry James. Portrait and biographical 

sketch 77 

Cincinnati [O.] public library, Local war records 

in. (Mary J. Hirst) 140 

Clelend. Ethel, compiler. Five hundred business 

books. (Book notice) 22 

Contemporary poets. (Reading list) (cont.) 

(Anne M. Boyd) 10. 28 

Countryman. Gratia A. Portrait and biographi- 
cal sketch 137 



Page 

Cushman, Josephine A. The rubber industry. 

(Book notice) 23 

Dana. John Cotton. On buying and using print. 

(Book notice) 119 

. A library primer. (Book notice) ... 57 

. Suggestions. (Book notice) . . . 78. 79 

Davis. Mary Gould. The girls' book of verse. 

(Book notice) 179 

Davis. Raymond Cazallis. Biographical sketch 

and portrait. (W. W. Bishop) ... 23 

Detroit public library. Reading room for the blind. 24 
Dorrance. Frances. English translation of Soran- 

er's "Manual of plant diseases." (Book 

notice) 139 

Drama. Recent books of: A reading list. (Beatrice 

Goldsmith) 142 

Dramatic index. 16, 34. 51. 72. 91, 109, 133. 148. 171.189 
Drury. Francis K. W. Plays of to-day. A read- 
ing list. (Book notice) 59 

, editor. Technical and scientific serials in 

the libraries of Providence. 1920. (Book 

notice). 79 

Elmendorf, Mrs. Theresa, compiler. The United 

States, a short reading list. (Book notice) 119 

Faxon, Frederick W, Magazine notes 

2, 21, 42, 59. 78. 98, 118. 138, 153, 178 

. The printing strike of October 1. 1919 . . 3 

Firkins, Ina Ten Eyck. compiler. Henrik Ibsen, a 

bibliography of criticism and biography. 

(Book notice) 80 

Friedel. J. H. Training for librarianship. (Book 

notice) . . 58 

Gamble. William Burt. The development of 

scenic art and stage machinery; a list of 

references in the New York public library. 

(Book notice) 98 

Gentry, Irene. Bibliography of H. G. Wells' 

"Outline of history" 160. 183 

Gerould. J. T. Sources of English history of the 

17th century. 1603-1689, in the University of 

Minnesota library. (Book notice) ... 80 

Goldsmith. Beatrice. Recent books of the drama: 

A reading list 142 

Graded list of books for children. (Book notice) 139 
Grosvenor library [Buffalo. N. Y.]. Autographed 

books of. (G: Hibbard) 119 

Guide to the use of libraries. (Book notice) 59 

Guthrie. Anna L., compiler. Index to St. Nicholas, 

vols. 1-44. 1873-1918. (Book notice) . . 23 

Hassler. Harriot E., and Scott. Carrie E.. com- 
pilers. Graded list of stories to tell or read 

aloud. (Book notice) 180 

Hazeltine. Alice I., compiler. Plays for children; 

an annotated index. (Book notice) . . . 98 
Hewins, Caroline M. Portrait and biographical 

sketch . 41 

Hibbard. George. Autographed books of the 

Grosvenor library [Buffalo, N. Y.] . 119 

Hicks, Frederick C. Men and books famous in 

the law. (Book notice) 98 

The new world order. (Book notice) . 58 

Hirst, Mary J. Local war records in the Public 

Library of Cincinnati 140 

Horton. Marion. Viewpoints in essays. (Book 

notice) 139 

Howe, Harriet E. The catalog. (Book notice) . 99 
Hunt, Clara W. Memoirs of a London doll. 

(Book notice) 179 

Hutchins. Margaret. Johnson, Alice B., and Wil- 
liams, Margaret S., compilers. Guide to the 

use of libraries. (Book notice) ... 59 

. Second edition. (Book notice) 155 

Hyde. Dorsey W. Workshops for assembling 

business facts. (Book notice) .... 99 
. editor. Special libraries directory. (Book 

notice) 99 

Illinois. University of. Guide to the use of 

libraries. (Book notice) .... 59 





^H on, for college students. (Florence C. Bell) 
^m 64, 86. 101, 124 

^^JaTi3s, Mertice, join/ author. See Bacon, Corinne. 
Jascrow, Morris, Jr. The Book of Job. (Book 

notice) 

. The Eastern question and its solution. 

Book notice) 

. The song of songs. (Book notice) 

Jeffers, LeRoy. The call of the mountains. (Book 

notice) 

Johnsen, Julia E. Independence for the Philip- 
pines, Selected articles on. (Book notice) . 
— , compiler. Selected articles on the employ- 
ment of women. (Book notice) . 
ohnson, Alice B., joint author. See Hutchins, 
Margaret. 
,iser, Beza Boynton. Shakespearean oracles. 

(Book notice) 

[ght, Adelaide C, joint author. See Morley, 

Linda H. 
tch, Ethel M. Rabindranath Tagore — A 

bibliography 

och, T. W. Les livres a la guerre. (Book 

notice) . 
rause, Louise B 

(Book notice) 
ne, William Coolidge. 

sketch 

pp, John A. Our America 
civics. (Book notice) . . . 
Law, Public International, Select list of refer- 
ences on, for college students. (Florence 
C. Bell) .... 64. 86. 101. 124. 

Librarians. New books by. Notices of 

2, 22, 43. 57. 79, 98, 119, 139. 154, 
Library economy, Applied. Reading room for the 
blind, Detroit public library. 

. University of Michigan library extension 

service. (Edith Thomas) .... 

. Autographed books of the Grosvenor library 

[Buffalo, N. Y.]. (G: Hibbard) 
— . Local war records in the Public Library of 
1 Cincinnati. (Mary J. Hirst) 
ibrary press. Principal contents of 

12, 30, 47, 67, 88, 105, 127, 143, 166, 
Library reference lists. Index to, 1919. (Marian 

F. Bonner) 

1920 

1921 

1922 

eke, G. H. When Canada was New France 
notice) 



Index 



Better business 



Page 



162 



43 

22 
119 

154 

119 

23 



179 



80 
58 



libraries. 

119. 179 

Portrait and biographical 



The elements of 



57 

58 



162 

179 

24 

84 

119 



140 

184 

6 

61 

125 

180 

(Book 

22 



;ke, Gladys E. The red cavalier, or The twin 

turrets mystery. (Book notcie) . . 139 

Lagazine notes. (F: W. Faxon) 

2. 21, 42, 59, 78, 98, 118, 138, 153. 178 
[agazines. A record of new titles, changed 

titles, and deaths. (Mary E. Bates) 

14, 32, 49, 69, 90, 106, 130, 146, 169. 187 
[antle. Burns. The best plays of 1919-20. (Book 

notice) 80 

Lattern, Johannes. The employment of the 

plebiscite in the determination of sovereignty. 

(Book notice) ....... 58 

[aynard, Mildred. What shall we read now? 

Fourth edition. (Book notice) . . . 80 
[ichigan, Univeristy of. library extension service. 

(Edith Thomas) ....... 84 

ioore. Annie Carroll. Roads to childhood. 

(Book notice) 99 

[orley. Linda H., and Kight, Adelaide C, com- 
pilers. 2,400 business books. (Book notice) 43 
[osher, Marion Dix. More toasts, jokes, stories, 

and quotations. (Book notice). . 180 

[udge, Isadore G. New guide to reference 

books. (Book notice) 180 

lew York state library school. Class of 1921. 

Brief reading-list on practical bibliography . 61 



Pace 



Oglebay. Kate, compiler. Plays for children, a 

selected list. (Book notice) .... 
Olcott, Frances Jenkins, compiler. Good stories 

for great birthdays. (Book notice) 

. Story- telling ballads. (Book notice) 

4 The wonder garden. (Book notice) 

Organ, Pipe: a bibliography (cont.), (Kenneth C. 

Walker) 24, 43 

Outline of history, by H. G. Wells. Bibliography of. 

(Irene Gentry) 160 

Parrott, Retta. Library windows. (Book notice) 
Pearson, Edmund Lester. Books in black and 

red. (Book notice) 

. Theodore Roosevelt, a brief biography. 

(Book notice) 

Periodicals, See Magazines. 

Phelps, Edith M., compiler. Selected articles on 

the American merchant marine. (Book 

notice) 

Pierce, Anna E., compiler. Catalog of literature 

for advisers of young women and girls. 

(Book notice) 

Pipe organ. The: a bibliography (cont.). (Kenneth 

C. Walker) 24. 43 

Plays for amateurs, a selected list. (Book notice) 99 

Plays, One-act. A bibliography. (Lester Raines) 155 

, for high schools. (Esther L. Bergen, compiUr) 99 

Plummer, Mary W. Training for librarianship. 

Second edition revised by Frank K. Walter. 

(Book notice) 80 

Poets, Contemporary. (Reading list) (cont.) 

(Anne M. Boyd) 10. 28 

Power, Effie L., editor. List of stories and pro- 
grams for story hours. (Book notice) . 80 
Printing strike of October 1, 1919. (F. W. Faxon) 3 
Psychoanalysis. (Jackson E. Towne) . . 121 
Quigley, May G. A list of series and sequels for 

juvenile readers. (Book notice) . 180 

Radio, List of magazines devoted to . . 1 18, 154 



139 

154 

58 

2 



183 
58 

179 

58 



23 



80 



Raines, Lester. One-act plays. A bibliography 

Ranck, Samuel Haverstick. Portrait and bio- 
graphical sketch 

Reely, Mary K., compiler. Disarmament. 
(Book notice) 

Reference shelf. The. (Book notice) . 

Root, Azariah Smith. Portrait and biographical 

sketch 

Berwick, ed. Manual of library 
by James Duflf Brown. (Book 



155 

177 



119 
179 



E., joint author. Set Hassler, 



Sayers. W. C. 
economy, 
notice) . 

Scott, Carrie 
Harriot E. 

Sears, Minnie Earl, editor. List of subject head- 
ings for small libraries. (Book notice) . 

Severance, H. O. Guide to the current periodicals 
and serials of the United States and Canada, 
4th edition. (Book notice) .... 

Shakespeare's comedies. Abbey's illustrations of. 
(Annette P. Ward) 

Shaw, Charles B. A reading list on biographies. 
(Book notice) 

Smith, Charles W., compiler. Pacific northwest 
America. A checklist of books and pamph- 
lets relating to the history of the Pacific 
Northwest. (Book notice) .... 

Smith, Elva S. More mystery tales for boys and 
girls. (Book notice) 

Special libraries association of Boston. Union-list 
of periodicals and annuals taken by eleven 
special libraries in Boston. (Book notice) 

Stearns. Lutie E. Essentials in library adminis- 
tration^ (Book notice) 

Steiner, Bernard Christian. Portrait and bio- 
graphical sketch. 117 

. Life of Roger Brooke Taney. (Book notice) 139 

Stevenson, Burton E. The kingmakers. (Book 

notice). 155 

Tagore, Rabindranath. A bibliography. (Ethel 

M. Kitch) 80 



22 



180 



58 
141 



155 



80 
155 



59 
155 



Index 



Page 

Tappcrt, Katherine. Viewpoints in biography. 

(Book noUce) 99 

Thomas. Eklith. University of Michigan library 

extension service 84 

Towne. Jackson Edmund. Psychoanalysis. . 121 

Tucker, S. Marion, compiler. Plays for amateurs. 

(Book notice) 180 

U. S. Government documents. (Book notice) . 180 

Union-list of periodicals and annuals taken by 

eleven special libraries in Boston. (Book notice) 69 

Walker, Kenneth C. The pipe organ: a bibliog- 
raphy (cont.) 24, 43 

Walter, Frank K., editor. Training for librarian- 
ship, by Mary W. Plummer, second edition. 
(Book notice) 80 

War records. Local, in the Public library of Cin- 
cinnati. (Mary J. Hirst) 140 

Ward, Annette P. Abbey's illustrations of 

Shakespeare's comedies 141 

Wellman, Hiller Crowell. Portrait and biographi- 
cal sketch 153 



Page 

Wells, H. G., Outline of history, Bibliography of. 

(Irene Gentry) 160, 183 

Widdemer, Margaret. The boardwalk. (Book notice 2, 155 

~ 99 

155 

155 

155 

2 

99 



['ve married Marjorie. (Book notice) 

. A minister of grace. (Book notice) 

. A tree with a bird in it. (Book notice) 

. Winona on her own. (Book notice) 

. Winona's way. (Book notice) 

. The year of delight. (Book notice) 

Williams, Margaret S., joint author. See Hutchins 

Margaret. 
Wilson, Martha. School library management, 
second edition. (Book notice) . 

. Third edition. (Book notice) .... 

Wroth, Lawrence C. A history of printing in 
Colonial Maryland, 1686-1776. (Book 

notice) 

Wyer, J. L, Jr. The college and university 

library, second edition. (Book notice) . 
Yust, William F. Library legislation, second edi- 
tion. (Book notice) 



58 
139 



99 
80 
80 



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AZARIAH SMITH ROOT 

(librarian OBERLIN college library, ©BERLIN, OHlo) 



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FRONTISPIECE BULLETIN OF BIBLIOGRAPHY 
JANUARY-APRIL, I920 



Bulletin of Bibliography 



Vol. 11, No, 1, January- April, 1920 



Bulletin of Bibliography 

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The Bulletin of Bibliography was established 
in 1897 as medium for the publication of articles, 
bibliographies, reading lists, and other material helpful 
to libraries. The ** Department of Applied Library 
Economy" and the quarterly '^Dramatic Index" are 
regular features, as is also the records of "Births and 
Deaths*' in the periodical world. A portrait of some 
well-known librarian or bibliographer is given in each 
issue. 

Correspondence concerning the BULLETIN is solicited; 
and lists or articles suitable for publication are desired. 
Address 

The F. W. Faxon Company, 

83 Francis Street, Boston 17. 

EDITORIAL COMMENT 

THE BULLETIN ADVANCES IN PRICE! 

Like almost every other periodical in 
America, and abroad, the Bulletin of 
Bibliography is confronted by the ever 
increasing costs of printing and paper. 
Since the price was fixed at two dollars a 
year the cost of manufacture has more than 
doubled and we are promised another 
advance by our printer before the end of 
1920. Reluctantly we increase the sub- 
scription to $3.00, but all subscriptions for 
1920 paid before February 1 will be allowed 
to stand at the old rate. 

OUR FRONTISPIECE 

Azariah Smith Root holds a notable 
position among the well-known librarians 
belonging to that generation midway 
between the pioneers of 76 and the war- 
made group of 1914 to 1917. He has been 
heard but little through the world of print, 
yet his advice and services have for years 
been in demand wherever library problems 



were to be solved. Efficient, with a wide 
knowledge of books, and many years of 
growth in active library work at the head of 
the library of Oberlin College, he has served 
on committees of the Ainerican Library 
Association and has been a leader in the 
counsels of the Ohio Library Association. 

When, by the passing of Miss Plummer, 
the library school of the New York Public 
Library needed an acting director, he came 
to New York and threw himself into that 
work, having obtained a year's leave of 
absence from Oberlin. 

Mr. Root is, we are proud to say, a 
Massachusetts boy, bom in Middleborough 
in 1862. He was graduated from Oberlin 
College in 1884, and made Master of Arts in 
1887, the year he became college librarian. 
He had been a cataloguer there in 1885-86, 
then studied law in the Harvard law school. 
But the library profession drew him back 
and he has been librarian of his college 
library since 1887, — one of the oldest 
college librarians in point of service in one 
library. 

He has been professor of bibliography at 
Oberlin since 1890, is a member of the 
American Library Institute and Bibliograph- 
ical Society of America, serving as president 
of the latter in 1910. 

We are glad to give our readers such a 
good photograph of Mr. Root as our frontis- 
piece, thus adding another to our portrait 
gallery of notable librarians and bibliog- 
raphers. 

INDEX TO REFERENCE LISTS. HW 

We give in this issue our annual index to 
Library Reference Lists, compiled as always 
by the Providence Public Librar>', in the 
person of Miss Marian F. Bonner. These 
very useful lists have been a feature of the 
Bulletin of Bibliography since 1901. A 
pamphlet covering 1901 to 1906 inclusive 
was issued, and copies may still be had. The 
numbers of this Bulletin containing sub- 
sequent lists are also still available. 



Bulletin of Bibliography 



Vol. 11, No. 1 



CONTEMPORARY POETS 

This useful compilation, of which the 
second installment will be found in this issue, 
has been reprinted as an eight-page pam- 
phlet, and copies may be had, post free, for 
25c 

MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTIONS 

Any library which has not had satisfactory 
results from its subscription agent, or which 
desires expert ''library" service such as 
"evening up" expiration dates, will find the 
Faxon service worthy of trial. All sub- 
scriptions are placed direct with publishers, 
and not relayed through magazine agencies. 
English, French, and Italian periodicals are 
mailed from publisher direct. Allowance 
made for favorable rate of foreign exchange. 

NEW BOOKS BY LIBRARIANS 

WiDDEMER, Margaret The Boardwalk. This is 
a volume of short stories, of similar theme and setting. 
The scene is a resort town of the Atlantic coast, not 
named, but we strongly suspect Asbury Park, since 
two recent library conventions have put it on the map, 
so to speak. There are nine stories in the book, 
dealing with the lives of young people — all-the-year- 
round residents of the resort. 

New York. Harcourt, Brace & Howe. 241 pp. 1920. 
$1.60 net. 

Widdemer, Margaret. Winona's Way. An- 
other book in the Camp Fire series, with further adven- 
tures of the same group of girls, who have now 
turned to community work and made the farmhouse 
a center for the entertainment and uplift of the shop 
and factory girls of the town. Their success and the 
joy they found in the work make this the most 
interesting volume of the series so far. 

Philadelphia. J. B. Lippincott Co. 304 pp. 1919. $1.30 
net. 

Olcott, Frances Jenkins. The Wonder Gar- 
den. Hert are gathered some 150 tales from all coun- 
tries, wonder stories, myths retold, delightful for chil- 
dren from 7 to 12 years of age. Then for the use of 
teachers and librarians an appendix is added arrang- 
ing these nature stories to follow the seasons through 
the school year. A subject index helps to locate 
stories by the name of fruits, flowers, birds, trees, etc. 
There is a reference list also of nature stories in other 
books, suitable to read aloud. 

Boston. Houghton, Mifflin Co. 476 pp. $2.50 net. 

MAGAZINE NOTES 

It's contagious! Both our esteemed contemporaries, 
Library Journal and Public Libraries, have succumbed 
to the prevailing distemper, and admitted advertising 
on text pages. Library Journal has in its new fort- 
nightly format reverted to that old habit of its early 
youth — paging covers and advertising pages as 
part of the text. Even Garden Magazine, which we 
commended as a bright and shining example for all 
good magazines to follow, has after a seven months' 
trial re-admitted text to its advertising pages. 

Ladies' Home Journal for March, 1920, consists 
of 122 pages and there are just 24 pages entirely given 



up to text. We really don't much blame poor Mr. 
Burleson for charging extra postage on advertising. 

Dial. The good old Dial since it left Chicago has 
hardly been itself. One of our librarian friends wrote 
us not long ago, "We subscribed for Dial, Chicago, 
but you sent us a New York affair of the same name, 
which we don't want at all." 

After threatening to become a weekly for over a 
year, the Dial now comes as a full-fledged monthly. 
The only reminder of the days when it was owned 
and edited by the Brownes is its new cover — a 
delicate reminiscent brown, (v. 68, no. 1, Jan. 1920.) 

Literary Digest, November 2, 1918 

Chapter I 

As all observing librarians know Literary Digest 
issued a printed card to every subscriber in No- 
vember, 1918, stating that on account of a printers' 
strike the number for November 2, 1918 was not 
printed. To make sure we ordered copies for a sub- 
scriber and for ourselves. They sent the subscriber a 
copy of November 9 and wrote us that this issue 
contained practically all the matter that would 
have appeared in November 2, including the advertis- 
ing. So our subscriber then had two issues of Novem- 
ber 9, and we to ourselves thought "stupid clerk at 
publishers." 

Then they, in response to our order, wrote us 
January 8, 1919, "There was no issue of the Literary 
Digest published on November 2, 1918, owing to a 
printers' strike, as you will see from reading the 
enclosed post card which we were obliged to address 
to our entire mailing list." That seems rather 
plain and final, and we don't believe anyone would 
call us erratic when we announced in the BULLETIN 
that no November 2 was published and wrote 
some hundred or more librarians who from day to 
day ordered that number of us, that it was never 
issued and advised them to bind without it. 

Chapter II 

The other day a librarian told us she had a copy of 
November 2, 1918. Knowing there wasn't any such 
animal we, to ourselves of course, thought "un- 
observing library assistant." But we were impelled 
to investigate, and we made a hunt, and found 
several copies, and they looked perfectly normal in 
every way. So we wrote the publishers to please 
explain, and here it is: 

"New York, March 8, 1920. 

"Dear Mr. Faxon: We are in receipt of your 
enquiry, and would say in reply that we were able 
to issue a few copies of November 2, 1918, but could 
not undertake to get the paper delivered in time to 
be of very much use to the entire list of our sub- 
scribers. We therefore reserved the few copies we 
were able to print for libraries and subscribers who 
wished to bind their copies, and therefore wanted 
the complete series." 

We thought then, to ourselves. Those two letters 
cannot be reconciled, yet we are not dreaming, we 
have them both before us. Lit. D. should be put away 
for psychopathic observation. 

Chapter III 
We are sorry we misled so many, but can you 
blame us? We now put at the disposal of any library 
which has not yet bound up the Literary Digest for 
1918, what numbers we have accumulated of Novem- 
ber 2, 1918, price 25c. each. 



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THE PRINTING STRIKE OF OCT. 1, 1919 

The effects of a strike in the shops where all periodi- 
cals published in New York City were printed have 
been far reaching, and we are goin^: to list for future 
reference some, at least, of the irregularities and 
omissions caused thereby. 

Although the presses were silent for eight weeks, 
the strike was not sanctioned by the National Unions 
of which the New York locals were members, hence 
many publishers were enabled to employ printers 
in other cities, and to supply subscribers belated 
and somewhat changed issues of the magazines. 
Most of the monthlies were issued for November, 
December, and January, but from five to two weeks 
late. The weeklies, however, were harder hit and 
many were forced to omit issues or to "double-up." 
Some of the technical serials issued a letter-bulletin 

ch week, thus covering the news of greatest import- 
nce to their subscribers — using some form of type- 
written duplication process. The Literary Digest got 
out its regular weekly issues without a break, but the 
text was typewritten and reproduced by photographic 
process — a notable and most unusual achievement 
covering seven weeks' issues. The Scientific A merican 
Iso adopted this plan for six of its issues, and the 
ndependent for three numbers. 

When early in December the strikers went back 
to work, things were so congested by back work 
that some of the monthlies in order to relieve the 
situation were obliged to omit issues, or plan for a 
double issue, — the only possible method of getting 
back to normal. So the effects of the strike are to be 
felt until the spring of 1920 is well along. Some 
subscriptions are extended "automatically," as they 
call it, to offset the omitted issues, and libraries 
which desire to have all expirations come on the same 
date — and its the onlv really easy way to handle 
a subscription list — will have to turn for help to the 
F. W. Faxon Company, as local agents cannot give 
"library service" in cares of irregularity. (Advertise- 
ment.) 

We give below some of the antics which publishers 
were made to perform, and quotations from their 
remarks — the ones that were fit to print. First let 
us state that we award the grand first prize for mixing 
up the subscriber to Good Housekeeping for "combin- 
ing" January and February, 1920, calling the resulting 
single number "vol. 70, no. 2, February," there being 
no January and no vol. 70, no. 1, published. 

Second prize goes to Scientific American Supple- 
ment for "combining" the October 4 and October 11 
issues so that no one without hunting through the 
text of October 11, would realize that there was no 
issue for October 4 

In compiling the following "Trouble List" we 
acknowledge our indebtedness to the New York 
Public Library for opportunity to read all the "letters" 
sent out by stricken publishers, and to Boston Public 
Library for allowing us to examine file records. 

F. W. Faxon. 

"Bubble, Bubble, Toil and Trouble" 

Adventure omits both May 3 and 18, 1920, issues 
in order to catch up on publication date. 

American Architect was able to get out every issue 
due during the strike period, but they were very late. 
December 31 was not available until early in February. 

American City. October delayed. November was 
printed out of town. No issues of either edition 
missed. January, 1920, of the City edition was 
received by subscribers about January 27. On 



February 6 the January Town and County edition 
came. 

American Economist "failed of publication October 
3, 10, 17, 24, 31, November 7, 14, 21, 1919." 

American Grocer published only two numbers in 
November and two in December, making v. 102 
complete in 21 numbers. 

American Lawn Tennis. October 15th issue mailed 
December 8th, but no issues skipped. 

American Machinist issued a typewritten 2-page 
news-letter October 9, 16, 23, but later caught up on 
issues by publishing November 13 to 27, and Novem- 
ber 27 to December 4, as two numbers. 

Architecture and Building. October and November, 
1919, omitted, but December was "more than a 
double number" to compensate, so no subscription 
extention was made. 

Asia. October was printed out of New York, but 
all issues were published though somewhat late. 

Bon Ton, Le. No January, 1920, was published. 

Bookman issued November-December as a double 
number. 

Bradstreet's Journal for the first time in forty years 
had to break the continuity of the weekly issues and 
omitted October 4, 11, 18, 25, November 1, 8, 15, 22, 
1919. 

Chemical and Metallurgical Engineering became a 
weekly October 1, but issues were late in appearing. 
Meantime an emergency bulletin was issued October 
8 and October 22. 

Christian Advocate, "for the first time in its existence 
of nearly 100 years, finds itself without pressmen." 
October 16, 23, 30 were omitted. 

Christian Herald. "The strike conditions after 
making several of our issues late, have prevented the 
printing of a full edition of September 27 and October 
4, or any of our October 11. It is necessary to omit 
October 11. This will be made up to you later." 

Churchman "has been compelled temporarily to 
suspend publication. Out of 152 periodicals published 
in New York City, 120 are supporting the position of 
the employing printers in suspending issue until 
strike is settled." October 4, 11, 18, November 1, 8, 
were omitted. 

Club Worker omitted December, numbering ir- 
regular, October, 1919, being v. 19, no. 2; November, 
V. 19 no. 9; January, 1920, v. 20, no. 1; February, 
V. 19 no. 5. 

Coal Age. Six letters were sent subscribers 
during the weeks of strike, and later all issues were 
published, though some were late. November 13-20, 
November 27-December 4, December 11-18, were 
doubled up. 

Colliers* Weekly omitted October 11, 18, 25, Novem- 
ber 1, and December 27. 

Commercial and Financial Chronicle. No issues 
were omitted, but those of the strike period, except 
that for September 27, were mailed from two to four 
days late. September 27 was issued November 28. 

Contracting omitted October and November. 

Cosmopolitan. February, 1920, was omitted. 

Current Opinion. November, 1919, was omitted. 

Dial. The issues of October 4 and following were 
delayed by the strike, and no December issues were 
put out. Dial became a monthly, January, 1920. 

Dun's Review. "The strike has interfered with 
our publication and we have been unable to get out 
any issues since September 27 until October 4, and 
nothing after that until November 29. Issues between 
those dates have been abandoned." (Sounds like 
our New England train service in February, 1920. F.) 



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Economic World omitted October 4 to December 17 
inclusive. 

Electric Railway Journal published and mailed 
weekly letters October 4, 11, 18, 25, and later made up 
all issues, combining November 15 and 22, and 
November 29 -December 6 -December 13 in two 
numbers. 

Electrical World. Sent out weekly letters in 
October, and on November 1, but later issued all 
numbers, combining the last week in October and 
first and second weeks in November as v. 74, no. 17. 
No. 18 covered the second and third weeks in Novem- 
and no. 19 was for last week in November and first 
week in December. 

Engineering and Mining Journal issued a Bulletin 
for each week of October, and November 1, 8, 15, and 
later issued all numbers. No. 19 was for second and 
third week in November. No. 20 covered last two 
weeks in November, others were single. 

Engineering News- Record issued Bulletins October 
16, 23, 30, November 6, but had to "suspend publica- 
tion from the beginning of October until the middle 
of November, when we resumed our work in Novem- 
ber we began publishing issues which were missed 
because of the strike. October 2 was marked Novem- 
ber 11"; and other issues followed from week to 
week. October 3(>-November 6 was combined in one 
number as were November 13-20, November 27- 
December 4, and December 11-18. "By combining 
these issues we could publish our regular schedule 
in January, 1920." 

Field and Fancy omitted issues from October 1 to 
November 1, and November 15 and 22. 

Forum issued vol. 62, nos. 4-5 (October-November, 
1919), as a double number. 

Fur Trade Review was unable to publish an October 
number. 

Geographical Review. October-November, 1919, 
was a double number, issued in February, 1920. 

Good Housekeeping. "January and February will 
be combined and sent out as the February issue." 
It was so done, but it is a single issue called "vol. 
70, no. 2, February, 1920," and there is no vol. 70, no. 1. 
So don't hunt for it. 

Graphite combined November and December issues 
as nos. 11-12. 

Harper's Bazar for November, 1919, was omitted, 
so December became no. 11, and no number 12 was 
published. 

Hearst's Magazine. February and March, 1920, 
were "combined" and issued as March (v. 37, no. 
2). There was no separate February, March looks 
just like a single number. 

Home Sector was forced to omit its weekly issues 
of October 18 to December 6 (eight weeks in all), 
but numbering was consecutive. It ceased publica- 
tion with the issue of April 17, 1920 (vol. 2, no. 16). 

Independent. No copies for October 11, 18, 25, 
November 22, December 6, 1919, were published. 
November 22 was combined with November 29, 
December 6 was combined in December 13. Sub- 
scriptions were extended one month. November 1, 
8, 15 issues were published by typewriting the text 
and photographing the pages. 

International Studio. "January-February, 1920, 
will be a double number to help in relieving the print- 
ing congestion due to the strike." It was not pub- 
lished until the middle of March. 

Iron Age. "Issues from October 9 to November 20 
inclusive were not printed, but Emergency Market 
Bulletins were mailed each week to our subscribers. 



These Bulletins should be bound to take the place of 
the issues we did not publish." 

Jewelers' Circular. Vol. 51 skipped after the first 
issue of October to the middle of November, but 
numbering was consecutive, the volume being com- 
plete in twenty numbers. 

Judge. January 17 and 24, 1920, came out as one 
issue, and also January 31 and February 7. During 
the strike no issues were missed. Judge being printed 
in Chicago. "Subscribers are asked to refrain from 
sending unnecessary complaints." 

Leslies' Weekly. ' 'Issues of December 13-20-27 were 
combined into one number, also the issues of January 
3 and 10, January 17 and 24, and March 27 and April 
3. Subscriptions automatically extended." 

"All our copies of November 29, 1919, were minus 
pages 815-818 — reason being printers' strike." 

Liberator published no November, 1919, issue. 

Library Journal. The October, 1919, number was 
partly printed and copies mailed to the distant 
zones. The remainder of the subscribers got October 
in late November. No issues were omitted. 

Life. No issue of December 11 was published. 
The strike delayed all the October issues after that of 
the second. October 9 was not issued until after 
October 16 had been mailed. Charles Dana Gibson 
purchased Life in March, 1920, for, it is said, $900,- 
000, thus becoming proprietor of the magazine which 
made him famous. 

Literary Digest for October 18, 25, November 1, 8, 
15, 22, 29 came in the unique form of typewritten 
text photographed and plated. No typesetters were 
needed therefore. 

McCall's Magazine issued no January number for 
1920. 

McClure's doubled up March-April, 1920. 

Maccabaean Magazine. On October 8th this 
notice was sent subscribers, "Should the strike 
continue until the latter part of this month, the next 
issue will be a combined enlarged October-November, 
1919, number. 

Masonic Standard omitted October and November 
issues (nine weeks). 

Nation. October 11 and following numbers 
though delayed were finally issued. "This is the first 
time since 1865 that Nation has failed to appear on 
time." 

New Republic resumed regular publication with 
November 12 issue, having missed October 16, 22,29, 
November 5. 

Optical Journal and Review of Optometry. ' 'October 
1st the printing plants of New York City stopped work, 
causing the suspension of 250 periodicals. We were 
forced to suspend beginning with our issue of October 
2." Omitted all November. 

Our Hope, on October 28, sent out to its subscribers 
a card, "For over two weeks the printers of New 
York City are on a strike. A's we write (October 15) 
the situation is unchanged. Our Hope for November 
cannot be published. It is one of 156 other periodicals 
which share the same fate. December will be a 

double number All this has been a great 

trouble to us and we need your prayers and help in 
this matter." 

Outlook "is compelled temporarily to suspend 
publication." October 5, 15, 22, November 5, 19, 
1919, were omitted, but the sequence of numbering 
vol. 123 was kept unbroken, there being five less 
numbers in the complete volume than usual. 

Paper Mill and Wood Pulp News. "For the first 
time in forty-one years we have been compelled to 



Jan.-April, 1920 



Magazine Notes 



suspend." October 4, 11, 18, 25, November 2 were 
not issued. 

Paper Trade Journal omitted the first week in 
October, vol. 69, no. 14, giving no indication any- 
where that an issue had been skipped. 

Popular Science Monthly skipped November, 1919. 
December and January were issued from Chicago 
and as the press available there was an 11-inch one, 
and the magazine plate, 12 inches, the number of the 
page usually appearing at the bottom of each page 
was cut off. So December and January are unique 
in that they are unpaged magazines. 

Power issued Bulletins October 14, 21, 28, Novem- 
ber 4, but later got out all its unissued issues; but 
October 14 was called November 22, the date of its 
issue; and October 21 appeared December 1st. 
October 28-November 4, November 11-18, November 
25-December 2-9, December 16-23-30 were the 
combined issues published in the catching up process, 
thus there were only 21 numbers in vol. 50. 

Public was killed by the strike, having omitted 
issues of October 4, 11, 18, 25, November 8, and died 
with the issue of December 6; subscriptions were 
taken over by the New Republic. 

Publishers Weekly issued September 27, 1919, as 
usual, and October 4 was under way when the strike 
started. Publication was suspended until October 
25 (v. 96, no. 14), which was printed at Nyack, N. Y. 
The edition was short so the number was photo- 
graphed and the rest sent out a week later. During 
the time of suspension, two mimeograph Bulletins 
were sent out, and a pamphlet "Selling Talks" cover- 
ing the advertisements. The weekly record of new 
books was cumulated and given in November 1st 
issue, from Nyack, two weeks late. November 15 
and 22 were also about a fortnight late. "Bookshelf 
for Boys and Girls" was issued as a Supplement 
to Library Journal [and to Publishers Weekly] and 
should be bound in place of the three issues of 
, Publishers' Weekly skipped. It was printed in 
\ Pittsfield, Mass. Novernber 29 was the Christmas 
Bookshelf issue and printed in Albany and mailed 
November 29." 

Railway Age was delayed in issue after September 
26, 1919, the subsequent weekly issues all coming 
out, but between the issues of September 26 and 
October 3 (which was printed November 19th) 
there were issued four emergency Bulletins of four 
pages each (October 6, 13, 20, Nov. 6), the first two 
unpaged, the others paged into vol. 64 as pp. 667- 
674, and 8 pages (659-666) were left out to accom- 

I^Httodate the two unpaged Bulletins preceding and 
^Hake the sequence of pagination complete. 
^"^ Scientific American in its issue of October 25, 1919, 
said: "This week's issue comes to the public in a 
condition resembling that of the gentleman who 
finds his clothes mysteriously missing after taking a 
dip in the river, and who is forced to pursue his 
homeward way clad in a barrel." The issues of 
October 25, November 1, 8, 15, 22, and 29 were type- 

I^Mfritten and the pages photographed and plated. 
^V Scientific American Supplement omitted October 4, 
'i^a)mbined October 18 in the number for October 25, 
I and merged November 1 in November 8, thus 
I practically omitting three issues, October 4, 18, 
November 1. All later issues were published a month 
late, December 27 coming on January 23, 1920, and 
December 27 was the final issue. The Scientific 
American Monthly was born January, 1920, (vol. 1, 
no. 1). 



SUk. "Well we're being initiated. Anyway that's 
the way it feels. Fact is we've been reading and 
writing so much about other people's strike troubles 
that we got sort of feeling that we were somehow 
inoculated against the darn bug. Then blooie! the 
pressmen in New York walked out on October 1st. 
And so here we are, or rather aint. At any rate we 
belong now to the honorable order of strike-stricken." 
From circular dated October 17 which also carried a 
typewritten list of classified advertisements. All 
issues were finally published. 

Stratford Journal, Boston. "October-December will 
be a composite number ready soon. Delay and 
doubling up caused by trouble in the printing trade." 
Letter from Publisher, Jan. 29, 1920. 

Struggling Russia struggled as follows: October 4 
was delayed, then numbers 30-32, 33-36, 38-40, 
42-43 were combined to catch up. 

Suffragist, Washington, D. C, got out no issue 
after September 29, 1919, until February, 1920, when 
it became a monthly. 

Survey was forced to omit October 11, 18, November 
1, and December 6, 1919, but the issues of October 
4, 25, November 8, 15, 22, 29, December 13 bear con- 
secutive numbers 1 to 7 of vol. 43. No extension of 
subscription allowed unless especially requested, as 
Survey claims to give service, not a stated 52 issues a 
year. 

Textile World Journal was obliged to suspend, and 
issued Bulletins October 11, 18, 25, November 1 and 
8, and then later having moved its force to Boston, 
transporting by motor truck over-land plates and 
paper, issued from here the numbers for October 4 
(published November 8); October 11-18, double 
number (issued November 15) ; October 25 (published 
November 22). Then from New York were sent 
out double numbers November 1-8 on November 29 ; 
November 15-22 on December 6; November 29- 
December 6 on December 13; December 13-20 on 
December 20, this bringing the issues up to date again. 
All these issues were plainly marked on the back with 
the real dates and the issue date as well. "Awarded 
First Prize for the best and clearest notice of ir- 
regularity." F. W. F. 

Touchstone did not issue any November, 1919, 
number. 

Vogu^. "40,000 copies of Vogue now in press cannot 
be completed and mailed. So soon as the strike ceases 
we will resume publishing. In the meantime if you 
do not get your October 15th copy on time, or if you 
do not get it at all, or if you fail to get succeeding 
numbers, please do not write us about it. Thousands 
of our subscribers will write us anyhow and we'll 
have to answer them all, explaining that we can't 
supply magazines we haven't got. If you are a 
friend of ours don't add to our troubles. Please help 
us out, we're going to need it." Publishers' card 
dated October 7, 1919. 

(Note: We understand that finally all issues were 
mailed, tho' we refrained from writing the publisher. 
F. W. F.) 

Wohelo. No October or November issues published . 
Vol. 7, no. 3, was September; vol. 7, no. 4, was 
December, 1919. 

Woman Citizen. No issues between October 4 
and November 15; no issue November 22 or Novem- 
ber 29. 

World Outlook. All issues were published, though 
October came out December 15, November on 
January 30, December on February 11, and January, 

1920, on January 30. 



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(Note: This story of World Outlook will applv 
also to almost any monthly published in New York 
City. We have not listed them, as this record is for 
future generations of bindery department assistants, 
and they wont care a hoot whether Century for 
November came out early in December, or late in 
October.) 

Yachting. November, December, 1919, were not 
received by at least one subscriber, but we can't get 
any reply from them regarding the apparent omission. 



P. S. Yachting sent a printed card out November 
6: "Impossible to produce November, 1919, issue. 
Subscriptions will be extended one month or for the 
number of issues missed." 

Further irregularities will be gratefully received 
and published in our next issue. 

"Strike, Strike, Strike on thy cold grey stones, 
O Sea." 



INDEX TO LIBRARY REFERENCE LISTS, 1919^ 



Arbitration, Industrial. See Industrial Courts. 
Architecture, Domestic. St. Paul [Minn.] Public 

Library. 
Armenia and the Armenians. New York Public Library 

Bulletin, Parts 1-3, March-May, 1919. [Reprinted 

with additions in separate form, Oct. 1919.] 
Ballads. Early English and Scottish Ballads. Carnegie 

Library [Pittsburgh, Pa.] Monthly Bulletin, Nov. 1918. 
Bible Stories for Children, Selected List. Wisconsin 

Library Commission [Madison, Wis.] Wisconsin 

Library Bulletin, April, 1919. 
Biography. Self -revelation. Twenty Autobiographies 

Published 1915-18. Springfield [Mass.] City Library, 

1919. 
Bird Houses. [Supplementing List of April, 1917.] 

Public Library Commission of Indiana [Indianapolis, 

Ind.] Library Occurrent, April, 1919. 
Birmingham. Catalogue of the Birmingham Collection. 

Public Libraries Reference Department of the City of 

Birmingham [Eng.], 1918. 
Blind. Books for the Blind. List of Books in the [New 

York State] Library. University of the State of New 

York [Albany, N. Y.] Bibliography Bulletin Q3, Jan. 1, 

1919. 
. New Books for the Blind. [Supplementing cata- 
logue issued May, 1916.] Chicago [111.] Public Library 

Book Bulletin, Oct. 1919. 
Books. Best Books of 1918. University of the State of 

New York [Albany, N. Y.] Bibliography Bulletin 66, 

March 15, 1919. 
. Books for Various Tastes. New Hampshire 

Public Library Commission [Concord, N. H.] Bulletin 

of the New Hampshire Public Libraries, Dec. 1919. 
. Special Literature Number. Cleveland [O.] 

Public Library O^ew 5/je//, July- Aug. 1919., 
. Books Illustrated in Color. By Well-known 

Artists. Omaha [Neb.] Public Library, 1919. 
Budgets. Family Budgets. A selected bibliography. 

Russell Sage Foundation Library [New York City] 

Bulletin, Oct. 1919. 
Business. Business Before Pleasure. [A List of Books 

for Business Men.] Evanston [111.] Public Library. 
. Business Finance. Selected Lists of Books. St. 

Paul [Minn.] Public Library. 
. Five Short Lists for Business Men. Los Angeles 

[Gal.] Public Library Monthly Bulletin, Nov. 1919. 
. Selected List of Business Books for the Small 

Library. Wisconsin Library Commission [Madison, 

Wis.] Wisconsin Library Bulletin, April, 1919. 
. The Day's Work: What to do and how to do it. 

Annotated list of 384 books and magazines in the 

Somerville [Mass.] Public Library dealing with over 

sixty trades and professions for men, 1919. 
Chemistry. Better Books on Chemistry. Special 

Libraries Association [New York City] Special Libraries, 

Dec. 1918. 
. Chemistry in the War. Short list of references 

suggested in connection with the lectures before the 

Lowell Institute. Boston [Mass.] Public Library 

Bulletin, Dec. 1918. 
Child Welfare. California State Library [Sacramento, 

Cal.] News Notes of California Libraries, Jan. 1919. 

♦ Index to Library Reference Lists. Oct. IWl-Dec. 1906, in one alphabet. 32 p., 25c. Index to 1907-08 in Bulletin of Bibliog- 
raphy, Oct. 1908 and Jan. 1909. Index to 1909 in Bulletin for April, 1910; annual* indexes, 1910-18, in Bulletin for January of each year. 



Agriculture. Classifications of the Literature of Agri- 
culture and Forestry. Special Libraries Association 
[Boston, Mass.] Special Libraries, March, 1919. 

. List of References on Agricultural Libraries in the 

United States. Special Libraries Association [Boston, 
Mass.] Special Libraries, March, 1919. 

. Select List of Books on Agriculture. Special 

Libraries Association [Boston, Mass.] Special Libra- 
ries, April, 1919. 

. Useful Lists for Checking Current Agricultural 

Literature. Special Libraries Association [Boston, 
Mass.] Special Libraries, April, 1919. 

Agriculture in Virginia. See Virginia. 

Alsace-Lorraine. Magazine Articles on Alsace-Lorraine, 
1917-19. Michigan State Board of Library Com- 
missioners and Michigan State Library [Lansing, 
Mich.] Michigan Library Bulletin, March-April, 1919. 

Americanization. Brooklyn [N. Y.] Public Library Bul- 
letin, Feb. 1919. 

. Los Angeles [Cal.] Library School, 1919. 

. Lynn [Mass.] PubUc 'Lihroxy Bulletin, Dec. 1918. 

. New Bedford [Mass.] Free Public Library 

Monthly Bulletin, Dec. 1918. 

. South Dakota Free Library Commission [Pierre, 

S. D.] South Dakota Library Bulletin, June, 1919. 

. Providence [R. I.] Public Library, March, 1919. 

. Americanization. A List for Teachers. Los 

Angeles [Cal.] Public Library Monthly Bulletin, Oct. 
1919. 

. Americanization. Selected List. Berkshire 

Athenaeum and Museum [Pittsfield, Mass.], Jan. 1920. 

. Americanization. A selected list of books. 

Boston [Mass.] Public Library Brief Reading Lists, 
No. 12. 

. Americanization. Books for New Americans. 

Omaha [Neb.] Public Library, 1919. 

. Americanization. List selected by Prof. Don D. 

Leschoier, University of Wisconsin, and distributed 
at meeting of Wisconsin Library Association. Wiscon- 
sin Free Library Commission [Madison, Wis.] Wis- 
consin Library Bulletin, Nov. 1919. 

. Americanization. Reading List. Salem [Mass.] 

Public Library Bulletin, Dec. 1918. 

. Americanization Work, or a League of Nations at 

Home. St. Louis [Mo.] Public Library Monthly Bul- 
letin, March, 1919. 

. Books For and Concerning Foreign-born People. 

Maine Library Commission [Augusta, Me.] Maine 
Library Bulletin, Jan. 1919. 

. Books for New Americans. Minneapolis [Minn.] 

Public Library, Feb. 1919. 

. Books for the New Americans. Grand Rapids 

[Mich.] Public Library Bulletin, Feb. 1919. 

. Text Books in English for Foreigners. Los 

Angeles [Cal.] Public Library Monthly Bulletin, Oct. 
1919. 

. Useful Books for New Americans. Brockton 

[Mass.] Public Library Quarterly Bulletin, Jan.-March, 
1919. 

Animals of Our Zoo. Selected List of Books about Wild 
Animals for Teachers and Pupils. St. Louis [Mo.] 
Public Library Monthly Bulletin, Oct. 1919. 



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Hbhild Weflare. Child Welfare. PubUc Library of the 
^■^ District of Columbia [Washington, D. C] Monthly 
Bulletin. April, 1919. 

. For Mothers and Children. New Jersey Public 

Library Commission [Trenton, N. J.] New Jersey 
Library Bulletin. Aug. 1919. 

. Shorter Lists on Child Welfare. Public Library 

Commission of Indiana [Indianapolis, Ind.] Library 
Occurrent, Oct. 1919. 
Children. Bible Stories for Children. Selected List. 
Wisconsin Library Commission [Madison, Wis.) 
Wisconsin Library Bulletin, April, 1919. 

Children of Other Lands. Salem [Mass.] Public 
Library Bulletin. Jan. 1919. 

Children's Books for Christmas Gifts. [Arranged 
in groups according to price.] Grand Rapids [Mich.] 
FublicUhrary Bulletin, Oct. 1919. 

Children's Stories of American Home Life. St. 
Louis [Mo.] Public Library Monthly Bulletin, Nov. 
1919. 

Christmas Suggestions for the Younger Children. 
Public Library Commission of Indiana [Indianapolis, 
Ind.] Library Occurrent, Oct. 1919. 

Good Books to Read, Good Games to Play. For 
Grammar School Grades. Series No. 1. Newark 
[N. J.] Free Public Library Dec. 1918. 
— . Little Lists for Children's Reading. Chicago 
[111.] Public Library Book Bulletin, Nov. 1919. 

List |of Books for a Children's Library. Wilming- 
ton Institute Free Library [Wilmington, Del.] New 
Books, Nov. 1919. 

List of Books for Boys and Girls. Haverhill 
[Mass.] Public hihraxy Bulletin, Jan. 1919. 

List of Books on Patriotism and Citizenship. 
Illinois Library Extension Commission [Springfield, 
111.] Illinois Libraries, Jan. 1919. 

List of Large Print Books for Children. Grades 
1-5. Grand Rapids [Mich.] Public Library Bulletin, 
Aug. 1919. 

More "Children's Year" Books. The Child's 
Morals; The Home Kindergarten; Story-Telling. 
Brooklyn [N. Y.] Public Library Bullletin, Jan. 1919. 

More "Children's Year" Books; The School in 
the Home; School and College. Brooklyn [N. Y.J 
Public Library Bulletin, Feb. 1919. 
Ihristmas. Books Suitable for Christmas Gifts. Los 
Angeles [Cal.] Public Library Monthly Bulletin, 
Dec. 1919. 
Cooperative Movement in America. New York Public 
Library Municipal Reference Library. Municipal 
Reference Library Notes, Jan. 1, 1919. 
)st of Living in the United States. [Concluded from 
Nov. issue.] Special Libraries Association [Boston, 
Mass.] Special Libraries, Dec. 1918. 

lit. Selected List of Books on Credit. Detroit 
[Mich.] Public Library, June. 1919. 
turfew. Texts of Curfew Ordinances. St. Louis [Mo.] 
Public Library Monthly Bulletin, Aug. 1919. 
>ebate. "Resolved That the Government of the 
United States should permanently retain the control 
and operation of the railroads. Constitutionality 
waived." State College of Washington [Pullman, 
Wash.] Library Bulletin. Dec. 1918. 
Declamation Contests, New Selections for. Wisconsin 
Library Commission [Madison, Wis.] Wisconsin 
Library Bulletin. 
Dehydrated Foods. Selective Bibliography on De- 
hydrated Foods. Special Libraries Association 
[Boston, Mass.] Special Libraries, May, 1919. 
Democracy. World Revolution and Democracy. Detroit 
[Mich.] Public Library Library Service, April 1, 1919. 
Drama. Patriotic Drama. New Jersey Public Library 
Commission [Trenton, N. J.] New Jersey Library 
BuUetin, Dec. 1918. 
Easter. Riverside [Cal.] Public Library Bulletin 166, 

April. 1919. 
Education. Education as Affected by the War. Carnegie 
Library [Pittsburgh, Pa.] Monthly Bulletin, Jan. 1919. 
— — . Special List on Educational Subjects. Millicent 
Library [Fairhaven, Mass.] Bulletin, 1919. 



Index to Library Reference Lists 



Eliot, George. Reading List. Croydon [Eng.J Public 

Libraries Reader's Index, Nov.-Dec. 1919. 
Employment. St. Paul [Minn.] Public Library. 
English. Thomas Dunn. Brooklyn [N. Y.] Public 

Lihrdiry Bulletin. Nov.-Dec. 1919. 
Epitaphs and Sepulchral Monuments. Boston [Mass.] 

Public Library Bulletin, Jan.-March, 1919. 
European War. Echoes of the War. Los Angeles [Cal.] 

Public Library Monthly Bulletin. April, 1919. 
. Great War, Special Reading List. Salem [Mass.] 

Public Library Bulletin. March, 1919. 
. Twenty of the Best War Books. Cleveland [O.J 

Public Library Open Shelf. Nov. 1918. 
. War. The. and After. Selected List of Books on 

the War and on After War Problems. Cleveland [O.] 

Public Library Open Shelf, Nov. 1918: 
. War Books of Literary Merit. Cleveland [O.] 

Public Library Open Shelf, Nov. 1918. 
Factory Facts and Phases. St. Louis [Mo.] Public 

Library Monthly Bulletin, April, 1919. 
"Farmers' Register." An Analysis of Ruffin's Farmers' 

Register with a Bibliography of Edmund Rufl&n. 

Virginia State Library [Richmond, Va.] Bulletin, July, 

Oct. 1918. 
Fiction. Some Good Novels for Gifts. Cleveland [C] 

Public Library Open Shelf, Nov. 1919. 
. A Thousand of the Best Novels. [4th revision.] 

Newark [N. J.], 1919. 
Fiction. Cheerful Stories. Public Library Commission 

of Indiana [Indianapolis, Ind.] Library Occurrent, Oct. 

1919. 
. Fiction List for 1918. Holyoke [Mass.] Public 

Library, 1919. 
. Fiction of the War. Salem [Mass.] Public 

Library Bulletin, April, 1919. 
. Gold Star List. Some Good Books of Fiction by 

American Authors. Syracuse [N. Y,] Public Library, 

Jan. 1919. 
. Great Lakes Region and Middle West in Fiction 

and Personal Narrative. Detroit [Mich.] Public 

'Library Library Service, Oct. 15. 1919. 
. Short Stories. Special Reading List. Short 

stories added since 1901. Parts 1-2. Salem [Mass.] 

Public hihraLry Bulletin, June. Nov. 1919. 
Finance. Business Finance. Selected List of Books. 

St. Paul [Minn.] PubUc Library. 
Flowers. Wild Flowers. [12 titles.] St. Louis [Mo.] 

Public Library Monthly Bulletin, April. 1919. 
Food. List of References on Food in Relation to Health, 

Food Rationing, Dietetics, etc. Library of Congress, 

Aug. 30, 1918. 
. Food Conservation: A Selected Bibliography. 

Russell Sage Foundation Library [New York City]. 

See also Dehydrated Foods. BuUetin, Dec 1918. 
Foreign People in the United States. Springfield [Mass.] 

City Library. 
Foreigners. Books for. See Americanization. 
Freedom of the Seas. Boston [Mass.] Public Library 

Brief Reading Lists, No. 6. Jan. 1919. 
French Books, New. Chicago [111.] Public Library Book 

Bulletin, April. 1919. 
Genealogy. References to All Books in the Collection of 

the Grosvenor Library and of the Buffalo Genealogical 

Society (deposited at the Grosvemor Library); and 

to Articles in Periodicals Not Indexed in the Usual 

Guides. Grosvenor Library [Buffalo. N. Y.] Grosvenor 

Library Bulletin, March, 1919. 
Goverment Ownership. Special Reading List. Salem 

[Mass.] Public Library Bulletin, Dec. 1918. 
Great Lakes Region and Middle West in Fiction and 

Personal Narrative. Detroit [Mich.] Public Library 

Library Service, Oct. 15. 1919. 
Hawaiian Islands. Books on. Mechanics'-Mercentile 

Library [San Francisco, Cal.] Publication No. 10, 

May, 1919. 
Health. Guide Posts on the Road to Health. Municipal 

Reference Library [New York] Municipal Reference 

Library Notes. Supplement, April 30. 1919. Special 

Report No. 3. 
Heating. Special Reading List. Salem [Mass.] Public 

Ubrary Bulletin, Dec. 1918. 



Bulletin of Bibliography 



Vol. 11, No. 1 



High School Library. Beautiful Books. Chicago [111.] 

Book BulUtin, Feb. 1919. 
History. Reading Course on American History. [Am- 
erican history course published by U. S. Bureau of 

Education.] Jersey City [N. J.] Free Public Library 

Library Record, Aug. 1919. 

. See also Pilgrim Fathers. 

Hospital Patients. Five Hundred Books for Hospital 

Patients. St. Louis [Mo.] Public Library Monthly 

BulUtin, July. 1919. 
House Organs in the Applied Science Department, St. 

Louis Public Library. Part 1-4. Bulletin of Bibliography, 

Jan.-Sept. 1919. 
Humor. More Nonsense and Humor. Springfield [Mass.] 

City Library, 1919. 
Hygiene, Industrial. A selected bibliography. Russell 

Sage Foundation Library [New York City] Bulletin, 

Aug. 1919. 
Illustrated Books. Books Illustrated in Color. By Well- 
known Artists. Omaha [Neb.] Public Library, 1919. 
. Illustrated Books of the Past Four Centuries. 

Parts 1-2 [concluded]. New York Public Library 

BulUtin, Oct.-Nov. 1919. 
Incunabula. Census of Fifteenth Century Books Owned 

in America. Part 9. [Concltision.\ New York Public 

Library Bulletin, Dec. 1918. [Reprinted in separate 

form.] 
. Census of Fifteenth Century Books Owned in 

America. [Additions and Corrections.] New York 

Public Library BulUtin, Aug. 1919. 
Industrial Courts. Special Libraries Association [Boston, 

Mass.] Special Libraries, Jan.-Feb. 1919. 
Industrial Relations. Selected Bibliography. Russell 

Sage Foundation Library [New York City] Bulletin, 

June, 1919. 
Investments. See Finance. 
Italian Books. Special Reading List. Salem [Mass.] 

Public Library Sw/^e^m, Sept.-Oct. 1919. 
Jesus Christ. The Second Coming of Christ. General 

Theological Library [Boston, Mq.sb. \BulUtin, Jan. 1920. 
Junior Red Cross. List of Suggested Reading for the Use 

of the Junior Membership of the American Red 

Cross. Boston [Mass.] Public Library, 1919. 
Labor and Industry: List of Periodicals and Newspapers. 

U. S. Department of Labor Library. [Washington, D.C.] 
Laboratories. Reference List of Articles Published in 

Current Engineering and Other Professional Periodicals. 

Engineer School Library [Washington, D. C] Library 

News, April 15. 1919. 
Lampblack. Carnegie Library [Pittsburgh. Pa.] Monthly 

BulUtin, April, 1919. 
League of Nations. Boston [Mass.] Public Library 

Brief Reading Lists, No. 7. Feb. 1919. 

. Cambridge [Mass.] Public Library, 1919. 

. Cleveland [O.] Public Library Open Shelf, Sept.- 
Oct. 1919. 
. Croydon [Eng.] Public Libraries Reader's Index, 

March-April, 1919. 

. Salem [Mass.] Public library Bw/fe/m, Feb. 1919. 

. Springfield [Mass.] City Library, 1919. 

. League of Nation's Idea; A Chronological 

Descriptive List of Books on the Subject. Brooklyn 

[N. Y.] Public Library BulUtin, May, 1919. 
. Reading List. Los Angeles [Cal.] Public Library 

Monthly Bulletin, Jan. 1919. 
. Reading List. Minneapolis [Minn.] Public 

Library. List of Additions, 1918. 
, Selected Bibliography. Wisconsin Free Library. 

Commission. Madison [Wis.] Wisconsin Library 

BulUtin, Jan. 1919. 
. Some Books Concerning a League of Nations. 

Chicago [111.] Public Library Book BulUtin, March, 1919. 

See also Peace. 

Libraries. List of References on Agricultural Libraries 
in the United States. Special Libraries Association 
[Boston, Mass.] Special Libraries, March, 1919. 
Literary Geography, Bibliography of. Parts 4-5. Bul- 
Utin of Bibliography, Jan.-March, Ap.-June, 1919. 
Lowell, James Russell. [10 titles.] Salem [Mass.] Public 

Library Bulletin, April, 1919. 



Book 

New 
[Re- 



Brief 



Magazines for Men. Public Library Commission of 
Indiana [Indianapolis, Ind.] Library Occurrent, Oct. 

1919. 
Medical Serials, List of, in the Libraries of Connecticut. 

Yale University Library. May, 1919. 
Melville, Herman. Brooklyn [N. Y.] Public Library 

BulUtin, Nov.-Dec. 1919. 
Monroe Doctrine. Library of Congress, 1919. 
Monuments. Epitaphs and Sepulchral Monuments. 

Boston [M ass.] Public Library -BuWc^m. Jan.-March, 1919 
Music. Little List of Books on Music and Musicians. 

[For children.] Public Library of the District of 

Columbia [Washington, D. C] Monthly Bulletin, June, 

1919. 

. Music Number. Somerville [Mass.] 

Bulletin, April 1, 1919. 
Naval Architecture and Shipbuilding. Parts 1-2. 

York Public Library Bulletin, Jan.-Feb. 1919. 

printed in separate form.] 
North America. See Travel. 
Occupations. Boston [Mass.] Public Library. 

Reading Lists, No. 9. March, 1919. 
. Suggestive Helps in Choosing an Occupation. 

Maiden [Mass.] Public Library BulUtin, Oct., 1919. 
Occupations for Invalids. St. Louis [Mo.] Public Library 

Monthly Bulletin, Nov. 1919. 
Old Testament Prophets. Special Reading List. General 

Theological Library [Boston. Mass.] BulUtin, Jan. 

1919. 
Opera Scores, Librettos, and Plots. Chicago [111.] 

VnhMc'Lihraxy Book Bulletin, Dec. 1919. 
Organs. The Pipe Organ. A Bibliography. Parts 1-2. 

[To be continued.] BulUtin of Bibliography, July-Sept.. 

O.-Dec. 1919. 
Patriotism. List of Books on Patriotism and Citizenship 

[for Children]. Illinois Library Extension Commission 

[Springfield, 111.] Illinois Libraries, Jan. 1919. 
Peace. Problems of Peace. Racial and Territorial. 

Selected References to Recent Books and Magazines. 

Boston [Mass.] Public Library Brief Reading Lists, 

No. 8, Jan. 1919. 
. The President's Fourteen Peace Points. Spring- 
field [Mass.] City Library. 1919. 
. President's Fourteen Peace Points. Riverside 

[Cal.] Public Library Bulletin, 165. 

See also League of Peace. 

Peace Conference, Some Problems of. A few select 

references. Worcester [Mass.] Public Library, Feb. 

1919. 
Pensions. Industrial. Selected Bibliography. [General; 

Representative Pension Plans. Pensions for Teachers 

and Other Public Employees.] Russell Sage Founda- 
tion Library [New York City] Bulletin, Dec. 1919. 
Periodicals for the Small Library. American Library 

Association Publishing Board. [Chicago. 111.] 15c. 
Pilgrim Tercentenary. Brooklyn [N. Y.] Public Library ! 

Bulletin, Jan. 1920. 
Pilgrims. Pilgrim Fathers. Special Reading List No. 36. ' 

General Theological Library [Boston, Mass.] BulUtin, 

Oct. 1919. 
. Pilgrim Tercentenary and the Early Religious 

History of New England. General Theological 

Library [Boston, Mass.] Bulletin, Oct. 1919. 
Poetry. Index to Current Magazine Poetry. Parts 1-2. 

New York Public Library Branch Library News, Dec. 

1918, Feb. 1919. 
. List of Eighty-seven Poets Representing American 

Verse from 1900 to 1919. [Reprint of the library lists 

of the Poetry Society of America.] Syracuse [N. Y.], 

July, 1919. 
. Modern Poets. A Book Shelf of Modern Poets. 

Massachusetts Library Club [Brookline, Mass.]] 

Massachusetts Library Club Bulletin, Oct. 1919. 
. Poetry of the Supernatural. New York Public i 

Library Branch Library News, May, 1919. 
. Poetry of the Great War. University of the| 

State of New York [Albany, N. Y.] New York 

Libraries, Feb. 1919. 
. Poetry of the War. Salem [Mass.] Public? 

Library BulUtin. 



Jan.-April, 1920 



Index to Library Reference Lists 



froets. Contemporary. Part 1. Bulletin of Bibliography, 
Oct.-Dec. 1919. 

Polish Books. Brockton [Mass.] Public Library Bulletin, 
Oct.. Dec. 1919. 

Ports and Harbors. List of Recent References, (Supple- 
mentary to American Association of Port Authorities. 
Selected bibliography, 1916.) Library of Congress, 
Sept. 19, 1918. 

Prices. List of Government Regulation of Prices. 
(Supplementary to the duplicated Hsts of July 3, 1917, 
and July 15, 1918.) Library of Congress, March 5, 
1919. 

Prophets. See Old Testament Prophets. 

Public Affairs. List of Pamphlets on Present-day 
Subjects. Special Libraries Association [Boston, Mass.] 
Special Libraries, March, 1919. 

Questions of the Day. Los Angeles [Cal.] Public Library 
Monthly Bulletin, April, 1919. 

Railroads. Abstracts, Digests, and Charts of the 
Various Plans Proposed for Future Control and 
Operation of the Railroads of the United States of 
America. Bureau of Railway Economics [Wash., D. 
D.], June 25. 1919. 

. Adamson Eight Hour Law of September 1916, 

List of References to Books and Articles on. Revised. 
Library Bureau of Railway Economics [Washington, 
D.C.], Sept. 19. 1919. 

. List of References on Automatic Train Control. 

Bureau of Railway Economics Library [Wash., D. C], 
March 8, 1919. 

. List of References to the More Important Books 

and Articles on Government Control and Operation 
of Railroads. Library Bureau of Railway Economics, 
Feb. 17, 1919. 

Railroads. Some Comments on the Plumb Plan. [Re- 
vised.] Bureau of Railway Economics [Wash., D. C], 
Sept. 20, 1919. 

. Speeches in Congress on Government Ownership 

and Control of Railroads as Printed in the Con- 
gressional Record. Library of Congress, Jan. 20, 1919. 

Reconstruction. Indiana State Library [Indianapolis, 
Ind.] Reference Circular, No. 5. 

. After the War. A selected reading list on peace 

and reconstruction. St. Louis [Mo.] Public Library 
Monthly Bulletin, Feb. 1919. 

. Books of the Readjustment Period. [Selected 

from a list issued by the Massachusetts Library Club, 
in June, 1919.] Brockton [Mass.] Public Library 
Quarterly Bulletin, July-Sept. 1919. 

. Economic Reconstruction and Readjustment. 

Chicago [111.] Fuhlic 'Library Book Bulletin. May, 1919. 

. Economic Reconstruction, Select List of Refer- 
ences on. Including Reports of the British Ministry 
of Reconstruction. Library of Congress, 1919. 

. Reconstruction: Supplementary List of Refer- 
ences. U. S. Department of Labor Library [Washing- 
ton, D. C.]. 

. Select List of Books on Problems of Peace and 

Reconstruction. University of the State of New York 
[Albany. N. Y.] New York Libraries, Feb. 1919. 

Religion. Books of Devotion. Special Reading List, 
General Theological Library [Boston, Mass.] Bulletin, 
April, 1919. 

Religious Education and Democracy. A selected list of 
books. With the compliments of the Detroit [Mich.] 
Public Library to the Religious Education Association. 
Sixteenth Annual Meeting, March 17-19, 1919. 

Roosevelt Number. Syracuse [N. Y.] Public Library 
Syracuse Libraries, Dec. 1919. 

Roosevelt, Theodore. Salem [Mass.] Public Library 
Bulletin, Feb. 1919. 

. His Writings and His Life. Chicago [111.] Public 

Library Book Bulletin, Jan. 1919. 

Ruffin, Edmund, Bibliography of. Virginia State Library 
[Richmond, Va.] Bulletin, July, Oct. 1918. 

See also "Farmers' Register." 

Ruskin, John. [9 titles.] Salem [Mass.] Public Library 
Bulletin, April, 1919. 

Russia. Russia of Yesterday and To-day. Springfield 
[Mass.] City Library. 

Savings. See Thrift. 



Detroit [Mich.] Public 
15, 1919. 
See Hospital Patients; 



Sculpture, Greek and Roman, in American Collections. 
[Short list of references suggested in connection with 
the lectures before the Lowell Institute.] Boston 
[Mass.] Public Lihrdiry Bulletin, Dec. 1918. 

Shipbuilding. See Naval Architecture and Shipbuilding. 

Ships and Sailormen. Los Angeles [Cal.] Public Library 
Monthly Bulletin. Sept. 1919. 

Shoe Fitting and Mending. 
Library Library Service, Sept. 

Sick. Reading for the Sick. 
Occupations for Invalids. 

Sixteenth Century, Self-expression of the. [Short list of 
references suggested in connection with the lectures 
before the Lowell Institute.] Boston [Mass.] PubUc 
LibrdiTy Bulletin, Dec. 1918. 

Sociology. Selected List of Books on Social Subjects. 
Published in 1918. Russell Sage Foundation Library 
[New York City] Bulletin, Feb. 1919. 

Soldiers. Rehabilitation and Employment of Returned 
Soldiers. Boston [Mass.] Public Library Brur/" 
Reading Lists, March, 1919. 

. Rehabilitation; Mental, Physical, Vocational, of 

Crippled and Disabled Soldiers. Select List of Refer- 
ences to Books and Periodicals in the Chicago [111.] 
Public Library, 1919. 

. Rehabilitation of Soldiers. Public Library of the 

District of Columbia. [Washington, D. C] Monthly 
Bulletin, Jan. 1919. 

Speech. Better Speech. A Brief List of Aids. Cleve- 
land [O.J Public Library Open Shelf, Sept.-Oct. 1919. 

Sports. Books for the Sportswoman. Grand Rapids 
[Mich.] Public Library Bulletin, July. 1919. 

. Outdoor Sports. Springfield [Mass.] City Library. 

1019. 

Stage. Catalogue of the Allen A. Brown Collection of 
Books Relating to the Stage. Boston [Mass.] Public 
Library. 

. Development of Scenic Art and Stage Machiner>'. 

Parts 1-6. [Conclusion.] New York PubUc Library 
Bulletin, June-Nov. 1919. [Reprinted in separate 
form.] 

Stars and Their Stories. St. Paul [Minn.] Public Library. 

Street Lighting. List of References on Street Lighting. 
Special Libraries Association [Boston, Mass.] Special 
Libraries, Jan.-Feb. 1919. 

Sunday School Teacher's Reference Library, 
mended by the Education Superintendent 
International Sunday School Association. 
[Mass.] PubUc Library. Dec. 1918. 

Supernatural Poetry. See Poetry. 

Technology. Books for Technical Men in Youngstown. 
Youngstown [O.] Public Library Dec. 15, 1918. 

. New Technical Books. Selected List on Industrial 

Arts and Engineering. [Published quarterly.] New 
York Public Library. 

. Technical Books for the Small and Medium 

Sized Libraries. Wisconsin Free Library Commis- 
sion. [Madison, Wis.] Wisconsin Library Bulletin, 
Feb. 1919. Same. Public Library Commission of Ind- 
iana [Indianapolis, Ind.] Library Occurrent, April, 1919. 

. Technical Books of 1918. A Selection. Pratt 

Institute Free Library [Brooklyn, N. Y.] 1919. 

. The Day's Work: What to do and how to do it. 

Annotated list of 384 books and magazines in the 
Somerville [Mass.] Public Library dealing with over 
sixty trades and professions for men, 1919. 

Thanksgiving. References and Suggestive Program for a 
School Celebration of Thanksgiving. Connecticut 
Public Library Committee [Hartford, Conn.] Conn- 
ecticut Public Library Document, 1919, No. 1. 

Thrift and Savings. Maiden [Mass.] Public Library 
Bulletin, Oct. 1919. 

. A Selected Bibliography. Russell Sage Foundation 

Library [New York] Bulletin, No. 34. April, 1919. 

Trades and Occupations. Brooklyn [N. Y.) Public 
Library, 1919. 

Travel. Selected List of Original Narratives of Early 
Western Travel in North America. St. Louis [Mo.] 
Public Library Monthly Bulletin, May, 1919. 

Vacations. Vacation Reading. Salem [Mass.] Public 
Library Bulletin, May. 1919. 



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of the 
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Vacations. Vacation Travel in North America. Michigan 

State Board of Commissioners and Michigan State 

Library [Lansing, Mich.] Michigan Library Bulletin, 

May-June. 1919. 
Versailles. Bangor [Me.J Public Library Reference 

List, No. 3.. Aug. 1919. 
Virginia. Bibliography of Virginia. Part 3. Virginia 

State Library [Richmond, Va.J Bulletin, Jan.-April, 

1919. 
. Contribution to the Bibliography of Agriculture 

in Virginia. Virginia State Library [Richmond, Va.] 

BuUetin. Jan.-April. 1918. 
Vocational Education and Re-education. Public Library 

of the District of Columbia [Washington, D. C] 

Monthly BuUetin. Feb. 1919. 
. Choice of a Vocation. Los Angeles [Cal.] Public 

Library Monthly BuUetin, April, 1919. 
. See also Soldiers. 



War Memorials. New York Public Library, 1919, 

[Reprint from the BuUetin, Aug. 1919.1 
Waterways of the World. St. Louis [Mo.] Public 

Library Monthly Bulletin, Nov. 1919. 
Whitman, Walt. A Bibliographical Survey. Brooklyn 

[N. Y.] Public Ubra.ry Bulletin, June, 1919. 
Winter. A Reading List for Winter. Detroit [Mich.] 

Public L,ihra.ry Library Service, Jan. 1, 1920. 
. Books on Winter Sports. Detroit [Mich.] 

Public hihraxy Library Service, Jan. 1, 1920. 
Woman Suffrage. St. Louis [Mo.] Public Library 

Monthly BuUetin, June, 1919. 
. Women in Industry. Public Library of the 

District of Columbia [Washington, D. C] Monthly 

Bulletin, March. 1919. 
Young Men. Books that Young Men Like. Salem 

[Mass.] Public Library B^Keftn. May. 1919. 



CONTEMPORARY POETS 

A classified list compiled by Anue Morris Boyd, A.B., B.L.S., Instructor 
University of Illinois Library School 

PART II 



ALIEN POETS AND INTERPRETERS OF ALIEN 

POETRY 

Contemporary poetry is becoming less provincial and 
more cosmopolitan all the time. "We shaU see them {the 
new poets) ceding more and more to the influence of other 
alien peoples, and fusing exotic modes of thought with 
their Anglo-Saxon inheritances." (Amy Lowell.) 

1. THE ORIENTALS 

"This oriental influence is to be welcomed because it 
flows from deep original streams of poetic art." (Harriet 
Monroe. 

Chinese 
Cranmer-Byng, Launcelot Alfred, translator. 
A lute of jade. Button, 1911. 
Feast of lanterns. Button. 1917. 
*Tietjen8, Eunice. 

Profiles from China. Seymour (Chic), 1917. 
Waddell, Helen. 

Lvrics from the Chinese. Houghton, 1914. 
Waley, Arthtur, translator. 

Hundred and seventy Chinese poems. Knopf, 1919. 

Japanese 
Noguchi, Yon6. 

From the Eastern aea. Mathews, 1910. 
Pilgrimage. Kenherley, 1912. 

Hindu 
*Tafi:ore, Rabindranath, 1861-. 
Gitanjali. Macmillan, 1913. 
Gardener. Macmillan, 1913. 
Chitra. Macmillan, 1913. 
Songs of Kabir. Macmillan, 1914. Translations by 

Tagore, assisted by Evelyn Underbill. 
Crescent Moon. Macmillan, 1914. 
Fruit-gathering. Macmillan, 1916. 
Stray birds. Macmillan, 1916. 

2. NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN 
Densmore, Frances. 

Sioux and Chippewa songs. Published by the 
author. Washington, B. C, 1917. 
■t'Sarett, Lew R. 

Many, many moons: a book of wilderness poetry. 
Holt. (In preparation, will appear Jan. 1920.) 

Collections 
♦Cronyn, Oeorge, editor. 

Path on the rainbow; an anthology of songs and 
chants from the Indians of North America. Boni 
& Liveright, 1919. 



3. LATIN AMERICA 

De la Selva, Solomon. (Poet of Pan-Americanism.) 
Tropical towns and other poems. Lane, 1918. 

POETS WHO SHOW THE NEW TENDENCIES 

British 

Bottomley, Gordon, 1874-. 

Chambers of imagery: series 1, 2. Mathews, 1912. 
Laodice and Banae. Four Seas Co., 1916. 
*De La Mare, Walter, 1873-. 

Songs of childhood. Longmans, 1902. 

Poems. Murray, 1906. 

Child's day. Constable, 1912. 

L. Peacock pie. Constable, 1913. 

L. Listeners. Constable, 1916. 

Motley and other poems. Holt, 1918. 

*Drinkwater, John, 1882-. 

Poems of men and hours. Nutt, 1911. 
Poems of love and earth. Nutt, 1912. 
Cophetua. Nutt, 1912. 
Cromwell and other poems. Nutt, 1913. 
Rebellion. Nutt, 1914. 
Swords and ploughshares. Sidgwick, 1916. 
L. Poems, 1908-1914. Bodd, 1918. 
Loyalties. Sidgwick, 1919. 
Galsworthy, John, 1867-. 

Moods, songs and doggerels. Scribners, 1912. 

♦Gibson, Wilfrid Wilson, 1878-. 
Womenkind. Macmillan, 1912. 
Borderlands and thoroughfares. Macmillan, 1914. 
Battle and other poems. Macmillan, 1916. 
Baily bread. Macmillan, 1916. 
Fires. Macmillan, 1916. 
Hill tracks. Macmillan. 1918. 
L. Collected poems, 1904-17. Macmillan, 1917. 

Hardy, Thomas, 1840-. 

Wessex poems. Harpers, 1899. 

Time's laughing-stocks. Macmillan, 1909. 

Satires of circumstance; lyrics and reveries with 
miscellaneous pieces. Macmillan. 1916. 

Moments of vision. Macmillan, 1918. 
Henley, William Ernest, 1849-1903. 

In hospital. Mosher, 1888. 

Poems, 1872-1897. Scribners. 1904. 

Hawthorne and lavendar. Harper, 1901. 

Echoes of life and death. Mosher, 1908. 

Rhymes and rhythms. Mosher, 1909. 

London voluntaries. Mosher, 1910. 



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Hodgson, Ralph. 

Eve. Poetry Bookshop, 1914. 
The bull. Poetry Bookshop, 1914. 
Mystery. Poetry Bookshop, 1914. 
L. Poems. Macmillan, 1917. 
Last blackbird and other lines. Macmillan, 1918. 
Housman, Alfred Edward, 1859-. 

Shropshire lad. Lane, 1902. 
^LeQallienne, Richard, 1866-. 
New poems. Lane, 1910. 
English poems. Lane, 1912. 
Lonely dancer and other poems. Lane, 1914. 
Silk hat soldier and other poems in war time. Lane. 

1916. 
*Masefleld, John, 1874-. {"he is wholly modern, new, 
contemporary . . . yet . . . his inspiration as a poet 
comes directly from Chaucer, who died in 1400" 
— Phelps). 
L. Everlasting mercy and the Widow in the Bye 

street. Macmillan, 1912. 
L. Story of a round house. Macmillan, 1912. 
Daffodil fields. Macmillan, 1913. 
Good Friday. Macmillan, 1916. 
Salt water ballads. Macmillan, 1916. 
Sonnets. Macmillan, 1916. 

American 
*Aiken, Conrad, 1889-. 

Earth triumphant. Four Seas, 1914. 

Jig of Forslin. Four Seas, 1916. 

Turns and movies. Houghton, 1916. 

Nocturne of remembered Spring. Four Seas, 1917, 

L. Charnel rose. Four Seas, 1918. 
Ben§t, Stephen Vincent, 1898-. 

Five men and Pompey. Four Seas, 1916. 

Drug shop. Yale Univ. Press, 1917. 

Young adventure. Yale Univ. Press, 1918. 
Bodenheim, Maxwell. 

L. Minna agd myself. Pagan Pub. Co., N. Y., 1919 
Brody, Alter. 

Family album and other poems. Huebsch, 1918. 
♦Bjmner, Witter, 1881-. 

L. New world. Kennerley, 1916. 

Young Harvard and other poems. Stokes, 1917. 

L. Grenstone poems. Stokes, 1917. 

L. Beloved stranger. Kennerley, 1919. 
Cleghorn, Sarah N. 1878-1914. 

Verse. Manas Press, 1915. 
Ficke, Arthur Davison, 1883-. 

From the Isles. Samurai Press (Lond.) 1907. 

Happy princess and other poems. Small, 1907. 

Earth passion. Samurai Press, 1908. 

Breaking of bonds. Kennerley, 1910. 

Mr. Faust. Kennerley, 1913. 

Sonnets of a portrait painter. Kennerley, 1914. 

Man on the hilltop. Kennerley, 1916. 
Johns, Orrick, 1887-. 

Asphalt. Knopf, 1917. 
Middleton, Scudder. 

Streets and faces. Little Book Pub. Co., 1917. 

New day. Macmillan, 1919. 
Monroe, Harriet, I860-. 

You and I. Macmillan, 1914. 
*Neihardt, John G., 1881-. 

Man-song. Kennerley, 1909. 

Stranger at the gate. Kennerley, 1912. 

Song of Hugh Glass. Macmillan, 1916. 

The Quest. Macmillan, 1916. 

Song of three friends. Macmillan, 1919. 
^Robinson, Edwin Arlington, 1869-. 

Captain Craig. Macmillan, 1903. 

L. Town down the river. Macmillan, 1913. 

L. Man against the sky. Macmillian, 1916. 

Merlin. Macmillan, 1917. 

L. Children of the night. Macmillan, 1918. 
*Sandburg, Carl, 1878-. 

L. Chicago poems. Holt, 1918. 

L. Cornhuskers. Holt, 1918. 



Sterling George, 1869-. 

Beyond the breakers. Robertson, 1903. 

Evanescent city. Robertson, 1915. 

Ode on opening Pacific International Exposition. 
Robertson, 1916. 

Yosemite. Robertson, 1916. 

Caged eagle. Robertson, 1916. 
Torrence, Ridgely, 1876-. 

House of a hundred lights. Maynard, 1900. 

Abelard and Heloise. C5cribners, 1907. 
Towne, Charles Hanson, 1877-. 

Quiet singer. Kennerley, 1908. 

Manhattan. Kennerley, 1909. 

Youth. Kennerley, 1910. 

Beyond the stars and other poems. Kennerley, 1912. 

To-day and to-morrow. Doran, 1916. 
Underwood John Curtis. 

Iron muse. Macmillan, 1910. 

Processionals. Kennerley, 1916. 

War flames. Macmillan, 1917. 
Wattles, Willard. 

L. Lanterns in Gethsemane. Dutton, 1918. 
Wheelock, John Hall, 1886-. 

Beloved adventure. Sherman, 1912. 

Love and Uberation. Sherman, 1913. 

INTERPRETERS OF LOCALITY 

The new poets draw inspiration and poetic material from 
the commonplace life about them; a few of these new poets 
have been particularly felicitous in interpreting certain 
localities, 

*Fro8t, Robert, 1876-. (New England.) 
L. North of Boston. Holt, 1914. 
A boy's will. Holt, 1916. 
L. Mountain interval. Holt, 1916. 

♦Lindsay, Nicholas Vachel, 1879-. (Middle west.) 
General William Booth enters into Heaven. Mac- 
millan, 1913. 
L. Congo and other poems. Macmillan, 1914. 
L. Chinese nightingale. Macmillan, 1917. 

♦Masters, Edgar Lee, 1868-. (Middle west.) 
L. Spoon river anthology. Macmillan, 1916. 
Songs and satires. Macmillan, 1916. 
Great valley. Macmillan, 1916. 
Toward the gulf. Macmillan, 1918. 
Piper, Edward Ford. (Middle west.) 

Barbed wire, and other poems. Midland Press. 
Moorhead, Minn., 1918. 
Stork, Charles Wharton, 1881-. (Rhode Island bay- 
folk.) 
Sea and bay. Lane, 1916. 

SOCIAL-REVOLUTIONISTS 

"Propagandists' sentiments have infused a vigorous and 
passionate quality into (new) verse." (Braithwaite.) 
Eastman, Max, 1883-. 

Child of the Amazon, and other poems. Kennerley. 

1913. 
Colors of life. Knopf, 1919. 
Oiovannitti, Arturo, 1884-. 
Arrows in the gale. Hillacre Bookhouse, Riverside. 
Conn., 1914. 
McEenna, Edward. 
Likes o' me. Hillacre Bookhouse, Riverside. Conn.. 
1915. 
♦Oppenheim, James, 1882-. 

Songs for the new age. Century, 1914. 
L. War and laughter. Century, 1914. 
Book of self. Knopf, 1917. 
♦Schauffler, Robert Haven. 

Scum o' the earth and other poems. Houghton, 1917. 
Untermeyer, Jean Starr. 

L. Growing pziins. Huebsch, 1918. 
♦Untermeyer, Louis, 1886-. 
L. Challenge. Century, 1914. 

and other poems. Holt, 1916. 

L. These times. Holt, 1917. 



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THE IMAGISTS AND RADICALS 

Miss Amy Lowell says, 'The Imagist movement means 
a re-discovery of beauty in our modern world, and the 
originality and honesty to affirm that beauty in whatever 
manner is native to the poet." This affirmation may be 
in vers libre or not, but the rhythm employed must express 
the thot and mood of the poet; the diction must be exact, 
not merely decorative words; the poem as a whole must be 
concentrated, clear, hard, and clean cut. 

British 
nint, 7. 8. 

In the net of the stars. Mathews, 1909. 

Cadences. Poetry Bookshop, 1916. 

Modella of Decimus Magnus Ansonius. Poetry Book- 
shop, 1916. 
^Huefler, Ford Madoz, 1873-. 

Collected poems. Goschen, London, 1914. 

Antwerp. Poetry Bookshop, 1915. 

On heaven, and other poems written on active 
service. Lane, 1918. 
Lawrence, D. H., 1885-. 

Love poems and others. Huebsch, 1913. 

Rainbow. Huebsch, 1915. 

Amores. Huebsch, 1916' 

Twilight in Italy. Huebsch, 1917. 

American 
Aldington, Richard. 

L. Images, old and new. Four Seas, 1916. 
War and love. Four Seas, 1919. 
Images of desire. Four Seas, 1919. 
Arensberg, Walter Conrad. 
Poems. Houghton, 1914. 
Idols. Houghton, 1916. 



Fletcher, John Gould, 1886-. 

L. Irradiations, sand and spray. Houghton, 1916. 

L. Goblins and pagodas. Houghton, 1916. 

Japanese prints. Four Sea^, 1917. 

Tree of life. Macmillan, 1919. 
H. D. (Hilda Doolittle), 1886-. 

L. Sea garden: imagist poems. Houghton, 1916. 
Sreymborg, Alfred. 

Mushrooms, a book of free verse forms. Knopf, 
1916. 
*Lowell, Amy, 1874-. 

Dome of many colored glass. Macmillan, 1912. 

L. Sword blades and poppy seeds. Macmillan, 1914. 

L. Men, women and ghosts. Macmillan, 1916. 

L. Can Grande's castle. Macmillan, 1918. 
Pound, Ezra Loomis, 1885-. 

Personae. Mathews, 1909. 

Exultations. Mathews, 1912. 

Cathay. Mathews, 1912. Translations from the 
Chinese. 

Poems, 2v. Mathews, 1915. 

Lustra. Mathews, 1916. 

Ripostes. Swift, 1912. 

Canzoni. Swift, 1912. 

Provenca. Swift, 1912. 

COLLECTIONS OF IMAGIST POETRY 

Des Imagists: an anthology of the Imagists. Boni & 

Liveright, 1914. 

Kreymborg, Alfred, editor. Others, an anthology of 

the new verse. 2v. 1916-17. Knopt, 1916-17. 

♦Some Imagists poets, 1914, 1916, 1917. Houghton, 

1914-17. 



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PRINCIPAL CONTENTS OF THE LIBRARY PRESS, October, 1919-January, 1920 

A glance at the titles of the principal articles appearing in the library periodicals from month to month 
will help the busy librarian to keep in touch with library progress. 

In some cases we elaborate the title slightly, to give a better understanding of the subject covered by the 
article. 

AMERICAN 



American Library Association Bulletin, July, 1919 

Papers and Proceeding of the Asbury Park Conference, 

1919. 
Bishop, W. W. The A. L. A. at the crossroads. 
Hadley, C. The library war service and some things 

it has taught. 
Leete, J. H. Reaching all classes of the community. 
Paine, P. M. The library's task in reconstruction. 
Williamson, C. C. Some present-day aspects of library 

training. 
Davis, J. B. The high school library of the next 

decade. 
Miller, H. A. The true Americanization of the foreign 

child. 
Bascom, Elva L. The place of the Commission in 

child welfare work. 
Ferguson, M. J. Getting books to farmers in Cali- 
fornia. 
WiUiamson, C. C. A look ahead for the small library. 
Wales, EUzabeth B. Library Commission and the 

high school library. 
Keppel, F. P. How the army libraries have helped 

our fighting men. 
Cleaves, Vice-Admiral. Books and reading for the 

navy. 
Dickinson, A. D. By Flanders bridge: adventures 

of an A. L. A. man overseas. 
Keogh, A. Advanced library training for research 

workers. 
Hopkins, Julia A. A new plan for training library 

assistants. 



Warner, Marjorie F. Bibliographical opportunities 
in horticulture. 

War service committee reports. 

Walter, F. K. Training for the librarian of a business 
library. 

Budlong, Minnie C. What can the league of library 
commissions do for its members? 

Ranck, S: H. A librarian's job in base section no. 1, 
France. 

Davis, O. C. Experiences overseas. 

Ahern, Mary E. A. L. A. news from overseas. 
Library Journal, October, 1919 
Bishop, W. W. The new library of the University of 

Michigan (with illustration and plans). 
Bowker, R. R. Library service. 
Feipel, L. N. Rise and development of libraries on 

board vessels of the U. S. Navy. 
American Library Association. Report on enlarged 

program. 
Library week at Richfield Springs, N. Y. 

Library Joiu-nal, November, 1919 
Strohm, A. Laying our course. 

Walter, F. K. Relation of the library to the trustee. 
Powell, Sophy H. The public library in British recon- 
struction. 
Kelley, Grace O. European war classification. 
Graves, C. E. A plan for a nature library. 
Clark, G. T. New library building at Leland Stanford 

Junior University (with illustration and plan). 
A. L. A. Constitution. Proposed revision. 
Kingsley, Dena M. Recent tendencies in State Pub- 
lications. 



jan.-Aprii, 1920 Principal Contents of the Library Press 



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Library Journal, December, 1919 

The A. L. A. proposed enlarged program. 

Warner, Marjorie F, The Uterature of horticulture. 

Teal, W. Binding and arrangement of British blue 

books. 
McClelland, E. H. Books for workers. 

Library Joxirnal, January 1, 1920 
Wheeler, J. L. The library and the business man. 
Ansteinsson, J. The library history of Norway. 
Todd, Marv E. The Einstein theory. 

Library Journal, January 15, 1920 
Bowerman, G: F. Librarian's salaries in the District 

of Columbia. 
Granniss, Ruth. The John Carter Brown library and 

its catalog. 
Wynkoop, A. Adequate state aid for libraries; a plea. 

Public Libraries, October, 1919 
Hadley, C. Library war service — some things it has 

taught. 
Leete, J. H. Reaching all classes of the community. 
Paulmier, Hilah. Getting in touch with our foreign 

readers. 

Public Libraries, November, 1919 
Jackson, Anna. Periodicals useful in the children's 

room [in Canada]. 
Agg, Rachel. Over the loan desk. 
Hopkins, Florence M. Library work in school courses. 

Public Libraries, December, 1919 
Flexner, Jennie M. The essential qualities of a good 

assistant. 
Parham, Nellie E. The business man and the public 

library. 
Illinois Library Association, 1919 conference. Report. 

Public Libraries, January, 1920 
Paine, Paul M. The library's task in reconstruction. 
Dana, J. C. Efficiency. 

Waller, Florence M. War impetus to technology. 
Twiss, G. R. The relation of the Science department 

to the high school library. 

Special Libraries, September, 1919 
Report of the 10th annual convention of Special Li- 
braries Association. 

Marion, G. E. Interpreting the library movement. 

Cram, F: S. Library and statistical work with the 
Prudential. 

Tweedell, E. D. Special libraries and the general 
reference library. 

Pratt, E. E. Literature on foreign trade. 

Hyde, D. W., Jr. Good government and better 
citizenship via the civic library. 

Special Libraries, October, 1919 
Winton, Grace E. Business libraries of Detroit. 
Hobert, Elizabeth. Special library of the A. W. Shaw 

Co. 
Greenman, E. D. The functions of the industrial 

library. 
Liebmann, Estelle L. Library of the National Work- 
men's Compensation Service bureau. 
Warren, Katherine. List of references on labor turnover. 
Gearhart, Edna B. List of references on workshop 

committees. 

Special Libraries, November, 1919 
Payne, E. G. Safety education and the library. 
Williams, S. J. Building up a safety library. 
Day, Mary B. Library and information bureau of the 

National Safety Council, Chicago. 
West, C. J. Chemical warfare. [Reference list.] 

Special Libraries, December, 1919 
Waterman, R. Pending railroad legislation. 
Mattice, H. A. Co-operation among railroads. 
Culley, Elizabeth O. Progress of transportation by rail, 

as shown in contemporary documents. 
Ladd, Mary B. List of references on the right to strike. 

Special Libraries, January, 1920 
Friedel, J. H. Special libraries in the enlarged program. 
Chittenden, G. E. The official library at Railway 

Administration headquarters. South Africa, 
West, C. J., and Greenman, E.D. A reading list on 

industrial research. 
News Notes of California Libraries, October, 1919 
Aimual statistics of California libraries. 
Books for the blind department. 



The Occasional Leaflet, Colorado Library Associa- 
tion, November, 1919 

Proposed county library law. 

How to catalog war posters. 

Illinois Libraries, January, 1920 

Wood, Harriet A. Librarians as educators. 

Ridlon, Margaret. Children's book week in Highland 
Park. 

Certification of librarians. 

Illinois Library Association, 1919 Conference. 

Library Occiurent, Public Library Commission of 
Indiana, October, 1919 

Wade, Margaret A. Magazines for men (list). 

Periodicals for rural circulation (list). 

Lemon, Mary. Cheerful stories (list). 

Christmas suggestions for younger children (list). 

Iowa Library Quarterly, October-November- 
December, 1919 

Case, CM. The child and the book. 

Maine Library Biilletin, Januaiy, 1920 

Minot, J. C. Maine's contribution to literature (con- 
cluded). 

The Henry E. Huntington library, N. Y. City. 

Gilmore, Evelyn L. Romance and history. 

Library Notes and News, Minnesota Department 
of Education, December, 1919 

Clark, Charlotte H. Hibbing's traveling hbrary. 

Wood, Harriet A. Librarians as educators. 

Bulletin of the New Hampshire Public Libraries, 
December, 1919 

Forrest, Maud. Suggestions concerning the new poetry. 

Dana, J: C. Libraries and reconstruction. 
New Jersey Library Bulletin, January, 1920 

Thompson, Nancy. Libraries and normal school stu- 
dents. 

Thorp, Josephine. Patriotic drama (list). 

New York Libraries, November, 1919 

Eaton, W. P. Literature and Miss Lizzie Cox. 

Paine, P. M. Library service is free. 

Library week at Richfield Springs, 1919. 

North Carolina Library Bulletin, September, 1919 

The resignation of Mrs. Minnie Leatherman Blanton. 

Phillips, J. S. The brotherhood of the book. 

Business books for the small Hbrary (list). 

North Carolina Library Bulletin, December, 1919 

Blanton, Minnie L. Library needs of North CaroHna. - 

Noa, Ernestine. The rural social science library of the 
University of North Carolina. 

Pierce, Annie. How one city school uses the public 
library. 
Ontario Library Review, November, 1919 

London, F. Interior publicity. 

Locke, G: H. When Canada was New France (book 
review). 
Pennyslvania Library Notes, January, 1920 

Lamb, G: H. Mr. Carnegie and the free library move- 
ment. 
South Dakota Library Bulletin, September, 1919 

Shaw, C. C. Book mending. 

Pratt, Ada M. Care of unbound material in Hbraries. 
South Dakota Library Bulletin, December, 1919 

Reeve, Mrs. Madge. The opportunities of a small 
public library. 

Bulletin of the Vermont Free Public Library Com- 
mission, December, 1919 

Stingly, Grace. Studying a community in order to ren- 
der better service. 

Gary, Marion. The Y. M. C. A. in Vermont. 
Wisconsin Library Bulletin, November, 1919 

Gilman, S. W. The public library as an educator as 
viewed by the business man. 

Carter, S. J. Library work; its penalties and per- 
quisites. 
Wisconsin Library Bulletin, December, 1919 

Rice, O. S. The Wisconsin high school teacher-librarian 
movement. 

Davis, Winifred L. Summer school course for teacher- 
librarians. 

Walker, Irma M. Why they do not tat. [The duties 
of a school librarian.] 
Wisconsin Library Bulletin, January, 1920 

Lescohier, D. D. The library in Americanization. 



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Vol. 11, No. 1 



PRINCIPAL CONTENTS OF ENGLISH LIBRARY PERIODICALS 



The Library, July, 1919 

Plomer, H. R. More petitions to Archbishop Land [re- 
garding books and bookselling]. 

MacAlister. J. Y. W. The Osier Medical library (illus.). 

Cole. G: W. The extra gill and the full quart pot, a 
bibliographical study. 

Lee, Elizabeth. Some recent French books. 

Newdigate, C. A. The 17th century printing press of 
the English College at Saint Omers. 
Library Association Record, September, 1919 

Savage, E. A. Technical libraries. 

Newcombe, L., and Winston, J. H. E. A prisoners-of- 
war library. 

Hetherington, A. L. The late Dr. Andrew Carnegie. 
Library Association Record, October, 1919 

Forvargue, H, W. Legal aspects of the recommenda- 
tions and provisions required in any new library bill. 

Progress of commercial libraries. 

Library Association Record, November-Decemberi 
1919 

The new public libraries act. 

Library legislation for Scotland. 

Superannuation. " 

Shaw, G. T. Position of libraries during the war and 
after; the call for financial relief. 

Jast, L. S. A proposal for Library Association editions 
of standard works. 



The Library World, October, 1919 

Clarke, E. P. The qualifications of the works' librarian 
(continued) . 

The Library World, November, 1919 
Robertshaw, W. Notes on popularizing a scientific 
library. 

The Library World, December, 1919 
Clarke, E. P. Advertising the library. 

The Library World, January, 1920 
Merrill, W. S. An American view of the Alphabetic- 
Mnemonic classification. 
Public Libraries act, 1919. 

The Library Assistant, November, 1919 
Inauguration of the school of librarianship. 

The Library Assistant, January, 1920 
Henry Vaux Hopwood. Obituary notice. 
Public libraries act, 1919. 
The Library Miscellany, Baroda, January-April, 

1919 
Clake, A. B. Cinema and mass education. 
Chimanlal Dahyabhai Dalai. Obituary notice (port.). 
Geddes, P. Proposed central library and museum for 

Indore. 
Bolshevism; a danger to India. 
Two libraries of old Japan. 
Public access to government records. 
Tai, T. C. Present library conditions in China. 



BIRTHS AND DEATHS 

A RECORD OF NEW TITLES, CHANGED TITLES, AND DEATHS IN THE 

PERIODICAL WORLD 

[To be continued] 



I. New Periodicals. 

Academia de la historia, Anales. Havana, bi-mo., vol. 1, 

no. 1, Jl.-Ag. 1919. 
Aeronautique, L'. Paris, mo., vol. 1, no. 1, Je. 1919. 

fr. 60. 
American Leather. New York, N. Y. 4to, il., vol. 1. 

no. I, Ag. 1919. 
American Legion Weekly, The. 1311 G. St., N. W., 

Washington, D. C. w., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, Jl. 4, 1919. 

5c. $2.00. 
American News. Madrid, w., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, JI. 6, 

191o» 
Archivio di Storia della Scienza. Rome, Italy, quar. 

vol. 1, no. 1, Mr. 1919. L. 30. 
Assistant Editor. Chicago, 111. mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1. 

Jl. 1919. 
Associated General Contractors of America. Members' 

News Letter. Ill W. Washington St., Chicago, 111. mo. 

(also w.). vol. 1. no. 1, Jl. 1919. $2.00. For members 

only. 
Automotive Exporter. New York, N. Y. mo., 4to. il.. 

vol. 1, no. 5. Jl. 1919. $3.00. 
Bookman's Journal and Print Collector, The. London. 

w., 8vo. il., vol. 1, no. 1, O. 31, 1919. 3d., Ids. 6d. 
Boys' Outfitter, The. New York, N. Y. mo., 4to. il. 

vol. 1, no. 1, S. 1919. $2.00. 
Brazilian American. Rio Janeiro, vol. 1. no. 1 N 1 

1919. $6.00. ^. ^^- i. 

British Columbia Fruit Growers' Association. Bulletin 

Vancouver, B. C. mo., vol. 1, no. 1, F. 1919. 
British Manufacturer. London, mo., vol. 1, no 1 N 

1919. IQs. ' 

California Grape Grower. San Francisco, Cal. vol 1 

no. 1, D. 1. 1919. $1.00. ' ' 



California Shipbuilder. San Frahcisco, Cal. mo., vol. 1, 

no. 1, Ag. 1919. 20c., $2.00. 
Church School, The. 150 Fifth Av., New York, N. Y. 

mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, O. 1919. 15c,. $1.25. Suc- 
cessor to The Pilgrim Magazine of Religious Education. 
Colonies et Marine. Paris, vol. 1, no. 1, Jl. 1917. fr. 

10. 
Colorado College Publications. Education and Psychology 

Series. Colorado Springs, Colo, irreg., vol. 1, no. 1, 

S. 1919. Price wies. 
Combustion. 475 Tenth Av., New York, N. Y. mo. 

4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Jl. 1919. $2.00. 
Common Ground. Massachusetts Teachers Federation, 

West Somerville, Mass. quar., vol. 1, no. 1, Oct. 1916. 
Community Music Service Weekly. New York, N. Y. 

w., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, Ap. 17, 1919. $1.50. 
Discovery. London, mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1920. 

6d., 6s. 
Family, The. 130 E. 22d St., New York, N. Y. mo. 

(10 nos.), 4to. vol. 1, no. 1, Mr. 1920. 20c, $1.50. 
Far Eastern Republic, The. 519 California St., San 

Francisco, Cal. mo., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, O. 1919. 20c., 

$2.00. 
Farming. London, w., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, My 10, 

1919. 
Finger Print Magazine. Chicago, 111. mo., 4to, il., 

vol. 1, no. 1. Jl. 1919. $2.50. 
Florida Audubon Bulletin. Winter Park, Fla. quar., 

8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, Ap. 1919. 
Genetica. 'a Gravenhage. Holland, bi-mo., 8vo, vol. 1, 

no. 1. Ja. 1919. 
Georgia Farmer and Stockman. Macon, Ga. mo., fol., 

il.,vol. l,no. 1,F. 1919. 
Granite and Labor. 73 Tremont St., Boston, Mass. 4to, 

vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1920. 



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Great Britain. Stationery Office. Monthly Circular of 
New Publications. London, mo., no. 1, F. 1919. 
Is. each. 
Greater Belgium. Bruxelles. mo., vol. 1, no. 1, S. 1919. 

fr. 6. 
Guaranty Trust Company of New York. Italy, N. Y. 

mo., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1. Ag. 1919. 
High School Journal, The. Chapel Hill, N. C. mo. 
(except Je.-S.), 8vo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1918. Suc- 
cessor to the North Carolina High School Bulletin. 
Industrial Relations. Boston, Mass. w., 4to, vol. 1, 

no. 1, Ag. 1, 1919. 
Jarrah. Australian Forest League, Perth, W. Aust. 

quar., Svo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, My. 1918. 
Journal of Roentgenology, The. Iowa City, la. quar., 

8vo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, My. 1918. 
Landhouw-weekblad. Bloemfontein. w., fol., il., vol. 1, 

no. 1, My. 21, 1919. 
Mess-kit, The. Camp Merritt, N. J. mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, 

no. 1, Mr. 1919. 16c., $1.60. 
Michigan Golfer. Detroit, Mich, mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, 

no. 1, Jl. 1919. $3.00. 
Michoacan Agricola. Morelia, Mex. mo., fol., vol. 1, 

no. 1, My. 1919. 
Modernist, The. 25 E. 14th St., New York, N. Y. mo., 

fol., il. vol. 1, no. 1, N. 1919. 20c. no. 
Monthly Bulletin of Statistics. London, mo., 8vo, 

vol. 1, no. 1, Ag. 1919. 
Naples, Stazione Zoologica. Publicazioni. Ricerche di 
Fisiologia e di Chimica Biologica. Milan, vol. 1, no. 1, 
Ja. 1919. L. 30 per vol. 
National Budget. Washington, D. C. semi-mo., vol. 1, 

no. 1. S. 1-15, 1919. 
National Research Council, Bulletin. 1201 16th St., 
Washington, D. C. irreg., vol. 1, no. 1, O. 1919. 
$6.00 per vol. 
New World, The. London, mo., 8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, 

Ap. 1919. 2s. 6d., 30s. ($6.00 in U. S.) 
North Central Journal. Conway Bldg., Chicago, 111. 

mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Je. 1919. $1.00. 
Oklahoma Extension News and Boys and Girls Club 
Letter. Stillwater, Okla. mo., vol. 1, no. 1, Ag. 1919. 
Open Road, The. 248 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 

mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, N. 1919. 25c. $3.00. 
Pacific Travel. Seattle, Wash, mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, 

Jl. 1919. $1.50. 
Pan American Record. Los Angeles, Cal. semi- mo., 

8vo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, S..1916. 
Pep. Vancouver, B. C. w., 8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, Mr. 13, 

1919. 
Philippine Commission of Independence. Press Bulletin. 
Munsey Bldg., Washington, D. C. w., vol. 1, no. 1, 
Ag. 11, 1919. 
Pocket List of U. S. Government Purchasing Bureaus and 
Foreign Trade Guide. New York, N. Y. quar., 16 mo., 
vol. 1, no. 1, Ap. 1919. $3.50. $10.00. 
Printers' Ink Monthly. 185 Madison A v.. New York, 

N. Y. mo., 4to. il., vol. 1, no. 1, D. 1919. $1.00. 
Review of the Foreign Press. London. The Economic 
Review, w., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, N. 13, 1919, Is. no. 
The Political Review, w. 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, N. 13, 
1919, Is. no. 
Rooseveltian, The. 317 T St., N. E.. Washington, D. C. 

mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Mr. 1919. lOc, $1.00. 
Sales Manager. New York, N. Y. mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, 

no. 1, Je. 1919. 25c., $.20. 
Scientific American Monthly, 233 Broadway, New York, 
N. Y. mo., 4to, il.. vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1920. 40c., $4.60. 
Successor to Scientific American Supplement. 
Societi de Chemie Industrielle Bulletin. Paris, mo., 

D. to Jl., vol. 1, no. 1, D. 1919, fr. 16. 
Sphinx Magazine. 201 W. 79th St.. New York, N. Y. 

mo., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, Ag. 1919. 26c., $2.60. 
Street, The. New York, N. Y. w., 4to. il., vol. 1, no. 1, 

Jl. 30, 1919. 16c., $5.00. 
Swedenborg Student, The. 7 Winter St., Arlington, Mass. 

mo., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1920. lOc, $1.00. 
Tire Trade Journal. 22 E. 17th St., New York, N. YJ 

mo., vol. 1, no. 1, Jl. 1919. $1.00. 
Tire World. Chicago, 111. mo., fol., il., vol. 1, no. 1, 
S. 1919. 



Trade Acceptance Journal. 87 Nassau St., New York 

N. Y. mo.. 8vo., vol. 1. no. 1, My. 1918. $3.00. 
Trans-Pacific, The. Tokyo. Japan, and 21 E. 40th St., 

New York, N. Y. mo., 4to, il., vol. 1. no. 1. S. 1919 

1.30 yen. 16 yen in U. S. 
Washington Industrialist. Pullman, Wash. mo., fol 

il.. vol. 1, no. 1. Ag. 1918. 
Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine. Pittsburgh 

Pa. quar., Svo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1918. 
Wisconsin Conservationist. Madison, Wis. bi-mo., fol 

il., vol. 1, no. 1, Mr. 1919. 
World Agriculture. Amherst, Mass., quar., 4to. il 

vol. 1, no. 1. O.-D. 1919. $3.00. 

n. Changed or Discontinued 

Advance Guide. Detroit. Changed to Railway Main- 
tenance of Way Employes Journal with vol. 28, no. 11. 
N. 1919. 
American Institute of Electrical Engineers. Proceedings. 
New York. Changed to Journal with vol. 39,no. 1. 
Ja. 1920. 
American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers. 
Bulletin. New York. Changed to Mining and 
Metallurgy with no. 164. O. 1919. 
American Journal of Obstetrics. New York. Discon- 
tinued with D. 1919. 
American Motherhood. Coopergtown, N. Y. Merged 

in To-day's Housewife, Ja. 1920. 
American News. Madrid. Discontinued with D, 26 

1918. 
American Shooter, The. Baltimore. Changed to The 

New American Shooter with O. 1918. 
Association of Official Agricultural Chemists. Journal. 
Washington. Resumed publication with vol. 3. no. 2, 
N. 1919. 
Automotive Engineering. New York. Discontinued with 
vol. 4, No. 6, My. 1919. United with Hub and called 
Automotive Manufacturer. 
Back to Mufti. Ottawa. Discontinued with no. 1. F. 1919. 
Big Brother, The. Chicago. Discontinued with no. 9. 

D. 1918. 
Boy Power. Washington. Discontinued with vol. 2, 

no. 6, Je. 1919. 
Carry On. Washington. Discontinued with no. 10, Jl. 

1919. 
Chicago Chemical Bulletin. Chicago. Changed to Chem- 
ical Bulletin with vol. 6, no. 7, Jl. 1919. 
Contracting. New York. Discontinued with vol. 9, 
no. 9, Ja. 1920. Merged in Municipal Journal and 
Public Works. 
Electrical Engineering. New York. Discontinued with 
vol. 63, no. 6. Je. 1919. Merged in Electrical Review. 
Equity. Philadelphia. Discontinued with vol. 21, no. 2, 

Ap. 1919. Merged in National Municipal Review. 
Fackel. Chicago. Discontinued with vol. 41, no. 24. 

O. 12, 1919. 
Farm Progress. St. Louis. Discontinued with vol. 14, 

no. 19, Ja. 1919. 
Farm Tractor. Kansas City. Discontinued with vol. 3, 

no. 2, Jl. 1918. 
Farming. London. Discontinued with no. 27, N. 1, 

1919. Merged in Smallholder. 
Federal Law Quarterly. Washington. Discontinued with 

no. 3, O. 1918. 
Federator. Los Angeles. Discontinued with no. 11, 

D. 1918. Merged in Mazdaznan. 
Great Lakes Recruit. Great Lakes, IlL Changed to The 

Recruit with vol. 6, no. 7, Jl. 1919. 
Hub. New York. Absorbed Automotive Engineering 
and changed to Automotive Manufacturer with vol. 61, 
no. 6, S. 1919. 
Humane Advocate. Chicago. Discontinued with vol. 

14. no. 4, F. 1919. 
Japanese Student. Chicago. Changed to Japanese 

Review with vol. 4, no. 1, N. 1919. 
Journal of Acetylene Welding. Chicago. Discontinued 
with vol. 2, no. 12. Je. 1919. Merged in Acetylene 
Journal. 
Loco. Schenectady. Suspended with vol. 10, no. 1, 

My. 1919. 
Municipal Journal and Public Works. New York. 
Changed to Public Works with vol. 48, no. 4, F. 1920. 



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National Budget. Washington. Changed to The Bud- 
get, New York, with no. 7, D. 1919. 

National Economic League Quarterly. Boston. Changed 
to The Consensus with vol. 5, no. 1, Jl. 1919. 

National Education Association. Journal. Chicago. 
Discontinued with vol. 3, no. 9, My. 1919. 

New American Shooter, The. Baltimore. Discon- 
tinued with Jan. 1919. 

New France. The. New York. Changed to Victory. 
The New France, with Je. 1919. 

New World, The. New York. Changed to The World 
To-morrow with no. 9, S. 1918. 

Oklahoma. Department of Agriculture. Monthly Press 
Bulletin. Discontinued with no. 98, Je. 1919. Merged 
in Oklahoma Extension News and Boys and Girls Club 
Letter. 

OUawa Naturalist, The. Ottawa. Changed to Cana- 
dian Field Naturalist with vol. 33, no. 1, Ap. 1919. 

Pan American Record. Los Angeles. Discontinued with 
vol. 2, Jl. 1918. 

Pep. Cleveland. Suspended with N. 1919. 

Pet Stock World. Baltimore. Changed to Small 
Animal World with vol. 6, no. 6, S. 1919. 

Pilgrim Magazine of Religious Education. Discontinued 
with vol. 3, no. 9, S. 1919. Succeeded by The Church 
School. 

Poetry Journal, The. Boston. Resumed publication 
with Ja. 1920. 



Professional Memoirs. Washington. Changed to The 
Military Engineer with vol. 12, no. 1, 1920. 

Public, The. New York. Discontinued with vol. 22, 
no. 1125, D. 6, 1919. 

Recruit, The. Great Lakes, 111. Discontinued with vol. 6, 
no. 8, Ag. 1919. 

Scientific American Supplement. New York. Discon- 
tinued with vol. 88, no. 2292, D. 27, 1919. Succeeded 
by Scientific American Monthly. 

Trade Acceptance Journal. New York. Changed to 
National Acceptance Journal with vol. 2, no. 3, Jl. 
1919. 

[United States Department of Agriculture, Bureau of 
Markets.] Food Surveys. Washington. Discontinued 
with vol. 2, no. 27, Je. 27, 1919. 

[United States Department of Commerce.] Navigation 
Radio Service Bulletin. Washington. Suspended with 
Ap. 1917. Resumed publication, Ag. 1919. 

[United States Department of Labor.] Employment 
Service Bulletin. Washington. Discontinued with 
vol. 2, no. 3, F. 28, 1919. 

[United States.] War Trade Board Bulletin. Washing- 
ton. Discontinued with no. 23, Jl. 1919. 

World's Chronicle. Chicago. Discontinued with vol. 37, 
no. 21, My. 31, 1919. 

Young Women's Christian Association. U. S. War 
Work Bulletin. Changed to Blue Triangle News 
with no. 78, O. 24, 1919. 



QUARTERLY DRAMATIC INDEX, JANUARY-APRIL, 1920 

(Being a continuation of Dramatic Index, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912, 1913, 1914, 1915, 1916, 1917, 1918) 
▲■ Index to articles, reviews, and pictares relating: to the stage which have appeared in the periodicals of the 

last three months. 

Note:— In addition to the following list of periodicals whicn are indexed regularly, articles and portraits of dramatic interest in 
e important popular magazines and reviews in the English language are included, thus covering the periodical field thoroughly, 

Aphrodite, drama by P. Frondale, G: C. Hazelton, 
H. Fevrier, and A. Goetzl. 
Criticism. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 74: 1024(i), D. 18, 

19. 
Production at Century theatre, N. Y. city, D. 1919. 
Dram. Mir. 80: 1901, 1903, D. 11, '19. 
Apple blossoms, musical comedy by F. Kreisler, V. 
Jacobi, and W. Le Baron. 
Production at Globe theatre, N. Y. city, O. 1919. 
Dram. Mir. 80: 1662(i), O. 23, '19. 
Avenue, The, play by F. Merrill. 

Text. Drama 10: 53-7. N. '19. 
Baby bunting, comedy by N. D. Ayer and C. Grey. 
Production at Shaftesbury theatre, London. 111. 
Lond. N. 155: 628(i). 0.4, '19. 
Back again, comedy by H. Turner. 

Production at Ambassador theatre, London. 111. Lond. 
N. 155: 404-5, S. 13, '19. 
Bainter, Pay, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 68: 351, N. * 19. 
Barnes, Helen, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 68: 171, O. '19. 
Barre, Felix, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 30: 396, D. '19. 
Barrymore, Ethel (Bljrthe) (Mrs. R. Q. Colt), actress, 
1879-. 
Portrait. Munsey 68: 341, N. '19. 
Portrait (with Claude King) in Declass^e. Theatre 30: 
105, N. '19. 
Bartlett, Elise, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 67: 745, S. '19 — Theatre 30: 369, 
D. '19. 
Bennett, Enid (Mrs. F: Niblo), actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 80: 1821, N. 27, '19: 80: 1866, 
D. 4. '19. 
Binney, Faire, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 68: 344, N. '19. 
Bird of Paradise, The, play by R: W. TuUy. 
Description. Graphic 100: 402(i), S. 20, '19. 
Production at Lyric theatre, London. 111. Lond. N. 

155: 450(i), S. 20, '19 
Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 100: 533, O. 18, '19. 



•r somie isotitles'in all 

Abraham Lincoln, drama by J: Drinkwater. 

Commended. J.S.Metcalfe. Life 74: 1070-71, D. 26, 

'19 
Review. St. J: Ervine. No. Am. 210;l824-9, D. '19. 
Acting. 

Conservatory of acting, Plea for. O. Skinner. Drama 

10: 43^, N. '19. 

Rehearsing a play. G. Barker. Theatre 30: 236, 

O. '19. 
Actors and actresses. 
Are actors laborers? B. McRae. il. Theatre 30: 

216(J), O. '19. 
The actors' strike in New York. il. Cur. Opin. 67: 

234-6, O. '19. — Drama 10: 11-12, O. '19. — il. 

Theatre 30: 221-3, O. '19. — End of. J. S. Metcalfe. 

Life 74: 504-5, S. 18, '19. 
Actors who write plays. W. A. Lowenberg. Theatre 

30: 372, 420, S. '19. 
Entente between the American business man and the 

actor. D: Frohman. Drama 10: 61, N. '19. 
Picking out pretty girls for the stage. F. Ziegfeld, Jr. 

Am. M. 88: D. '19, 34, 119-25. 

Adam and Eva, comedy by G. Bolton and G: Middle- 
ton. 
Commended. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 74: 548-9, S. 26, 
•19. 

Production at Longacre theatre. N. Y. city, S. 1 919 

Dram. Mir. 80: 1503(i), S. 25, '19. 
Scene from (picture). Theatre 30: 375, D. '19. 
Ador6e, Benee, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 68: 178, O. '19. — Theatre 30: 
306, N. '19. 
Afgar, play by F. Thompson and W. David. 

Production at the Pavilion, London. 111. Lond. N. 

155: 492(i), S. 27, '19. 
Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 100: 692, N. 16, '19 
Allison, May, actress, 1895-. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 80: 1864, D. 4, '19. — Woman's 
Home C. 46: O. '19, 116. 



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^■Blair, Marie, actress, 
■r Portrait. Theatre 30: 313, N. '19. 
f Boudour, opera by F. Borowski. 
™ Interview with composer concerning 
Cour. 79: O. 2. '19. 14(i). 
Boys will be boys, play by C : O. Kennedy, adapted from 
stories by I. Cobb. 
Production at Ford's opera house, Baltimore, S. 1919. 

Dram. Mir. 80: 1429(i), S. 11, '19. 
Production at Belmont theatre, N. Y. city, O. 1919. 
Dram. Mir. 80: 1654 (i), O. 23, '19. 
T Review. C. C. Savage. Forum 62: 623(i), D. '19. 
HLBrady, Alice (Mrs. J. L. Crane), actress, 1892-. 
^P Portrait. Dram. Mir. 80: 1608, O. 16, '19. — Theatre 
^ 30: 301, N. '19. 

Bradbury, James, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 30: 366, D. '19. 
Braslau, Sophie, opera singer. 

Interview, por. as Shanewis. Mus. Cour. 79: D. 4, 
'19, 12. 
Brooks, Virginia Fox, actress. * 

Portrait. Theatre 30: 390, D. '19. 
Brown, Jessica, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 67: 743, S. '19. 
Burke, Billie (Ethel Burke) (Mrs. F. Ziegfeld, Jr.), 
actress, 1886-. 
Portrait. Delin. 95: D. '19, 104. — Munsey 68: 169, 
O. '19. — Theatre 30: 229, O. '19. 
Caesar's wife, play by W: S. Maugham. 

Production at Liberty theatre, N. Y. city, N. 1919. 
Dram. Mir. 80: 1861, 1863, D. 4, '19. 
Carew, Ora, eatress, 1893-. 

Portrait. Theatre 30: 252, O. '19. 
Caubet, Suzanne, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 30: 396, D. '19. 
Chalf ant, Lucille, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 30: 299, N. '19. 
Challenge, The, drama by E. Walter. 
Production at Selwyn theatre, N. Y. city. il. Theatre 
30: 223-5, O. '19. 
Chambers, Marie, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 30: 390, D. '19. 
Choice, The, play by A. Sutro. 

Description. Graphic 100: 370(i), S. 13, '19. 
Production at Wyndham's theatre, London. Athen. 
1919, pt. 2: 923(J), S. 19, '19. — 111. Lond. N. 165: 
450(i), S. 20. '19. 
Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 100: 611, N. 1, '19. 
Civilian clothes, by T. Buchanan. 

Description. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 74 : 692-3, O. 2, '19. 
Production at Forty-fifth street theatre, N. Y. city, 

S. 1919. Dram. Mir. 80: 1503(i), S. 25, '19. 
Review. C. C. Savage. Forum 62: 502(f), O.-N. '19. 
Claire, Ina (Fagan), actress, 1892-. 

Portrait. Munsey 68: 528, D. '19 — Theatre 30: 
233. 258-9, O. '19. 
Clarence, play by B. Tarkington. 

Criticism. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 74: 692, O. 2, '19. 
Production at Hudson theatre, N. Y. city, S. 1919. 

Dram. Mir. 80: 1539(i), O. 2, '19. 
Review. C. C. Savage. Forum 62: 602-3, O.-N. '19. 
Clark, Helen, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 67: 752, S. '19. 
Clark, Marguerite (Mrs. H. P. Williams), actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 67: 751, S. '19. 
Compson, Betty, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 68: 342, N. '19. 
Cooper, Gladys (Mrs. H. Buckmaster), actress. 

Portrait. Nat'l M. 48: 409, O. '19. 
Cooper, Lillian Kemble, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 30: 241, O. '19. 
Court, Florence, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 30: 393, D. '19. 
Cowl, Jane (Mrs. A. Klauber), actress and dramatist. 

Portrait. Theatre 30: 362, D. '19. 
Craft, Marcella, opera singer. 

Portrait. Theatre 30: 320, N. '19. 
Criticism. 

Two thousand years of dramatic criticism. P. P. 

Howe. 19th Cent. 86: 528-34. S. '19. 
What dramatic critics should know. W. L. GeOrge. 
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Daddies, comedy by J: L. Hobble. 

Description. Graphic 100: 370(i), S. 13,' 19. 
Production at Haymarket theatre, London. 111. Lond. 

N. 155: 404(i), S. 13, '19. 
Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 100: 430, S. 27, '19. 
Dalton, Dorothy, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 30: 250, O. '19; 30: cover. N. '19. 
Dana, Viola (Flugrath) (Mrs. J: Collins), actress. 

Portrait. Woman's Home C. 46: O. '19, 117. 
Davies, Marion, actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 80: 1387, S. 4, '19; 80: 1904, 
D. 11. '19. — Munsey 67: 747, S. '19. 
Day, Edith, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 30: 252, O. '19. 
Debrennes, Lucienne, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 30: 396. D. '19. 
Declass^e, play by Zoe Atkins. 

Production at Empire theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 80: 1612(J), O. 16, '19. — Theatre 30: 440. D. 
'19. 
Review. Nation 109: 548, O, 25, '19. 
Delannoy, Henriette, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 30: 396, D. '19. 
Demy, Madge, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 30: 395, D. '19. 
Destinn, Emmy, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 79: D. 11, '19, 9. 
Destinova, Ema, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 79: O. 2, '19. 8. 
Dickson, Dorothy (Mrs. C. Heisen), actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 30: 381, D. '19. 
Dinehart, Allan, actor. 

Work of, in The challenge, por. Ada Patterson. 
Theatre30:242. O. '19. 
Dolores, Zitelka, actress. 

Portrait. Am. M. 88: D. '19, 37. — Theatre 30: 387, 
D. '19. 
Drama. 

The club and the drama. Willa B. EsUck. Drama 

10: 69-70, N. '19. 
The cult of prettiness. Nation 109: 806-6. D. 20, '19. 
The old comedies. B. Matthews. Theatre 30: 362, 

364. D. '19. 
Religious drama. Selected bibliography. Winifred 
Lewis. Drama 10: 36. 38-40. O. '19. 
Drama in America. 

American community drama. Martha Candler. iL 

Drama 10: 71-7, N. '19. 
Bonhomie as a dramatic asset. R: Burton. Drama 

10: 46-7, N. '19. 
Drama after the war, what can be salvaged from 

the camps. P. Chubb. Drama 10: 26-7. O. '19. 
Drama and the school. J: Merrill. Drama 10: 22-3, 

O. '19. and following issue. 
Jewish art theatre, opening of. Nation 109: 747-8, 
D. 13, '19. 
Drinkwater, John, poet and dramatist, 1882-. 

Criticism of. St. J: Ervine. No. Am. 210: 824-36. 

D. '19. 
Portrait. Bkman. (Lond.) 67: opp. 104, D. '19. 
See Abraham Lincoln. 
Dyer, Louise, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 68: 639. D. '19. 
Eclipse, The, play by P. Oppenheim and F: Thompson. 
Description. Graphic 100: 742(J), N. 22, '19. 
Production at Garrick theatre, London, N. 1919. 
Dram. Mir. 80: 1942(t), D. 18. '19. 
Erlich (Ehrlich), Martha (Martha Mansfield), ac- 
tress. 
Portrait. Am. M. 88: D. "19. 37. 
Exchange of wives. An, play by C. Hamilton. 

Production at Bijou theatre, N. Y. city. S. 1919. 
Dram. Mir. 80: 1578(i), O. 9, '19. 
Fairbanks, Madeleine and Marion (Thanhouser 
twins), actresses. 
Portrait. Am. M. 88: D. '19, 36. 
Faithful, The, play by J: Masefield. 

Production by the Theatre Guild. Nation 109: 691-2, 
N. 8. '19. 
Fenwick, Irene, actress. 1887-. 
Portrait. McClure 61: N. '19. 28. 



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Terguson, Elsie (Mrs. T. B. Clarke, Jr.), actress. 
1883— 
Portrait! Dram. Mir. 80: 1984, D. 25, '19. — Munsey 
68: 170, O. '19. — Woman's Home C. 46: O. '19. 116. 
First No»l, The, Christmas masque with carols, by 
Famiie R. Buchanan. 
Instructions for production, il. Woman's Home C. 
46: N. '19, 49. 142. 
Fiske, Minnie Maddern (Marie Augusta Davey) 
(Mrs. Harrison Grey Fiske), actress, 1865-. 
Talks about life on both sides of the footlights, por. 
M. B. Mullet. Am. M. 88: O. '19, 37, 210-16. 
Fire o'clock, comedy by F. Bacon. 

Production at Fulton theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 80: 1662(1), O. 23. '19. 
Forxnan, Ada, dancer. 

Portrait. Theatre 30: 311, N. '19. 
Foster, Phoebe, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 68: 633, D. '19. — Theatre 30: 369, 
D. '19. 
Freeman, Helen, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 68: 340, N. '19.— Theatre 30: 376, 
D. '19. 
Oalli-Curi, Amelita, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 79: D. 25, '19, 1. 
Oaron, Pauline, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 68: 171, O. '19. 
Qateson, Marjorie, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 67: 748, S. '19. 
Qilxnore, Margalo, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 68: 631, D. '19. — Theatre 30: 
366, D. '19. 
Qirl for the boy, The, comedy adapted by A. Hurgon 
and G: Arthur. 
Production at Duke of York theatre, London. 111. 

Lond. N. 155: 528(i), O. 4, '19. 
Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 100: 500, O. 11, '19. 
Qirl in the limousine. The, farce by W. CoUison and 
A. Hopwood. 
Production at Eltinge theatre, N. Y. city. S. 1919. 
Dram. Mir. 80: 1610(|), O. 16, '19. 
Oish, Dorothy, actress, 1897-. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 80: 1447, S. 11, '19; 80: 1966. 
D. '19. —Woman's Home C. 46: O. '19, 117. 
Gish, Lillian D., actress. 1896-. 

Portrait. Munsey 67: 749, S. '19. — Woman's Home 
C. 46: O. '19. 116. 
Goddard, James, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 79: S. 25. '19. 1. 
Gold diggers. The, comedy by A. Hopwood. 

Production at Lyceum theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 80: 1579(i). O. 9, '19. — Theatre 30: 436. D. '19. 
Review. C. C. Savage. Forum 62: 622(J), D. '19. 
Green pastures and Piccadilly, play by J: Walton. 
Production at the Ambassador's theatre, London. 
111. Lond. N. 165: 262(i), Ag. 16. '19. 
Groody, Louise, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 68: 175. O. '19. 
Hackett, Arleen, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 68: 345. N. '19. 
Hamlet, play by W: Shakespeare. 

E. H. Sothem's production of. Nation 109: 566-7, N. 
1, '19. 
Hammerstein, Oscar, manager. 1847-1919. 

Death of. por. Theatre 30: 278, O. '19. 
Hast, Marjorie, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 68: 536, D. '19. — Theatre 30: 
306, N. '19. 
Hawley, Wanda, actress. 

Portrait. McClure 61: N. '19, 28. —Woman's Home 
C. 46: O. '19, 116. 
Hayes, Helen, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 68: 627, D. '19. — Theatre 30: 
317, N. '19. 
Heartbreak house, play by G. B. Shaw. 

Plot and excerpts, il. Cur. Opin. 67: 22&-32. O. '19. 
Hello Alexander, musical comedy by J. Schwartz. E. 
Smith, and Emily M. Young. 
Production at Forty-fourth street theatre, N. Y. city. 
Dram. Mir. 80: 1612(|), O. 16. '19. 
Hempel, Frieda (Mrs. W: B. Kahn), opera singer. 
Portraits. Mus. Cour. 79: D. 18, '19. 9. 



Hines, Elizabeth, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 30: 386, D. '19. 
His honor, Abe Potash, play by M. Glass and J. 
Goodman. 
Production in N. Y. city, O. 1919. Dram. Mir. 80: 
1653(i). O. 23. '19. 
Home and beauty, play by W: S. Maugham. 
Description. Graphic 100: 322(i). S. 6. '19. 
Production at the Playhouse. London. Athen. 1919, 
Pt. 2: 956(i), S. 26, '19.— 111. Lond. N. 155: 370(»). 
S. 6. '19. 
Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 100: 468, O. 4, '19. 
Hull, Henry, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 30: 215, O. '19. 
Hyland, Peggy, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 30: 253, O. '19. 
lolanthe, farce by W: S. Gilbert. 

Produced at Princess theatre, London. 111. Lond. Iz;. 

155: 700(i). N. 1. '19. 
Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 100: 620, N. 1, '19. 
Irene, musical comedy by J. Montgomery, H. Tierney, 
and J. McCarthy. 
Production at Vanderbilt theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 80: 1861(i), D. 4. '19. 
Irving, Margaret, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 68: 173. O. '19. 
Italians in Algeria, The, opera by G. Rossini. 

Revival at Metropolitan opera house, N. Y. city, 

Mus. Cour. 79: D. 11, '19. 5-6. 
Scene from (picture). Mus. Cour. 79: D. 18. '19, 8(i). 
Jack o'Jingles, play by L. M. Lion and M. Cherry. 
Description, il. Graphic 100: 384-5. S. 20. '19. 
Production at the New theatre. London. 111. Lond. 
N. 155:404(i),S. 13, '19. 
Kanders, Helen, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 79:, S. 18, '19, 37. 
Kelly, Gregory, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 30: 215. O. '19. 
Eenyon, Doris, actress, 1897-. 

Portrait. Munsey 67: 746, S. '19; 68: 349, N. '19. 
King, Claude, actor. 

Portrait (with Ethel Barrymore) in Declassee. Theatre 
30: 105, N. '19. 
Lady of Lyons, The, play by Bulwer-Lytton. 

Revival at the Scala theater, London. Athen. 1919, 
pt. 2: 726 (i), Ag. 8. '19. 
Larrimore, Francine (Adler), actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 80: 1754, N. 13, '19. — Munsey 
68: 348, N. '19. 
League of nations, pageant by L. N. Parker. 

Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 100: 678-9, N. 15, '19. 
Levy, Bert, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 30: 217, O. '19. 
Liluli, play by R. Rolland. 

Sketch of. Cur. Opin. 67: 236(1), O. '19. 
Linger longer, Letty, musical comedy by Anna Nichols. 
A. Goodman, and B. Grosman. 
Production at Fulton Theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 80: 1861 (J), D. 4, '19. 
Little blue devil. The, musical comedy by H. Carroll 
and H. Atteridge. 
Production at Central theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 80: 1756 (|), N. 13. '19. — Theatre 30: 424, 
426, D. '19. 
Loftus, Gladys, actress. 

Portrait. Am. M. 88: D. '19, 37. 
Lost leader. The, drama by L. Robinson. 

Production at Greenwich Village theatre, N. Y. city. 
Theatre 30: 368, D. '19. 
Lubovska, Desiree, dancer. 

Portrait. Theatre 30: 311. N. '19. 
Lusmore, play by Rita Olcott and Grace Heyer. 

Production at Henry Miller's theatre. N. Y. city. S. 

1919. Drama. Mir. 80: 1504 (i). S. 25. '19. 
Scene from (picture). Theatre 30: 376, D. '19. 
Mackaye, Dorothea, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 30: 386. D. '19. 
Mackeller, Helen, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 68: 630, D. '19. 
MacManamy, Sue, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 30: 239, O. '19. 



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Mafic melody, The, operetta by F: A. Kummer, 

Wilmer and S. Romberg. 
Production at Shubert theatre, N. Y. citv. Dram. Mir. 
1792 (J), N. 20, '19. — Theatre 30: 368. D. '19. 
aggie, musical comedy by M. M. Lattes. 
Criticism. Graphic 100: 620 (i), N. 1, '19. 
Production at Oxford theatre, London. 111. Lond. 

N. 155: 700 (i), N. 1, '19. 
akalif, Edznund, dancer. 
Portrait. Theatre 30: 311, N. '19. 
Mason, Shirley (Leonie Flugrath), actress. 
Portrait. Theatre 30: 400, D. '19. 
atzenauer, Margaret (Mme. E. Ferrari-Fontana), 

opera singer. 
Portrait. Mus. Cour. 79: S. 11, '19, 1. 
Maurice, dancer. 

Portrait. Theatre 30: 300, N. '19. 
Meighan, Thomas, actor, 1884-. 

Portrait. McClure 51: N. '19, 28. 
Merchant of Venice, The, play by W: Shakespeare. 
Production at Court theatre, London. Athen. 1919, 

pt. 2: 1043 (J), O. 17, '19. — III. Lond. N. 155: 

612 (i), O., 18, '19. 
eredith, Lois, actress. 
Portraits. McClure 51: D. '19, 26. 
ielziner, Leo, Jr., actor. 
Portrait. Theatre 30: 313, N. '19. 
ikado, comic opera by W: S. Gilbert and A. SuUivan. 
Revival at Shubert theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. Mir. 

80: 1465 (i), S. 18, '19. 
Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 100: 742, N. 22, '19. 
iller Marilyn, actress. 
Portrait. Am. M. 88: D. '19, 35. 

ter, Mary Miles (Juliet Shelby), actress, 1902-. 
Portrait. Dram. Mir. 80: 1591, O. 9, '19. — Munsey 

68: 347, N. '19. — Theatre 30: 248, O. '19. 
iss Millions, musical comedy by R. Burnside and R. 

Hubbell. 
Production at Punch and Judy theatre, N. Y. city. 

Dram. Mir. 80: 1981 (i), D. 25, '19. 
ionsieur Beaucaire, opera by F:Londsdale and A. 

Messager. 
Production at New Amsterdam theatre, N. Y. city. 

Dram. Mir. 80: 1981 (J). D. 25, '19. 
onterey, Carlotta, actress. 
Portrait. Theatre 30: 293, N. '19. 
core, Florence (Mrs. J. Schwob), actress. 
Portrait. Munsey 67: 744, S. '19. 
oving pictures. 
Making of, risks and amusing incidents in actors' work. 

H. Corey, il. Everybody's 41 : O. '19, 52-7, 109-1 1. 
Music and the motion-pictures. M. M. Hansford. 

Mus. Cour. 79, Ag. 28, '19, 29 (1). 
Screen success. H. Turnbull. il. Collier's 64: S. 27, 

'19, 21-2, 44-6. 
iuzio, Claudia, opera singer. 
Portrait. Mus. Cour. 79: D. 18, '19, 1, 46. 
:y lady friends, farce by E. Nyitray and F. Mandel. 
Production at Comedy theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 

Mir. 80: 1940 (i), D. 18, '19. 
iapoleon, play by H. Trench. 

Description, il. Graphic 100: 582 (i), O. 25, '19. 
et, The, play by M. Ambient. 
Production at Scala theatre, London. Athen. 1919, 

pt. 2: 1075 (i), O. 24. '19. — 111. Lond. N, 156: 

654(i),0.25, '19. 
ewcombe, Mary, (Mrs. R. Edeson), actress. 
Portrait. Theatre 30: 369, D. '19. 
ightie night, farce by Martha M. Stanley and Adelaide 

Matthews. 
Approved. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 74: 548 (i), S. 25, '19. 
Production at Princess theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 

Mir. 80: 1504 (i). Dram. Mir. 80: S. 25, '19. 
Review. C. C. Savage. Forum 62: 500, O.-N. '19. 
brmand, Mabel, actress, 1892-. 
Portrait. Woman's Home C. 46: O. '19, 117. 
On the hiring line, comedy by Harriet Ford and H. 

O'Higgins. 
Production at Criterion theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 

Mir. 80: 1692 (J), O. 30. '19. — Theatre 30: 368, 

424, D. '19. 



One night in Rome, play by J : H. Manners. 

Description. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 74: 1024 (i), D, 18, 

19. 
Production at Criterion theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 80: 1941 (J). D. 18, '19. 
Opera. 

Children's Christmas operettas. Frieda Hem pel il 
Delin. 95: D. '19, 30(i). 
Opera in England. 

London. Revival of Savoy opera. Graphic 1(X): 412. 
S. 27, '19. 
Palmy days, drama by A. Thomas. 

Production at Playhouse, N. Y. city. il. Theatre 
30: 367, 389, D. '19. 
Parade, one-act ballet by Jean Cocteau and Erik Satie. 

Description. Graphic 100: 748 (i), N. 22, '19. 
Patti, Adelina (Baroness Rolf Cederstrom), opera 
singer, 1843-1919. 
Appreciation. Nation 109: 491 (i), O. 11, '19. 
Portrait. Graphic 100: 476, O. 4, '19. 
Pawn, Doris, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 30: 404, D. '19. 
Pearson, Virginia (Mrs. S. Lewis) actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 30: 286, O. '19. 
Pennington, Ann, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 30: 219, O. '19. 
Phantom legion. The, play by A. P. Kelly. 

Production at Playhouse, N. V. city. Dram. Mir. 80: 
1981 (i), D. 25, '19. 
Pickford, Mary (Gladys Smith) (Mrs. O. Moore). 
1893-. 
Sketch, por. Nat'l M. 48: 400, 428, O. '19. 
Post, Guy Bates, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 30: 215, O. "19. 
Pratt, Margaret (Swain) (Mrs. Donald), actress and 
director of pageants. 
Appreciation, por. M. Kinnan. Everybody's 41: 
O. '19, 23. 
Pringle, Jessie, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 30 : 393, D. '19. 
Raisa, Rosa, opera singer. 

Portrait as Basiliola in La nave. Mus. Cour. 79: 
D. 4, '19, 1. 
Rambeau, Marjorie, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 30: 233. O. '19. 
Rea, Virginia, opera singer. 

Portrait. Theatre 30: 320, N. '19. 
Recoil, The, a play in one act, by E. L. Hughes. 

Text. Canad. M. 54: 125-36, D. '19. 
Regular feller, A, comedy by M. Swan. 

Production at Cort theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. Mir, 

80: 1466 (i), S. 18, '19. — Theatre 30: 280, O. '19. 
Scene from (picture). Theatre 30: 379, D. '19. 
Reparation, play by L. N. Tolstoi. 

Description. Graphic 100: 474 (i), O. 4, '19. 
Production at St. James theatre, London. Athen. 

1919, pt. 2: 1011, O. 10, '19. 
Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 100: 640, O. 18, '19. 
Rise of Silas Lapham, The, comedy by Lillian Sabine, 
based on novel by W: D. Howells. 
Production at Garrick theatre. N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 80: 1901 (i), D. 11, '19. 
Rose of China, The, musical comedy by G. Bolton, 
P. G. Wodehouse and A. Veesey. 
Production at Lyric theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. Mir. 
80: 1901 (i). D. 11, '19. 
Rossini, Gioachino, composer, 1792-1868. 

Secrets of his success. E. di Pirani. il. Etude 37: 
767-8, D. '19. 
Rothier, Leon, opera singer. 

Portrait. Theatre 30: 297, N. '19. 
Rotters, The, burlesque play by H. F. Maltby. 

Production at Kingsway theatre, London. Athen. 
1919, pt. 2: 790 (i), Ag. 22, '19. 
Sacred and profane love, play by E. A. Bennett. 
Description, il. Graphic 100: 706 (i), N. 16, '19. 
Scandal, comedv by C. Hamilton. 

Criticism. J. S. Metcalf. Life 74: 549. S. 26. '19. 
Plot. C. C. Savage. Forum 62: 604-6, O.-N. '19. 
Production at 39th street theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
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Scott, Mabel Julienne, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 30: 404. D. '19. 
See-MW, musical comedy by E. D. Biggers and L. 
Hirsch, adapted from novel, Love insurance. 
Production at Cohan theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. Mir. 

80: 1538 (J). O. 2. '19. 
Review. C. C. Savage. Forum 62: 505 (i). O.-N. '19. 
Selbini, Lalla, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 68: 339. N. '19. 
Shakespeare, William, dramatist. 1564-1616. 

Shakespeare as a baseball fan. C. Veatch. Munsey 

68: 112-13. O. '19. 
Strange performances of Shakespeare's plays. B. 
Matthews. Munsey 07: 6.3.5-9, S. '19. 
She would and she did, comedy by M. Reed. 

Production at Vanderbilt theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 80: 1504 (J). S. 23. '19. 
Shipxnan, Samuel, dramatist. 

Interview. H. Koppel. Dram. 10: 58-9, N. '19. 
Shirley, Florence, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 30: 299. N. '19. 
Smith, Queenie, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 68: 536. D. '19. 
Son-daughter, The, play by G: Scarborough and D: 
Belasco. 
Description. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 74:898 (J). N. 27, 

'19. 
Production at Belasco theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 80: 1861 (i). D. 4, '19. 
Sothem, Edward Hugh, actor, 1859-. 

As Hamlet. C. C. Savage. Forum 62: 621, D. '19. — 
Nation 109: 566-7, N. 1, '19. 
Starr, Frances (Grant), actress, 1886- . 

Stage beginnings, pors. Delin. 95: O. '19, 12, 85-6. 
My views on marriage, pors. Delin. 95: N. '19, 
12, 87. 
Storm, The, play by L. McCormick. 

Production at Forty-eighth street theatre, N. Y. citv. 
Dram. Mir. 80: 1612 (J), O. 16, '19. 
Struve, Carl, opera singer. 

Sketch, pors. Mus. Cour. 79: D. 18, '19, 31 (i). 
Summertime, play by L: N. Parker. 

Description. Graphic 100: 660 (i), N. 8, '19. 
Production at Royalty theatre, London. 111. Lond. 
N. 155: 748 (i), N. 8, '19. 
Swanson, Gloria, actress. 

Portrait. McClure 51: N. '19, 28. 
Tarasova, Nina, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 30: 311, N. "19. 
Tell, Olive, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 68: 537, D. '19. 
Tempest, The, play by W: Shakespeare. 

Production at Royal Victoria Hall, London. Athen. 
1919, pt. 2: 1074-5, O. 24, '19. 
Tetraszini, Luisa. opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 79: N. 20, '19, 1. 
Theatre. 

Audiences of yesterday. D. Frohman. Theatre 30: 

294-5, N. '19. 
Challenge of the theatre to-day to the colleges and 

universities. F. Koch. Drama 10: 63-5. N. '19. 
Co-operative theatre. R. Peters. Theatre 30: 214. 

216. O. '19. 
When theatre audiences struck. R. A. Simon. Theatre 
30: 314, N. '19. 
Theatre, municipal. 

Example of Northampton, Mass. W. P. Eaton. 
Drama 10: 9-11, O. '19. 
Theatres in America. 

Hollywood community theatre. Alice Lynch. il. 
Drama 10: 47-50, N. '19. 
Three kisses, play by Margaretta Scott. 

Text. Drama 10: 15-21, O. '19. 
Three's a crowd, farce by E. D. Biggers and C. Morley. 
Criticism. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 74: 1025( J), D. 18, '19. 
Production at Cort theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. Mir. 
80: 1940(1), D. 18, '19. 
Those who walk in darkness, drama by O. Davis, 
from the novel by P. P. Sheehan. 
Production at 48th street theatre. N. Y. citv. il. 
Theatre 30: 224-5, O. '19. 



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Tiger Rose, drama by W. Mack. 

Production at Savoy theatre, London. 111. Lond. 

155: 654(i), O. 25. '19. 
Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 100: 690. N. 15, 'i 
Too many cooks, play by F. Craven. 

Production at Savoy theatre. London. Athen. 1919. 

pt. 2:890-91. S. 12. '19. — 111. Lond. N. 155: 404(i), 

S. 13. '19. Ml 

Too many husbands, play by W: S. Maugham. fl 

Production at Booth theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. MW 

80: 1654(i), O. 23, '19. 
Review. Nation 109: 548(J), O. 25. '19. 
Tracy, Cora, opera singer. 

Portrait. Theatre 30: 320, N. '19. 
Trimmed in scarlet, play by W: J. Hurlbut. 

Production at Court theatre, London. Athen. 1919, 
pt. 2:923-4, S. 19, '19. 
Trojan women. The, tragedy by Euripides. 

Production in London. Athen. 1919, pt. 2: 1130, 
O. 31, '19. — 111. Lond. N. 155: 654(i), O. 25, '19. 
Twelfth Night, comedy by W: Shakespeare. 

Tudor "Twelfth Night" in Russia. O. M. Sayles. il. 
Drama 10: 3-7, 37-8, O. '19. 
Ulric, Lenore, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 30: 377, D. '19. 
Unknown woman. The, play by Marjorie Blaine and 
W. Mack. 
Production at Maxine Elliott's theatre, N. Y. city. 
Dram. Mir. 80: 1792(i), N. 20. '19. 
Up from nowhere, play by B. Tarkington and H. L. 
Wilson. 
Production at Comedy theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 80: 1465(i), S. 18, '19. — Theatre 30: 280, O. 
•19. 
Review. C. C. Savage. Forum 62: 501(i), O.-N. '19. 
Velie, Janet, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 68: 172, O. '19. 
Voice from the minaret. The, play by R. S. Hichens. 
Criticism. Athen. 1919, pt. 2: 825, S. 5, '19. 
Description. Graphic 100: 322(i). S. 6, '19. 
Production at Globe theatre, London. 111. Lond. N. 

155:370(i),S. 6, '19. 
Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 100: 359, S. 13, '19. 
Wales, Irene, actress. 

Portrait. Am. M. 88: D. '19, 37. 
Ward, Juana, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 30: 239, O. '19. 
Webb, Clifton, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 30: 215, O. '19. 
Weber, Lucien, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 30: 396, D. '19. 
Wedding bells, comedy by S. Field. 

Production at Harris theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. Mir. 
80: 1825(i), N. 27, '19. — Theatre 30: 367, D. '19. 
Where's your wife, play by T. G. Springer, Fleta C. 
Springer, and J. Noel. 
Production at Punch and Judy theatre, N. Y. city. 
Dram. Mir. 80: 1612(i). O. 16. '19. 
White, Pearl, actress. 1889-. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 80: 1985, D. 25, '19. — Theatre 
30: 404, D. '19. 
Who's Hooper? musical comedy by F. Thompson. 
Praise. Graphic 100: 402(i). S. 20. '19. 
Production at Adelphi theatre. London. 111. Lond. N. 

155* 492(i) S. 27 '19. 
Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 100: 649, N. 8, '19. 
Winwood, Estelle, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre .30: 316, N. '19. 
Withee, Mabel, actress. 

Portratit. Munsey 68: 177, O. '19. 
Witherspoon, Cora, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 30: 366, D. '19. 
Wood, Peggy, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 68: 532, D. '19. — Theatre 30: 
239, O. '19. 
Wynn, Ed, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 30: 231, O. '19. 
Toung, Clara Kimball, actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 80: 2002, D. 25, '19. 



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MAGAZINE NOTES 

Ajax is "a monthly magazine for lovers of liter- 
ature" and published at Alton, Illinois. Vol. 5, no. 6, 
has come to our table and is dated thus: "April, 1919, 
(delayed issue, published May, 1920)." We admire 
the frankness of this publisher and hope he will 
catch up in time. The magazine is entirely devoted 
to poems and, the contents having no temporal appeal, 
there is no necessity of keeping up-to-date in issue, 
when the publisher is so busy about other matters. 
Why have any date on it at all, that would obviate 
a lot of bother answering letters about delayed issue! 

Annals of Iowa, April, 1920, has come in its smil- 
ing yellow cover again, having failed to appear from 
October, 1915, until now on account of the world war. 
Third series, vol. 12, no. 3, was October, 1915; vol. 12, 
no. 4, is April, 1920. We are glad the publisher 
makes it very clear right on the cover that so many 
years were skipped. Others should take a lesson 
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Builders' Journal, Boston, is a new candidate for 
support in the building field, and is a monthly worthy 
of patronage by all interested. The publishers are 
known by the very high standard they have kept in 
The Architectural Forum, their other and widely 
known monthly. Vol. 1, no. 1, May, 1920, $2.00 
a year. 

These are the days of historical reviews, and a 
delightfully interesting one is the new series of the 
Review of historical publications relating to Canada, 
called The Canadian Historical Review, vol. 1, no. 1, 
March, 1920. It is a quarterly at $2.00 yearly. 
About half the issue is devoted to reviews of books. 
It will be added to our Magazine Subject- Index. 

Engineering Production is a new British monthly 
published by Iliffe & Sons, Ltd., of London. Vol. 1, 
no. 1, was January, 1920. Quarto size, fully illus- 
trated. We commend it to large American libraries. 

The Family (vol. 1, no. 1, March, 1920) is the new 
charity organ of the now-called "American Associa- 
tion for Organizing Family Social Work." We won- 
der why all the associations and periodicals covering 
the field formerly called Charity are afraid longer to 
use that word in their titles. Charities became Survey 
several years ago. National Conference for Charities 
and Correction, is now National Conference for Social 
Work. Old associations are now known by new names! 
— the "Family Welfare Association" of Baltimore 
(Federated charities); "Bureau of Social Work," 
Hamilton, Ohio, (Federated charities); "Kenosha 
Service League" (Associated charities); "Community 
Service Association" of Lancaster, Pa. (Charity soci- 
ety); "Public Welfare Association" of Madison (Asso- 
ciated charities); "Social Service Bureau" of Muncie, 
Ind. (Associated charties); "Social Service Federa- 
tion" of Toledo (Federation of charities"). 

Bowling Green, Ohio, is the recreative spot which 
gave birth to our latest historical magazine. Guess 
what mental process a would-be-historical-periodical- 
publisher goes through, or into, when deciding on a 
name that won't conflict with some other magazine's 
title. "Magazine of American History" was a good 
one, and caused the real successor to use "Magazine 
of History" as some outsider had grabbed the old 
title a few months too soon. "Journal of History," 
"Historical Magazine," and "American Historical 
Magazine" have been used, as well as "American 
Historical Review," and "American Historical Regis- 
ter." "The Magazine of Western History" became 
"National Magazine" before its ignominious death. 
"Historical Outlook" is a good name for the "History 
Teacher's Magazine." What did Bowling Green, 
Ohio, do?^ "The National Magazine of American 
History" is the all-inclusive name chosen. Vol. 1, 
no. 1, January, 1920. The contents cover short 
pieces under such heads as "Historical comment," 
and "Selections and writings on early American 
history." 

Printer's Ink, that little pigmy of a weekly maga- 
zine, has a big overgrown illustrated brother. Printer's 
Ink Monthly, born December, 1919, and doing 
nicely; — so nicely that demands for early issues 
can't be filled any more. Only $2.00 a year, too. 
Such should be encouraged, even if the poor agents 
are allowed no commission on subscriptions to it. 

The Red Flame that is Burning the Heart Out of 
North Dakota began its career in November, 1919, 
and is a vivid protest against the so-called "Farmer's 
movement" that has gained control of the State 
government for a few radicals. The name appeals to us. 
Why not change Harvey's Weekly to "The man that 
is spoiling the United States." 



NEW BOOKS BY LIBRARIANS 

Locke, G. H. When Canada was new France. 
This delightful little history-book, intended for 
children, but enjoyable to any person no matter 
whether old or young, tells the vivid, wonderful his- 
tory of Canada during the two hundred years when 
it was so closely connected with the France of Henry 
of Navarre, and England of the Tudors. It is illus- 
trated with Indian pictures, — reproductions of the 
Iroquois Indian groups which form the Myron H. 
Clark Memorial in the Museum at Albany. The 
last two chapters are lists of stories and poems which 
illustrate references in the book. 

Toronto, J. M. Dent & Sons, Ltd. 154 pp. 1919. Cloth, 
$1.25. 

JASTROW, Morris, Jr. The Eastern Question 
and its Solution. A small volume by one whose know- 
ledge of the East gives him a right to a careful hear- 
ing as he sets forth America's interest in the right 
settlement of the Eastern question. His chapters 
are entitled: The failure of European diplomacy in 
the Near East; The present situation; Mandates not 
a solution; Internationalism as a solution of the 
Eastern question. 

Philadelphia. J. B. Lippincott Co. 158 pp. and map. 1920. 
Cloth. $1.50. 

Cleland, Ethel, compiler. Five hundred busi- 
ness books, with an introduction by John Cotton 
Dana. The remarkable growth in the number of 
books on business, and for business men, and about 
business methods is one of the noticeable develop- 
ments in the publishers' lists of recent years. There 
are already several "lists" of these business books 
available. The one before us is divided into General 
business; Commerce; Finance; Bookkeeping, account- 
ting, and auditing; Factory organization ; Advertising; 
Office practice; Salesmanship; Retail trade; Insur- 
ance. It has at the end an author and subject index, 
and publishers' directory. 

Oct. 1, 1919. Washington, D. C. American Library Asso- 
ciation, Library War Service. 72 pp. Paper. 

Sayers, W. C. Berwick. Manual of Library 
Economy, by the late James Duff Brown. Third 
and memorial edition revised and rewritten by W. C. 
Berwick Sayers. A most valuable treatise for the 
English librarian, revised by a competent hand. 
Of interest also to all American librarians for the 
great number of hints and descriptions of appliances 
it gives. The field is fully covered, from sites and 
plans, shelving and accessories, furniture, down 
through Book selection, Accessions, Classification 
schemes. Cataloguing, Book display. Filing and 
indexing. Binding, Issue methods. Book distribu- 
tion. There are chapters on Reading room, Chil- 
dren's department, The library and the school, Rural 
libraries. Appendix II gives a list of books for The 
librarian's library or the required tools of the pro- 
fession. It is unfortunately not entirely up-to-date, 
there being no mention of theBuUetin of Bibliography , 
which since 1897 has been full of material and 
reference lists of value to librarians and which is on 
the list of periodicals to be included in the Library 
Association "Index to Periodicals." Furthermore, 
the many publications of The Boston Book Co. on 
library economy are since 1918 issued under the 
imprint of The F. W. Faxon Co., and should have 
been so listed. G. O. Ward's book on "The prac- 
tical use of books and libraries" is now in the third 
edition (1917), revised and enlarged, and Mr. Ward 
has issued in 1919 a new and companion book en- 



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titled "Suggestive outlines and methods for teaching 
the use of the library." Dr. A. E. Bostwick would 
hardly be recognized as "Bostock," and William Isaac 
Fletcher appears as W. J. Fletcher. A revised edition 
of Fay-E^ton, "Instruction in the use of books and 
libraries" was issued in 1919, superseding the one 
noted by Mr. Sayers. Under Periodical Indexes, 
Poole's Index seems still to be alive, tho' dead these 
14 years, and no mention is made of Magazine 
Subject- Index, 1907 to date, or Reader's Guide 
Supplement, or Industrial Arts Index. 
London. Grafton & Co.. New York, H. W. Wilson Co. 1920. 
519 pp. Cloth, $5.00 in America, 25 shillings in Great Britain. 

Guthrie, Anna L., compiler. Index to St. 
Nicholas, vols. 1-44, 1873-1918. The bringing up 
to date of the St. Nicholas index, in one alphabet, 
dictionary form, is a boon to all librarians, especially 
where work with children is done. A storehouse of 
information on all subjects is now easily accessible 
by the use of this book of 479 pages just issued by 
the H. W. Wilson Co. of New York. It is sold on 
the Wilson service plan, price according to the use 
made of it, small libraries getting it for less than 
large ones. 

New York. H. W. Wilson Co. 479 pp. 1920. Cloth. 

CusHMAN, Josephine A. The Rubber Industry. 
A useful, 21-page pamphlet has just been issued 
by Josephine A. Cushman, associate librarian of the 
Municipal University of Akron (Ohio) entitled, "A 



special library for the rubber industry." It is the 

first of a series of "Faculty-studies" of this University, 

and is very timely in a city where so g^eat a part 

of the business is devoted to rubber manufacture. 

Akron, Ohio. The Municipal University of Akron. 21 pp. 
1920. 

From the press of H. W. Wilson Co., we note the 
following new books: 

Phelps, Edith M., compiler. Selected articles 
on the American Merchant Marine. 2d and enlarged 
edition. (Debater's Handbook Series.) 

New York. H. W. Wilson Co. 344 pp. 1920. Cloth, $1.50- 

JOHNSEN, Julia E., compiler. Selected articles 
on the employment of women. Compiled by 
Edna D. Bullock, second and enlarged edition by 
Julia E. Johnsen. (Debater's Handbook Series.) 

New York. H. W. Wilson Co. 214 pp. 1920. Cloth. $1.25. 

Bacon Corinne, compiler. Children's Catalog, 
Supplement, 1916-1919. This replaces the 1918 
supplement, so that there will be but one place to 
refer to, after consulting the 1916 catalog, in order to 
be up-to-date. This new supplement covers 700 
books, with analytical entries for 104 volumes. At 
the end of the volume will be found supplementary 
lists on: — Aids to story-telling. List of French books 
for boys and girls. Books on European War for high 
school boys and girls, and List of books analyzed. 

New York. H. W. Wilson Co. 108 pp. 1919. Paper, 60c. 



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BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF LIBRARIANS AND BIBLIOGRAPHERS 

XXVI 
RAYMOND CAZALLIS DAVIS, 1836-1919 

By W. W. Bishop 



To the older generation of librarians 
Raymond Davis of the University of Michi- 
gan was a familiar name and to many a 
warm friend. To a generation of students at 
Michigan he was both. His kindly pres- 
ence, his modest ways, his friendly thought 
followed them long after they left the Uni- 
versity and its library behind them. His 
was a life of service, unpretentious, devoted, 
I steadfast. He lived in and for his library, 
j and into it he built something of his rugged 
I honesty, his rigid standards of excellence, 
ihis public spirit. He "kept the faith" amid 
difhculties and against odds. And on his 
'foundation his successors have built large 
i because of his labors. 

I The facts of his life are few and simple. 
; Born the son of a sea captain in Maine, 
trained in rural "academies" of the severe 
iNew England type, gaining experience 
I (and losing health) in a marvelous voyage 
I around the world on his father's ship, 
'educated at the University of Michigan 
(where he should have graduated with the 
class of 1859 but for illness which pre- 



vented), first assistant librarian and then 
(in 1877) librarian. A continuous service 
from that year until 1905, and a term as 
librarian emeritus until 1919. This is the 
record, the "short and simple annals" of a 
typical American scholar of his day. 

He was too burdened with work and with 
precarious health to be a voluminous con- 
tributor to professional literature, but he 
found time to share in the compilation of 
Poole's Index and to write occasionally for 
the library press. He lectured in bibliog- 
raphy down until a few years before his 
death, and had ready for the press an ex- 
tensive book in the history of the book- 
arts when the long and painful illness which 
finally caused his death stopped all literary 
work in 1917. 

It is as a man that we who knew and 
loved him shall remember him. His friend- 
ship still counts in the lives of many libra- 
rians and of many more alumni of his college. 
He did his share of the world's work, but he 
was himself greater than any of his achieve- 
ments. 



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DEPARTMENT OF APPLIED LIBRARY ECONOMY 
READING ROOM FOR THE BLIND, DETROIT PUBLIC LIBRARY 



Through the joint efforts of the Detroit 
Public Library and the Committee on the 
Handicapped of the Detroit Community 
Union, more intensive and extensive library 
service for the Blind is being attempted. 

Since the establishment of a special read- 
ing room for blind people at Lothrop Branch 
Library in May, 1919, the circulation of 
books among the Blind has almost doubled. 

In the selection of books and in the fitting 
up of the reading-room, the special needs of 
the Blind have been well considered, so 
that the reading-room is becoming a real 
factor in their lives. As nearly as possible, 
they are given the same advantages of book 
service as are more fortunate people with 
eyesight. 

The idea of the librarian in charge, a 
person who has been associated with the 
Blind since childhood, is that they should 
not be made objects of charity, but be given 
the chance to overcome their handicap so 
that they can live normal, busy, interested, 
independent lives. They are taught to 
read the blind type, furnished books so 
that they can follow up their special inter- 
ests, helped in research work. Questions are 
looked up and answered as in any reference 
department, and telephone information ser- 
vice is given. The Committee on the 
Handicapped has supplied the room with 
typewriters and has conducted classes in 
typewriting; it has also furnished a teacher 
for those learning to read the blind type. 

The reading-room has been fitted up with 
chairs, tables, and pictures to make it seem 
pleasant and familiar. A social evening 
is held once a week with tea talk and group 
reading. The Saturday evening gathering 



is quite popular and the reading aloud, 
usually something light or of general interest, 
and the discussion which feature the event, 
afford a good opportunity to introduce new 
books and new ideas. 

In the selection of new books, the prefer- 
ence of the blind patrons is favored, a small 
committee from among them being asked 
to choose new titles. 

Most of the books borrowed are asked for 
over the telephone and are sent out by 
parcel post, the mail carrier stopping at 
the library three times a week. The librarian 
has negotiated with the postal department 
for return parcel post service, i.e., for the 
carrier to stop at the homes of the blind 
for parcels of books to be returned to the 
library. This will be a special boon for 
that large percentage of the Blind who are 
timorous about venturing out in the streets 
as far as a parcel post station. 

All privileges of interlibrary loans are 
available for the blind. If a blind per- 
son asks for a book which the Detroit 
Library cannot supply in blind type, the 
librarian arranges to borrow it from some 
other library. The request may be tele- 
phoned by the blind person to Lothrop 
Branch, and the book ordered from another 
library be delivered finally at the reader's 
door. For those who have not yet learned 
to read Braille or Point, the librarian is 
organizing a corps of readers to visit at 
their homes and read aloud. The blin 
person telephones the library and makes 
appointment for some one to read to hi 
and one of the volunteer assistants keeps 
the appointment. This is the latest form 
of extension of library work for the Blind. 



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THE PIPE ORGAN: A BIBLIOGRAPHY 

By Kenneth C. Walker 

PART III 



Dictionaries. 

Groves, Sir George, comp. 

Dictionary of music and musicians. 1909. 4v. 
— Same. Ed. 2. Ed.byJ. A.F.Maitland. 1906-10. 

5v. 
Locher, C. 

Dictionary of the organ. 1914. Dutton. 
Dlruta, G. 

Del transilvano; dialogo sopra 11 vera modo di sonar 
organi ed istromenti. 1609-12. 2 v. in 1. Venetia. 
Ditson, Oliver. 

Improved organ instruction book. n.d. Boston. 



Dresden, Germany, see St. Sophia, Dresden, Germany; 
under heading Specifications. 

Edwards, C. A. 

Organs and organ building; a treatise on the history 
and construction of the organ, from its origin to the 
present time with important specifications. 1881. 
Bazaar office, London. 

Eichler, C. 

Die orgel; ihre beschreibung, behandlung, und ges- 
chichte; insbesondre fUr angehende organisten, ein- 
gefUhrt durch Dr. Th. Eisernlohr. 1858. Stuttgart. 



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Electric organ, The story of, by J. W. Hinton. 
EUiaton, Thomas. 

Organs and tuning; a treatise on the construction, 
mechanianism, and fine tuning of the instrument. 
1895. 
Elson, Louis C. 

History of American music. 1904. Macmillan. (The 
history of American art series, ed. by J. C. Van 
Dyke.) 
Enfframelle, Marie Dominique Joseph. 

La tonotechnie, ou I'art de noter les cylindes d'orgues. 
1775. Paris. 
Esty Organ Company, Brattleboro, Vermont. 

Esty pipe organs for churches, chapels, lodges, concert 
halls, and private residences, n.d. The Company. 

— Esty pipe organs for the music room. n.d. The 

Company. 

This pamphlet contains good illustrations of organs in pri- 
vate homes with a few suitable specifications. 

Faust, Oliver Cromwell. 

Treatise on the construction, repairing, and tuning of 

the organ, including the reed organ, the ochestrelle, 

and the piano player. 1905, 

A small concise publication explaining in a plain way the 
principles involved in the art of tuning, including, of course, 
hints to the faults an organist is likely to encounter. Illus- 
trated with many clear diagrams. 

Flight, 

Practical theory and instruction: How to tune the 
organ or pianoforte, n.d. Schuberth. 
Frankfort, Germany, see St. Paul's, Frankfort, Ger- 
many; under heading Specifications. 
Freund, John C. 

Piano and organ purchaser's guide for 1916. Music 
trades company. 

— Same. 1900. 2v. 
Qebhardi, Ludwig E. 

Theoretisch-praktische orgelschule. n.d. Leipzig. 
Oorlitz, Prussia, see Frauen kirche, Gorlitz, Prussia; 

under heading Specifications. 
Qotha, Qermany, see St. Augustin, Gotha, Germany 

under heading Specifications. 
Great Barrington, Mass., see First Congregational 

church. Great Barrington, Mass.; under heading 

Specifications. 
Great organ in Boston Music Hall; a brief history of the 

enterprise from its commencement. 1866. Boston. 

Ticknor Fields. 
Grove, Sir George, comp. 

Dictionary of music and musicians. 4v. 1900. Mac- 
millan. 

— Same. Ed. by J. A. F. Maitland, 5v. 1904-1910. 

Macmillan. 

This encyclopedia is the Britanica of the musical world. 
Contains history of the organ as well as an outline of the 
mechanical end. Includes list of stops. 
Haarlem, Holland, see St. Bavon, Haarlem, Holland; 

under heading Specifications. 
Hadow, W. H., ed., see Oxford history of music. 
Hall, Frederick S. 

Musical instruments and materials; being the report 
on musical instruments and materials for the Twelfth 
(U. S.) census. 

Gives brief sketches of the history and development of 
pianos, organs . . . and statistics of the American manu- 
facture. Carnegie Library of Piitsburgh. 

Hall Organ Company, New Haven, Connecticut. 
Pipe organs, n.d. The Company. 

Includes descriptions of particular organs installed by the 
Company. 

— Hamburgh, Germany, see St. Nicholas, Hamburgh, 

Germany; under heading Specifications. 

Hamel, 

Nouveau manual complet du facteur d'orgues. 4v. 
1849. Paris. (Manuels-Roret.) 
Hamilton, James Alexander. 

Catechism of the organ, n.d. Schuberth. 

— Same. Ed. 3. With an introduction and list of the 

principal organs in Great Britain, Ireland, Germany, 
France, and Switzerland, by Joseph Warren. 1842. 
London. Cocks. 

— Same. 4th ed. rev. 1865. London. Cocks. 



Heum, J. van. 

De oregelmaaker. Dordrecht. 1804-5. 3v. 
Hill, Arthur George. 

Organ-cases and organs of the middle ages and renais- 
sance; a comprehensive essay on the art, archaeology 
of the organ, with architectural and historical ac- 
counts of the more remarkable organ-casec and 
organs still remaining in various parts of Europe. 
1883. Limited edition. 
Hinton, John William. 

Facts about organs. 1882. 

— Organ construction. 1900. London. Simpkin. 

— Story of the electric organ. 1909. London. Simpkin. 
History. 

Audsley, G. A. 

Art of organ building. 2 v. 1905. 
Ambros, A. W. 

Geschichte de musik. v. 1-5. 1909. 
Buck, Dudley. 

Influence of the organ in history. 1873. 
Burney, Charles. 

General history of music. 4v. 1782-1789. 
The first volume of this was published in 1776, the same 
year in which Sir John Hawkins' work appeared. Carnegie 
Library of Pittsburgh. 

"Between the two rival histories the public's decision was 
loud and immediate in favor of Dr. Burney. Time . . . has 
brought the merits of each work to their fair and proper level 
— adjudging to Burney the palm of style and arrangement, 
and amusing narrative, and to Hawkins the credit of minute 
accuracy and deeper research." Grove's Dictionary of music. 

Grove, Sir George, comp. 

Dictionary of music and musicians. 4 v. 1900. 

— Same. Ed. by J. A. F. Maitland. 5v. 1904-1910. 
Hawkins, Sir John. 

General history of music. 3v. 1853. 

— Same. 1776. 

"Antiquated . . . but nevertheless valuable to the student 
because of their voluminous illustrations." H. C. Krehbiel. 

Hill, A. G. 

Organ-cases and organs of the middle ages and 
renaissance. 1883. 
Hopkins, E. J. and Rimbault. E. F. 

The organ; its history and construction, preceded 
by a new history of the organ by E. F. Rimbault. 
1870. 

— Same. 1850. 

— Same. 1887? 
Labat, J. B. 

Histoire de I'orgue. Ed. 2. 1864. 
Lahee, J. B. 

Organ and its masters. 1903. 
Mathews, W. S. B., ed. 

Hundred years of music in America. 1889. 
Oxford history of music, ed. by J. A. F. Maitland. 

5v. 1901-1904. 
Rieman, Hugo. 

Catechism of musical history, v. 1. History of 
musical instruments. 
Rimbault. E. F. 

Early English organs and their builders and their 
works, 1864. 
Rockstro, W. S. 

General history of music from the infancy of the 
Green drama to the present period. 1886. 
Sammelband de Internationalen Musikgesellschaft. 
Researches into the origin of the organs of the 
ancients. Jahr 2 Heft 2. 1901. 

Sutton, 

Short account of the organs built in England from 
the time of Charles the Second to the present 
time. 1847. 
Worshipful Company of Musicians. London, Eng- 
land. English music (1604) to 1904. 
Hopkins, Edward John, and Rimbault, E. F. 

The organ; its history and construction . . . preceded 
by an entirely new history of the organ ... by 
Edward F. Rimbault. 1850. London. Cocks. 

— Same. Ed. of 1870. 

— Same. Ed. of 1887? 

The 1870 edition contains an extended list of specifications 
of English and continental organs wichafew American organs. 



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Hook and Hastings, Boston, Massachusetts. 
Centennial organ exhibit. 1876. Boston? 
Hook-Hastings Company, Boston, Massachusetts, 
Hook-Hastings Company, church organs, n.d. The 
Company. 
Hope- Jones unit orchestra, Paris theatre, Denver, Colo- 
rado; see same heading under Specifications. 
Hubbard, William Lines, ed. 

American history and encyclopedia of music. 1908- 
1910. V. 7, Musical instruments. 
This volume contains a small bibliography. 
Hutchinson, Enoch. 

Music of the Bible; or explanatory notes upon those 
passages in the sacred Scriptures which relate to 
music. 1864. Boston. Gould. 

A very complete and valuable book. Organ references are 
spread over several pages and found by the index. 
Industrial palace, Amsterdam, Holland. 
Philbert. C. M. G. 

L'orgue du palais de I'lndustrie d'Amsterdam. 1876. 
Jamestown Exposition, 1907. 
Austin Organ Company. 

Great organ, Jamestown exposition, n.d. 
Katscher, Prussia, see Catholic church, Katscher, 

Prussia; under heading Specifications. 
Kimball, W. W. Company, Chicago, Illinois. 
Kimball pipe organs 1913? The Company. 

Contains many specifications, actual and suggestive as 
well as illustrations of instruments installed and a geographical 
list of organs built. 
Kobbe, G. 

Aeolian pipe-organ. 1913. Privately printed by the 
Aeolian Company. New York, N. Y. 
Krumols, Prussia, see Catholic church, Krumols, 

Prussia; under heading Specifications. 
Labat, Jean Baptiste. 

Histoire de l'orgue. Ed. 2. 1864. Montaubau. 
Bertuot. 
LaFage, Juste Adrien Lenoir. 

Orgue de I'eglise royale de Sainte-Denis. 1845. Paris. 
Lahee, Henry Charles. 

The organ and its masters. 1903. Boston. Page. 

Contents — A preliminary account of early organs. Early 
continental organists. Purcell to Handel. Johann Sebastian 
Bach. The contemporaries and pupils of Bach. English 
organists of the eighteenth century. Modern continental or- 
ganists. English organists. American organists. Organ- 
building. 

Contains a chronological list of organists, giving date of 
birth and death and place of birth and death. 

Lamazou. 

Etude sur l'orgue monumental de Saint-Sulpice et la 
facteur d'orgue moderne. 1863. Paris. 
Lehmann, J. T. 

Anleitung die orgel rein und richtig zu stimmen. n.d. 
Leipzig. (Dehn musical pamphlets.) 
Lefebvre, Gustave. 

Le grande orgue de I'eglise Saint-Michel du Havre; 
construit en 1867-1888. 1888. Havre. Bourdig- 
non. 
L'Epine, Goeflfrey, see Wyndham, H. S., Who's who in 

music. 
Lewis, Walter, and Lewis, Thomas. 

Modern organ building; a practical explanation and 
description of the whole art of organ construction, 
with especial regard to pneumatic action, including 
chapters on tuning and voicing, etc. 1911. London. 
Reeves. 
Liegnitz, Prussia, see St. Peter and Paul (class of) 

Leignitz, Prussia; under heading Specifications. 
Liverpool, England, see St. George's hall. Liverpool, 

England ; under heading Specifications. 
Locher, Carl. 

An explanation of the organ stops with hints for 
effective combinations. 1888. 

Carl? 

Dictionary of the organ. 1914. Button. 

— Erklarung der orgel-register. 1887. 
London, College of organists. 

Prospectus and annual report. (96th) 1869-70. 



London, England, see St. Paul's cathedral, London, 
England; under the heading Specifications. 

— see Temple organ, London, England. 
Macrory, Edmund. 

A few notes on the Temple organ. Ed. 2. 1861. 
London. Bell and Daldy. 
Maitland, John Alexander Fuller, ed., see Grove, Sir 
George, comp. Dictionary of music and musicians. 

— see Oxford history of music. 5v. 

Medinah temple, A.A.O.N.M.S. Oasis of Chicago, see 

same heading under Description. 
Meissner, Carl Frederick. 

Winke und rathschlage fiir cantoren, organisten und 
kirchschuUehrer, und alle die welche interesse aus 
gesange und orgelspiele nehmen, iiber choralbeglei- 
tung, zwischenspiele, vorspeile . . . orgelpriifung, 
orgelstimmung, und gesang. 1869. Leipzig. 
Mellenleiter, Bernard. 

Die behandlung der orgel. 1869. 
Miller, George Laing. 

Recent revolution in organ building. Ed. 2. 1913. 
Francis. 

Treats of the new era in organ-building which half of the 19th 
century inaugurated. Contains brief notes on the various 
organ builders and several good descriptions of noted organs in 
England and America. 

MoUer, M. P. 

Pipe organs for churches, schools, residences, studios, 
theatres, lodge rooms, conservatories, n.d. The 
Company. 

— The organ in the West Point cadet chapel. 1911. The 

Company. 

A beautifully illustrated pamphlet of this notable memorial 
organ. 
Monniotte, J. F. 

Kurzgefasste geschiechte der orgel; aus dem franz- 
osischen, nebst Herons beschreibung der wasserorgel 
aus dem griechischen iibersetzt von J. C. Volbeding. 
1793. Berlin. 
Morman tabernacle, see Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Naumann, Emil. 

History of music, tr., by F. Praeger. 2v. Cassell. 

"Chiefly valuable for its illustrations. Professor Ouseley 
added chapters to cover the history of music in England more 
fully than was done by the author. Naumann must be read 
with caution. He was not an original investigator." H. E. 
Krehbiel. 
Naumberg, Prussia, see St. Weizels, Naumberg, 

Prussia; under heading Specifications. 
New Haven, Connecticut, see Newberry organ, New 

Haven, Connecticut; under heading Specifications. 
New York (city), see St. Bartholomew's church, New 
York (city); under heading Specifications. 

— see St. John the Divine, Cathedral of; New York 

(city) ; under heading Specifications. 
Newberry organ. New Haven, Connecticut, see samej 

heading under Specifications. 
Nichols, George Ward. 

Cincinnati organ . . . 1878. 
Nicholson, Henry Donaldson. 

Organ manual for the use of the amateurs. 1866. 
Niles Bryant school of piano tuning. 

Tuning and repair of reed and pipe organs. 1906.] 
The School. 
Notre Dame cathedral, Paris, France, see sa 

heading under Specifications. 
Organ-builders. 

Baptie, David, comp. 

Musicians of all times. 1889. 

Hamel, 

Nouveau mauel complet du facteur d'orgues. 1849. 
Heurn, J. van. 

Die orgelmaaker. 1804-5. 
Jones, F. O., ed. 

Handbook of American music and musicians. 
1866. 
Miller, G. L. 

Recent revolution in organ building. Ed. 2. 1913. 
Rimbault, E. F. 

Early English organ builders and their works. 
1864. 



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Organ-builders — continued. 
Rockstro, W. S. 

General history of music from the infancy of 
Greek drama to the present period. 1886. 
WilHams, C. F. A. 

Story of the organ. 1903. 
Note: — These are but a few of the more particular works 
relating to organ-builders. Many of the other general books 
on the organ include references to organ-builders. 
Organ-building — Statistics. 

United States Bureau of the census. 

Thirteenth census . . . 1910. Manufactures, v. 
10. 1909. 
Organ from the architect's point, by A. W. Congdon. 

(In American churches, v. 1. 1915. p. 49-61.) 
Organ in the Home. 

Austin Organ Company. 

The Chorophone. n.d. 
Estey Organ Company. 

Estey pipe organs for . . . private residences, 
n.d. 
— Estey pipe organs for music rooms, n.d. 
Moller, M.P. 

Pipe organs for churches, schools, residences, 
studios . . . conservatories, n.d. 
Oxford history of music, ed. by W. H. Hadow. 6v. 

11901-5. 
V. 1-2. Wooldridge, H. E. The polyphonic period; 
method of musical art, 330-1600. 
V. 3. Parry, C. H. H. Music of the 17th century. 
V. 4. Maitland, J. A. F. Age of Bach and Handel. 
V. 5. Hadow, W. H. The Viennese period. 
V. 6. Dannreuther, Edward. The romantic period. 
Page, Arthur James. 

On organ playing; "hints to young organists." 1899. 
Vincent. (Music text books.) 
Panama-Pacific Exposition, San Francisco, California, 

■ 1915. 
Austin Organ Company. 
Organ for the Panama-Pacific Exposition, San Fran- 
cisco, California, 1915. n.d. The Company. 
Pearce, Charles William. 

§ Organists' directory to the accompaniment of divine 
service with a full list of voluntaries appropriate to 
every Sunday and holy day in the Christian year. 
Vincent. (Music text books.) 
Practical hints and suggestions (musical and theo- 
logical) for the organ accompaniment of the Psalms. 
Vincent. (Music text books.) Binder's title reads, 
"Organ accompaniment to the Psalms." 
Paris, Prance, see Notre Dame cathedral; under heading 
Specifications. 

— See Nouvelle salle de concert, Paris, France; under 
heading Specifications. 

Pedal Organ. 
Casson, Thomas? 

Lectures on the pedal organ; its history, etc. 1905. 
Perleberg (Church at), see Church at Perleberg, Prussia; 

under heading Specifications. 
Philbert, Charles Marie Godefroy. 

L'orgue du palais de I'industrie d'Amsterdam; la 
facture d'orgues modernes, et la facture d'orgue 
neerlandaise ancienne et contemporaine. 1876. 
Amsterdam. Dinger. 
Pirro, A. 

Johann Sebastian Bach; the organist and his works 
for the organ. 1902. Schirmer. 

— L'orgue de Jean Sebastien Bach; avec une preface de 
C. M. Widor. 1895. Ferat. 1881. Paris. 

Playing. 

Archer, Frederic. 

The organ; a theoretical and practical treatise 
intended to assist the student in acquiring a 
sound knowledge of the instrument and its 
proper manipulation; with a series of original 
exercises and illustrative compositions. 1875. 
Bridge, John Frederick. 

Organ accompaniment of the choral service. 1885. 
Buck, Dudley. 

Illustrations in choir accompaniment with hints 
in registration. 1877. 



Plasring — continued. 
Ditson, Oliver. 

Improved organ instruction book. n.d. 

Flight, . 

Practical theory and instructions; how to tune 
the organ, n.d. 
Hull. E. A. 

Organ playing. 1911. 
Page, Arthur. 

Organ playing. 1899. 
Pearce, C. W. 

Organists accompaniment to divine service. 
— Practical hints and suggestions (musical and 
theological) for the organ accompaniment of the 
Psalms. 
Rinck, J. C. H. 

Practical organ school. 1916. 
Schneider, F. 

Practical organ school. 1851. 
Ply. H. J. 

Defense de la facture moderne, ou reponse i M. I'Abbe 
Reinburg et a M. Paul Ferat. 1881. Paris. 
Portland, Maine. — Music commission. 

Kotzschmar memorial organ. City Hall auditorium, 
Portland, Me. 1914? The Commission. 
A pamphlet distributed by the Commission at the time of 
the dedication of this famous organ, now considered one of the 
largest in the world. The gift of Mr. Curtis of the Curtis 
Publishing Company, Philadelphia. 
— City Hall, see same heading under Specifications. 
Portsmouth, New Hampshire, see Brattle organ; 
under heading Specifications. Also heading Brattle 
organ. 
Pratt, Waldo Selden. 

History of music; a handbook and guide for students. 
1907. Schirmer. 
Purchasing, see Buying. 
Regnier, Joseph. 

L'orgue; sa connaissance, son administration et son 
jeu. 1850. Nancy. Vagner. 
Riemann, Hugo. 

Catechism of musical history, v. 1. History of 
musical instruments. . . 
Repairing. 

Faust, O. C. 

Treatise on the construction, repairing, and tuning 
of the organ. 1905. 
Niles Bryant school of piano tuning. 

Tuning, care, and repair of reed and pipe organs. 
1906. 
Note: — Many of the general works have chapters on the 
subject of repairing. It was thought advisable not to bring 
this fact out because of the obviousness. 
Richter, Ernst Frederich. 

Katischism der orgel ; erklarung ihrer structur. 1868. 
Leipzig. Weber. 
Rimbault, Edward Francis. 

Early English organ-builders and their works. From 
the 15th century to the close of the great rebellion. 
1865. London. Wittingham. 
Rinck, Johann Christian Heinrich. 

Teoretisch-practische anleitung zum orgelspielen. 3v. 
in 1. 1843-1844. 
Robertson, Rederick Ewart. 

Practical treatise on organ-building, with plates. 2v. 
1897. 

V. 1. Text. 
V. 2. Plates. 

Volume one contains an extensive bibliography of over 
three hundred entries. These entries are arranged in two 
classes. Class 1, works of a general nature, and class 2, works 
relating to specific organs. The two volumes constitute a fine 
piece of work. 

Rockstro, William Smyth. 

General history of music from the infancy of the Greek 
Drama to the present period. 1886. Scribner. 
"Correct and comprehensive, but not always well balanced." 
Kreihbeil. 

Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Austin Organ Company. 

Great organ of Salt Lake City. n.d. 



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Salzwedel, Prussia. See St. Catherine's, Salzwedel. 

Prussia; under the heading Specifications. 
Scheibler, H. 

Anleitung die orgel vermittelst der stosse and des 
metronoms, correct gleichschwebend zu stimmen. 
n. d. (Dehn musical pamphlets). 
Schneider, F. 

Practical organ school. 1851. Boston. 
Schubert, F. P. 

Die orgel; ihr bau, ihre geschichte und behandlung. 
1867. Leipzig. 
Schubiger, A. 

Musikalische spcilegien iiber das liturgische lied und 
die instrumentalmusik des mittelalters. 1876. Ber- 
lin. 
Shepherdson, William. 

The organ; hints on its construction, purchase, and 
preservation. Scribner. 
Seidel, Johann Julius. 

The organ and its construction; a systematic hand- 
book for organists, organ builder, etc., tr. from the 
German. Ed. 2. 1855. London. Ewer. 
The author studied the art of organ building with the famous 
organ-builders M tiller, junior and senior. From experience 
with these two organ builders the author has compiled informa- 
tion for the organist that will help him to overcome minor 
faults. For the builder he has given warnings as to errors to be 
avoided, and to give them the requisite knowledge for under- 
taking the construction of an organ. 
Sorgen, G. A. 

Anweisung zur stimmung der orgelwerke. 1744. 
Smith, Hermann. 

Making of sound in the organ and in the orchestra; 
an analysis of the work of the air in speaking organ 
pipe of the various constant types and an exposi- 
tion of the theory of the air-stream-reed based upon 
the discovery of the tone of the air, by means of 
displacement-rods. 1911. Reeves. 
— Modern organ tuning; the how and why. 190-. 



Specifications — Bibliography. 

Robertson, F. E. 

Practical treatise on organ-building. 2v. 
Specifications. See also Description. 

All Saints Church, Breslau, Prussia. 1844. 
Seidel, J. J. 

The organ and its construction. Ed. 2. p, 205. 
Alt-Kemnitz, Prussia. 1842. 
Seidel, J. J. 

The organ and its construction. Ed. 2. 1855. 
p. 202. 
Auditorium, Chicago, Illinois, n.d. 
Audsley, G. A. 

The art of organ building, v. 2. p. 732. 
Audsley, G. A. 

The art of organ building. 2v. 1905. 
Contains excellent notes on making of specifications. 
Austin Organ Company. 

Austin organs, n.d. 
Barcelona, Spain, see Cathedral of Barcelona, Spain; 

under heading Specifications. 
Barracks church, Breslau, Prussia. 1842. 
Seidel, J. J. 

The organ and its construction. Ed. 2. 1855. 
p. 192. 
Breslau (cathedral), Prussia. 1805. 
Seidel, J. J. 

The organ and its construction. Ed. 2, 1855. 
p. 190. 
Cathedral of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain. 
Catholic church, Katscher, Prussia. 1843. 
Seidell, J. J. 

The organ and its construction. Ed. 2. 1855. 
p. 201. 
Catholic church, Krumols, Prussia. 1837. 
Seidell, J. J. 

The organ and its construction. Ed. 2. 1855. 
p. 201. 



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CONTEMPORARY POETS' 

A classified list compiled by Anne Morris Boyd, A.B., B.L.S. 
University of Illinois Library School 



Instructor 



PART III 



WOMEN LYRISTS 

The lyric quality of the verse of American women poets 
is characteristic of the entire new poetic movement, as is 
also the new feminine note which their poetry sounds. 

Bates, Katherine Lee, 1859-. 

America the beautiful. Crowell. 

Fairy gold. Button, 1916. 

Retinue and other poems. Button, 1918. 
Brown, Alice, 1857-. 

Road to Castalay and other poems. Macmillan, 1917. 
Burr, Amelia Josephine, 1878-. 

Afterglow. Comstock, 1914. 

Roadside fire. Boran, 1912. 

In deep places. Boran, 1914. 

Judgment. Four Seas, 1914. 

Life and living. Boran, 1916. 

Silver trumpet. Boran, 1918. 
Gather, WUla Sibert, 1875-. 

April twilights. Badger, 1903. 
Coates, Florence Earle. 

Unconquered air. Houghton, 1912. 

Collected poems, 2v. Houghton, 1916. 
Conkling, Grace Hazard. 

L. Afternoon of April. Houghton, 1915. 



Dargan, Olive Tilford. 

Lords and lovers, and other poems. Scribners, 1906. 

Path-fiower and other poems. Scribners, 1914. 

Cycle's rim. Scribners, 1916, 
Davies, Fannie Stearns, 1884-. 

Myself and I. Macmillan, 1913. 

Crack o' the dawn, Macmillan, 1915. 
Frank, Florence Kiper. 

Jew to Jesus. Kennerley, 1915. 
Garrison, Theodosia, 1874-. 

Joy of life and other poems. Kennerley, 1909. 

Earth cry. Kennerley, 1910. 

Breamers and other poems, Boran, 1917. 
Millay, Edna St. Vincent, 1892-. 

Renascence and other poems. Kennerley, 1917. 
Mitchell, Ruth Comfort. 

Night court and other verse. Century, 1916, 
Morgan, Angela. 

Hour has struck. Baker, 1914, 

Imprisoned splendor. Baker, 1916. 

Utterance. Baker, 1916. 

God prays (war poems). Baker, 1917. 
*Norton, Grace Fallows. 

Little grey songs from St, Joseph's, Houghton, 1912. 

Sister of the wind. Houghton, 1914. 

What is your legion? Houghton, 1916. 

Roads. Houghton, 1918. 



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♦Peabody, Josephine Preston, 1874-. 

Singing leaves. Houghton, 1903. 

Book of the littfe past. Houghton, 1908. 

Singing man. Houghton, 1911. 

Harvest moon. Houghton, 1916. 

)ece, Lizette Woodworth, 1856-. 

Handful of lavendar. Mosher, 1915. 

Quiet road. Mosher, 1916. 

Wayside lute. Mosher, 1916. 

Branch of May. Mosher, 1916. 
Ridge, Lola. 

The Ghetto. Huebsch, 1918. 
Rittenhouse, Jessie B., 1869-. 

Door of dreams. Houghton, 1918. 
Robinson, Corinne Roosevelt. 

Call of the brotherhood and other poems. Scribnera. 
1912. 

One woman to another. Scribners, 1914. 

Service and sacrifice. Scribners, 1919. 
*Teasdale, Sara, 1884-. 

» Helen of Troy. Macmillan, 1911. 
L. Rivers to the sea. Macmillan, 1915. 
L. Love songs. Macmillan, 1917. 
Thomas, Edith M., 1854-. 

Fair shadow land. Houghton, n.d. 

» Inverted touch. Houghton, 1890. 
Dancers. Houghton, 1903. 
Cassia. Four Seas, 1905. 
In sunshine land. Houghton, 1905. 
Children of Christmas. Four Seas, 1907. 
Guest at the gate. Four Seas, 1909. 
Flowers from ashes and other verse. Mosher, 1915. 
Widdemer, Margaret. 

Factories and other poems. Holt, 1917. 
L. Old road to Paradise. Holt, 1918. 
ryatt, Edith, 1873-. 
Wind in the corn. Appleton, 1917. 

Collections 
♦Teasdale, Sara, editor. 

One hundred love lyrics by women. Houghton, 1917. 

WAR-TIME POETS 

Many contemporary poets have written verse of the great 
war. Besides those listed in the various special groups, the 
following have produced poems which will not soon be 
forgotten. 

British 
Nichols, Robert, 1893-. 
Ardours and endurances; A faun's holiday; and 
Poems and phantasies. Chatto & Windus, 1917. 
Sassoon, Siegfried. 
Old huntsman and other poems. Button, 1918. 

*L. Counter-attacks. Button, 1919. 
Canadian 
McCrae, John, 1878-1918. 

In Flanders field. Putnam, 1919. 

American 
*Colcord, Lincoln, 1883-. 

Visons of war. Macmillan, 1915. 
Davies, Mary Caroline. 

Brums in our street. Macmillan, 1918. 
ScoUard, Clinton. 
Vale of shadows and other verses of the great war. 

(Gomme, 1915. 
f Italy in Arms. Gomme, 1915. 
* Ballads patriotic and romantic. Gomme, 1916. 
Let the flag wave and other verses written in war 
' time. White, 1917. 
eegar, Alan, 1888-1916. 
Poems. Scribners, 1916. 

COLLECTIONS OF WAR POETRY 

*Clarke, George Herbert, compiler and editor. 

Treasury of war poetry; British and American poems 
of the great war, 1914-17. Houghton, 1918. 
. Second series, 1914-19. Houghton, 1919. 



*Cunliflfe, J. W., compiler. 

Poems of the great war. Macmillan, 1916. 
Fozcroft, Frank, editor. 

War verse, 2d ser. Crowell, 1918. 
Gibbons, Herbert Adams, compiler. 

Songs from the trenches; the soul of the A. E. F. 
Harper, 1918. 
Hagedom, Herman, compiler. 

Plfes and drums by the Vigilantes. Boran, 1917. 
Wheeler, W. R., compiler. 

Book of verse of the great war. Yale Univ. Press, 
1917. 

COLLOQUIAL, BALLAD MAKING POETS 

*Ben6t, William Rose, 18S6-. 

L. Merchants from Cathay. Century, 1913. 

Falconer of God, and other poems. Yale University 
Press, 1914. 

Great white wall; a poem. Yale University Press. 
1916. 

Burglar of the Zodiac. Yale University Press, 1918. 
Bradley, William Aspinwall, 1878-. 

L. Old Christmas and other Kentucky tales in verse. 
Houghton, 1917. 

Singing Carr and other song ballads of the Cumber- 
lands. Knopf, 1918. 
Cooke, Joseph Vance, 1866-. 

Impertinent poems. Bodge, 1907. 

Little songs for two. Bodge, 1909. 

I rule my house. Bodge, 1910. 

Uncommon commoner and similar songs of democ- 
racy. Bodge. 1913. 
Daly, Thomas Augustine, 1871-. 

Carmina. Lane, 1909. 

Canzoni. McKay, 1906. 

Madrigali. McKay, 1912. 

Songs of wedlock. Mackay, 1916. 

Little Polly's poems. Mackay, 1914. 
♦Riley, James Whitcomb, 1852-1916. 

Complete poems, 6v. Bobbs-Merrill, 1913. 

COLLECTIONS 
♦Lomaz, John Avery, compiler. 

Cow boy songs and other frontier ballads. Sturgis 
1910. 

LIGHT VERSE 
Adams, Franklin P., 1881-. 

In other words. Boubleday, 1912. 
By and large. Boubleday, 1914. 
Weights and measures. Boubleday, 1917. 
Guiterman, Arthur, 1871-. 
Laughing muse. Harper, 1915. 
Mirthful lyre. Harper, 1918. 
Lehmann, R. C. 

\'agabond and other poems from Punch. 1918. 
Marquis, Don, 1878-. 

Breams and dust. Harper, 1915. 
Morley, Christopher Darlmgton, 1890. 
Songs for a little house. Boran, 1917. 
Rocking-horse. Boran, 1919. 

COLLECTIONS 
Broadway anthology, by Edward L. Bemays, Samuel 

Hoflfenstein, Walter Kingsley, Murdock Pemberton. 

Buffield, 1917. 
Wells, Carolyn. 

Parody anthology. Scribners, 1904. 

Satire. Scribners, 1905. 

Whimsey. Scribners, 1906. 

Vers de soci6t6. Scribners, 1907. 

Nonsense. Scribners, 1910. 

AMERICAN POETS OF TO-MORROW 

Noyes, Alfred, editor. 

Book of Princeton verse. Princeton Univ. Press, 

1916. 
Yale book of student verse, 1910-1919. Yale Univ. 

Press, 1919. 
Poets of the futiu*e, a college anthology, annual, 

Stratford, 1916-date. 



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PRINCIPAL CONTENTS OF THE LIBRARY PRESS, January to June, 1920 

A glance at the titles of the principal articles appearing in the library periodicals from month to month 
will help the busy librarian to keep in touch with library progress. 

In some cases we elaborate the title slightly, to give a better understanding of the subject covered by the 
article. _ 

AMERICAN 

American Library Association Bulletin, Sept. 1919 

List of Members, Constitution, etc. 

American Library Association Bulletin, Nov. 1919 

Proposed revision of the Constitution. 

American Library Association Bulletin, Jan. 1920 

Special A. L. A. conference, Chicago, January 1-3, 

1920: The enlarged program, and Revision of Con- 
stitution. Debate. 
American Library AssociationBuUetin, March, 1920 
Notice of coming A. L. A. conference at Colorado Springs. 
Gifts and bequests to American libraries, 1919. 
American Library Association Bulletin, May, 1920 
Program of Colorado Springs conference. Proposed 

new Constitution of A. L. A. 

Library Journal, February 1, 1920 
Coolidge, J. R. Achievement through conviction. 
Johnson, J. R. Selling the library idea. 
University of Michigan's new library opened (with 

illustrations). 
Books by Twentieth Century poets (list). 
Kaiser, J: B. Salary question: The problem of retiring 

allowance. (Concluded in next issue.) 

Library Journal, February, 15, 1920 
Dewey, Melvil. Decimal classification beginnings. 
Fellows, Jennie D. Decimal classifications in the 10th 

edition. 
Hill, F. P. Decimal classification reminiscences. 
Webster, Caroline F, Is hospital work worth while? 
Brown, C. H. Naval libraries. 
The library movement in Mysore. 

Library Journal, March 1, 1920 
Hyde, D. W., Jr. House organ as a factor in library 

service. 
Ranck, S: H. Humanizing library work. 
Johnson, W. F. Selling the public library to professional 

men. 
Carr, J. F. "Making Americans," a preliminary and 

tentative list of books. 
The Immigrant publication society. 
Recent motion pictures based on current fiction. (Con- 
tinued in May 1 and June 1 issues.) 

Library Journal, March 15, 1920 
Gaillard, E. W. The book larceny problem. (Concluded 

in next issue.) 
Raney, M. L. Foreign exchange. 
Zimand, S. Guild socialism; — a bibliography. 
The Washington report on reclassification of library 

salaries. 

Library Journal, April 1, 1920 
Marion, G. F. The Special Libraries Association. 
Rose. Alice L. The National City Financial Library 

of New York. 
Spaulding, F. B. "For sailors they be honest men." 

Library Journal, April 15, 1920 
Hamilton, W. J. County library work in Indiana. 
Redway, J. W. The dust problem in public libraries. 
Huxley, Florence A. A. L. A. work on Ellis Island. 
Ranck, S: H. The library at a city show (Grand Rapids, 

Mich.). 

Library Journal, May 1, 1920 
Carabin, Maud A. Looking forward with the Special 

Libraries Association. 
Twentieth Century American poetic drama (list). 
Cleland, Ethel. A sociology seminar. 
Recent motion pictures based on current literature. 
The 11th annual convention of the S. L. A. 

Library Journal, May 15, 1920 
Johnston, R. H. Special libraries. 
Baker, Mary E. Prevocational training for librarianship. 

Library Journal, June 1, 1920 
Dniry, F. K. W. Publicity for college libraries. 
Jones, Caroline. A. L. A. hospital service in N. Y. State. 
Graves, C. E. Exchange records for medium-sized 

libraries. 



Library Journal, June 15, 1920 

Hadley, Chalmers. The A. L. A. and the library worker. 
Doud, Marjory. The inarticulate library assistant. 
Bowker, R. R. Women in the library profession (illus- 
trated). 
A. L. A. Colorado Springs conference, June, 1920. 
Goldsmith, P. Latin-American periodicals containing 

bibliographies (list). 

Public Libraries, February, 1920 
Walker, Irma M. The book pedler glorified. [The 

Hibbing, Minn., book bus.] 
Thompson, Mrs. J. A. What the library will mean to 

the returning soldiers. 
Cloud, Eva. Children's work in the small library. 
Marvin, Cornelia, Our library problems. 
Logasa, Hannah. Duplication of books in the high 

school library. 

Public Libraries, March, 1920 
Henry, W. E. The salary question. 
Severance, H. O. Certification of librarians. 
Quigley, Margery. Flaws in book-wagon service. 

Public Libraries, April, 1920 
Ridington, J: The challenge of the piesent days. 
Marvin, Cornelia. A public library survey (extracts). 
Milam, C. H. Adult self-education. 

Public Libraries, May, 1920 
Randall, J. Marie. The Smith family and the Depart- 
ment of Agriculture. 
Windrem, Harriet H. All in the day's work, a one-act 

library skit. 
Tripp, G: H. Improper inducements to buy books. 

Public Libraries, June, 1920 
Sidener, Merle. Library advertising. 
Martin, W. E. The advertiser in the library. 
Wheelock, Mary E. The bookbinding problem (with 

tables of rising costs) . 
Teaching the use of books and libraries in the grades. 

Special Libraries, February, 1920 
Glasier, G. G. The scope of the Wisconsin State library. 
Cobb, Maud B. The scope and functions of the State 

library of Georgia. 
Dunnack, H: J. Library construction in Maine. 
Directory of special libraries in Boston and vicinity. 
Baechtold, Elsie L, Special libraries of Los Angeles. 

(Concluded in March issue.) 
List of references on provisions of the Cummins bill re- 
garding standards of rate-making and limitation of 

profits. 

Special Libraries, March, 1920 
Eleventh annual convention of the Special Librarie 
Association. Preprints of papers. 

Carson, Josephine B., and others. The case against 
the librarians. 

By-laws. Tentative draft. 
Library Workers' Association Journal, May, 19 2C 
History of the Library Workers* Association. List ot 

charter members. 
News Notes of California Libraries, January, 19S 
Ferguson, M. J. American Library Association. En-| 

larged program. 
Regnart, Mrs. Ora M. The Santa Clara County fre 

library 
Garoutte, Eudora. Study outline of California historyj 
Quire, J. H. Proposed constitutional conventior 

[California]. 
Quire, J, H. Suggested reading for State bar examms 

tions. 
News Notes of California Libraries, April, 192( 
Ferguson, M. J. American Library Association, En-^ 

larged program, more about. 
Weiuel, Florine. Music in the small communities. 
Waybur, J. R. Music of the San Francisco public} 

library. 



ray-Aug.1920 Principal Contents of the Library Press 



( 

^■The Occasional Leaflet, Colorado Library Associ- 
^m ation, April, 1920 

^^^merican library association. Enlarged program. 
^■Colorado library association. 1919 meeting. 
^H Illinois Libraries, April, 1920 

Lewis, Kate. Modern stage settings. 
Regional library conferences. 
library Occurrent, Public Library Commission of 
Indiana, December, 1919 
Indiana library trustees association conference. 
Bostwick, A. E. The new library day. 
Indiana library association, meeting. 
Flexner, Jennie M. The essential qualities of a good 

assistant. 
[Indiana] Public library commission. Summary of work. 
Scott, Carrie E. Americanization books for children 

(list). 
Library Occurrent, Public Library Commission of 

Indiana, April, 1920 
The trustees' part in a successful library. 
Curtis. Florence R. The assistants' professional and 

cultural reading. 
Wade, Margaret A. How to interest the men of the 

community in the public library. 
Ohr, Cerene. Value of library school training. 
The traveling library wagon in Cass County, Indiana. 
The place of the technical book. 
Technical and scientific books for boys (list). 

Maine Library Bulletin, April, 1920 
Suggested programs for Maine Centennial celebrations 

(1820-1920). 
Books on the Pilgrims (list). 
Charles Alcott Flagg, 1870-1920. Biographical sketch 

and portrait. 
Massachusetts Library Club Bulletin, March- 
May, 1920 
idwinter meeting, Boston, January 29, 1920. 
Michigan Library Bulletin, Jan .-Feb. 1920 
lall, Fannie D., comp. Selected list of books on the 
American Revolution. 

brary Notes and News, Minnesota Department 
of Education, March, 1S20 
"air, Alice. Certification of librarians. 
American library association. Enlarged program. 
Vail, R. W. G. Attic dust and treasures. 
Bulletin of the New Hampshire Public Libraries, 

March, 1920 
Kingsland, Grace E. Changes in the decimal classifi- 
cation of importance to small libraries. 
Bulletin of the New Hampshire Public Libraries, 

June, 1920 
Dudley. Ruth C. Pamphlets: their care and use. 

New York Libraries, February, 1920 
Hall, Anna G. The library pilgrim (cont.). 
Paine, P. M. What Americans read. 



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New York Libraries, May, 1920 

Tolman, F. L. Making full use of the State library. 

Outlines for library institutes, 1920. 

Periodicals for the small library. 

North Carolina Library Bulletin, March, 1920 

Breedlove, J. P. Standardization: Service and vsalary. 

Blanton, Mrs. Minnie L. Reconstruction in the college 

library from the layman's point of view. 
Mower. Anna L. Reference work in the small library. 

North Carolina Library Bulletin, June, 1920 
Rankin, Eliza J. The Oteen (N. C.) library. 
Gillis, D. Library publicity. 

Ontario Library Review, February, 1920 
Landon, F: Public spirit at Brownsville. 
Zavitz, E. M. Need of books in a rural district. 
Waller, P. Possibilities of the small library. 
Loan system for rural, village and school libraries. 
Locke, G. H. Stories of romance and adventure (list). 

Ontario Library Review, May, 1920 
Taylor, R. B. Digging up one's parents. [How authors 

have used their parents as characters for stories.] 
Tanner, Hazel G. An experiment in boys' clubs. 
Flavelle, Ethel G. Meeting of the Ontario library 

association. 
Reference work and reference works (with list). 

Pennsylvania Library Notes, April, 1920 
Harvey, Helen P. County libraries of Pennsylvania. 
Antrim, E. J. Books for the rural population. 
Bliss, R. P. Why a county library? 

South Dakota Library Bulletin, March, 1920 
Anding, Ida M. South Dakota State documents. 
Farr, Helen. The school library problem. 
Bulletin of the Vermont Free Public Library Com- 
mission, March, 1920 
Traveling library notes, and the enlarged program. 
Rugg, H. G. Vermontiana. 

Bulletin of the Vermont Free Public Library Com- 
mission, June, 1920 
Ingalls, E. L. The public library and the Boys' and 

Girls' Club in co-operation. 
Wisconsin Library Bulletin, February, 1920 
City and country library service. 
Welles, Jessie. Notes for librarians. 

Wisconsin Library Bulletin, March, 1920 
Johnson. S. C. Ten best books for the farmer. 
SutlifT, Mary L. The spirit of America. 

Wisconsin Library Bulletin, April, 1920 
Welles, Jessie. Twentieth century lending methods. 
Welles, Jessie. Non-fiction which circulates. 

Wisconsin Library Bulletin, May, 1920 
Merrill, Julia W. How to establish a county library. 
Rice, O. S. Salaries and duties of high school librarians 

to be made attractive. 
Wisconsin Library Bulletin, June, 1920 
Williamson, C. C. Efficiency in library management. 
Long, Harriet C. Certification of librarians. 



PRINCIPAL CONTENTS OF ENGLISH LIBRARY PERIODICALS 



Library Association Record, Januiary, 1920 

The subject index to periodicals : — Campaigns and 

strategy, European war (list). 
Sayers, W. C. B. The new prospect: A plea for a policy. 
Hulme, E. W. H. V. Hopwood. Obituary (with 

portrait). 

Library Association Record, February, 1920 
Rand, T. R. Relations between the public library and 

public elementary schools. 
The Subject index to periodicals: List of periodicals for 

which indexers are wanted. 
Guppy, H. Rules for compiling a catalogue. 

Library Association Record, March, 1920 
Frayer, Mrs. A. M. Co-operation between public libra- 
ries and elementary schools. 
Guppy, H. Cataloguing and classification. 
The library and the school in America. 

Library Association Record, April, 1920 
The public library in Scotland and Ireland. 
Johnston, J. The Education (Scotland) act, 1918, and 

public library development. 
McNamara, J. P. The starvation of Irish libraries. 



Library Association Record, May, 1920 

Simnett, W. E. Technical libraries and intelligence. 

Matthews, R. B. The technical library. 

The subject index to periodicals: — Fuel (list). 

Library Association Record, June, 1920 
Savage, A. A monastic humanist of the fifteenth 

century. 
Bushnell, G: H. Books, and a phase of education. 
Charles William Sutton, 1848-1920. Obituary. 

The Library, October, 1919 
Greg, W. W. "Bad" quartos outside Shakespeare — 

"Alcazar" and "Orlando." 
Newdigate, C. A. The seventeenth century printing 

press of the English college at St. Omers (cont.). 
Steele, R. Chaucer and the "Almagest." 
Lee, Elizabeth. Recent French books. 

The Library World, February, 1920 
Peacock, Marjorie. Sex disqualification (for library 

work). 

The Library World, March, 1920 
McCoIvin, L. R. Relation between the library and 

the school. 



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The Library World, April, 1920 

Bushnell, G. H. Ambition and library assistants. 

The Library World, May, 1920 
Thompson. Miss P. E. Essential qualities of a librarian. 

The Library World, June, 1920 
War bibliographies. 
McGill, W. Thoughts on liberature for children. 

The Library Assistant, February, 1920 
Public library salaries. 

The Library Assistant, March, 1920 
Cummins, A. E. The position of the junior assistant. 



The Library Assistant, April, 1920 

Gilbert, Miss M. Librarianship of the future. 
The Library Assistant, June, 1920 

Twenty-fifth annual report of Library Assistants Asso- 
ciation. 

The Library Miscellany, July and October, 1919 

Tilakwada copper-plate inscription of the time of King 
Bhoja, 1103. 

The first Oriental conference and Bhandarkar Oriental 
research institute. 

The Jain manuscript — Bhandars at Patan, 

Existing editions and manuscripts of the Mahabharat. 



BIRTHS AND DEATHS 

A RECORD OF NEW TITLES, [CHANGED TITLES, AND DEATHS IN THE 

PERIODICAL WORLD 



[To be continued] 



I. New Periodicals 



Actor's Voice. Los Angeles, Cal. mo., 8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, 

Ja. 1920. $3.00. 
Age of Reason. Los Angeles, Cal. mo., 16mo, vol. 1, 

no. 1, O. 1919. $1.50. 
America. New York, N. Y. 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, 

Ag, 1919. $3.00. Printed in Portuguese. 
American Fur Designer. New York, N. Y. 10 nos. 

year, fol., il., vol. 1, no. 1, Mr. 1920. $30.00. 
American Journal of Physiological Optics. Southbridge, 

Mass. quar., vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1920. 
American Mineralogist, The. 2030 Madison St., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. mo., 8vo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Jl. 1916. 
American Poetry Magazine. 308 35th St., Milwaukee, 

Wis. mo., 12mo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, My. 1919. 15c., 

$1.50. 
American Rai'roads. 61 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

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N. 1919. 
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1918. 
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Canadian Thresherman and Farmer. Winnipeg. Changed 

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1919. 
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Valley Magazine. S. 1919. 
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Export Trade. 
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41, no. 2, F. 1916. 
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National Budget. Washington. Changed to The Budget 

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Girl \vith vol. 3. no. 9, Je. 1920. 
School Education. Minneapolis. Changed to The Na- 
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American Shoemaking with My. 1919. 
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QUARTERLY DRAMATIC INDEX, JANUARY-APRIL, 1920 

▲■ index to articles, reviews, and pictares relating to the stage wliich have appeared in the periodicals of the 

above dates. 

(Being a continuation of Dramatic Index, annual volume 1.1909, to 1919 inclusive) 
Note:— In addition to the list of periodicak which are indexed regularly, articles and portraits of dramatic interest in the 
important popular magazines and reviews in the English language are included, thus covering the periodical field thoroughly, 
or some 150 titles in all. 



Abraham Lincoln, play by J: Drinkwater. 

Appreciation. M. J. Moses. Indep. 101: 170, Ja. 

31, '20. 
Criticism. W: E. Barton. Cur. Opin. 68: 351-2, 

Mr. '20. 
Description, il. Collier's 65: F. 7, '20, 13, 24, 54-5. 
Production at Cort theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. Mir. 

81: 2023(i), Ja. 1, '20. — Indep. 101: 86, Ja. 17, 

'20. — Theatre 31: 89, 97, F. '20. 
Review. M. J. Moses. Bookman 50: 551-5, F. '20. — 

L. Levdsohn. Nation 110: 858-9, Ja. 3, '20. 
Scene from (picture). Les W. 130: 26-7, Ja. 10, 

'20. — Munsey 69: 318-19. Mr. '20. — Theatre 31: 

7. Ja. '20. 
Success of. Liv. Age 304: 790-92, Mr. 27, '20. 
The surprises of Abraham Lincoln. A. Woollcott. 

il. Everybody's 42: Ap. '20, 66-7. 
Acquittal, The, drama by Rita Weiman. 

Description. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 75: 148-9, Ja. 22, 

'20. 
Production at Cohan and Harris theatre, N. Y. city. 

Dram. Mir. 82: 53(i), Ja. 15, '20. — il. Theatre 31: 

101, 103, F. '20. 
Actors and actresses. 

The English actor of to-day. A. B. Walkley. Yale 

R. 9: 542-54, Ap. '20. 
The stage as a career for women. Jane Cowl. il. 

Theatre 31: 274, 276, Ap. '20. 
Admirable Crichton, The, play by J. M. Barrie. 
Production at the Royalty theatre, London. HI. 

Lond. N. 156: 232(i), F. 7, '20. 
Always you, musical comedy by A. Hammerstein and 

H. P. Stothart. 
Production at Central theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 

Mir. 82: 57 (J). Ja. 15, '20. — Theatre 31: 184, Mr. 

'20. 
Americans in our midst. The (Les AmSricains chez 

nous), play by E. Brieux. 
Plot and excerpts. Cur. Opin. 68: 488-94, Ap. '20. 
Angel face, musical comedy by V. Herbert, H. B. 

Smith and R. B. Smith. 
Production at Knickerbocker theatre, N. Y. city. 

Dram. Mir. 82: 7(J), Ja. 8, '20. — Theatre 31:101 

142, F. '20. 
Anglin, Margaret (Mary) (Mrs. H. Hull), actress, 

1867-. 
Portrait. Theatre 31: 87, F. '20. 
Aphrodite, drama by P. Frondale and G. C. Hazleton, 

founded on novel by P. Louys. 
Production at Century theatre, N. Y. city. Theatre 

31:61. Ja. '20. 
Review. C. C. Savage. Forum 63: 111-12, Ja. '20. 
As you were, musical comedy by A. Wimperis, adapted 

from Plus ca change by G. MacDonough. H. Darew- 

ski, and E. R. Goetz. 
Production at Central theatre. N. Y. city. Theatre 31 : 

185, Mr. '20. 
Review. C. C. Savage. Forum 63: 371-2, Mr. '20. 



Asaph, comedy by W: O. Bates. 

Text. Drama 10: 227-35, Mr.-Ap. '20. 
Bainter, Fay, actress. 

Autobiographical, pors. Am. M. 89: Ap. '20. 35, 
223-32. 
Barker, Irene, actress. 

Portrait. Threate 31: 90, F. '20. 
Barrymore, Ethel (Blythe) (Mrs. R. G. Colt), actress, 
1879-. 
In Declassee. por. Collier's 65: F. 7, '20, 13, 24. 
Portrait in Declassee. Indep. 101. 215, F. '20. — 
McClures 52: Ja. '20, 23. 
Barrymore, John (Blythe), actor, 1882-. 

Work in Richard III. Cur. Opin.68: 499-500, Ap. '20. 
Barrymore, Lionel, actor. 

Portrait in The letter of the law. Theatre 31: 253, 
Ap. '20. 
Beckley, Beatrice (Mrs. J. K. Hackett), actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 31: 86, F. '20. 
Bernard, Barney, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 31: 91, F. '20. 
Beyond the horizon, drama by E. G. O'Neill. 

Criticism. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 75: 322, F. 19, '20. 
Plot and excerpts, il. Cur. Opin, 68: 339-45, Mr. '20. 
Review. L. Lewisohn. Nation 110: 241-2, F. 21, '20. 
Production at Morosco theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 82: 258(i). F. 14. '20. — Theatre 31: 185. Mr. 
'20. 

Big game, drama by W. Robertson and K. Gordon. 
Description. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 75: 228, F.5, '20. 
Production at Fulton theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. Mir. 
82: 167(i), F. 5, '20. — il. Theatre 31: 167, 182, 
Mr. '20. 
Binney, Constance, actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 82: 412, Mr. 6, '20. — Theatre 
31: 109, F. '20. 
Binney, Faire, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 31 : 170, Mr. '20. 

Birds of a feather, play by H. V. Esmond. 

Description. Graphic 101: 614(i), Ap. 17, '20. 

Production at Globe theatre, London. Athen. 1920, 

pt. 1: 552, Ap. 23, '20. — 111. Lond. N. 156: 678(i), 

Ap. 17, '20. 

Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 101: 660, Ap. 24, '20 

Birthday of the Infanta, The, ballet pantomime by 

J: A. Carpenter, founded on story by O. Wilde. 

Production at Lexington theatre. N. Y. city. Mus. 

Cour. 80: Mr. 4, '20, 23 (i). 
Scene from (picture). Drama 10: 142, Ja. '20. — 
Theatre 31: 93, F. '20. 
Bluebird, The, opera by M. Maeterlinck and A. WolfF. 
Criticism of Mr. Wolff's production. L. Gilman^ 

No. Am. 211: 273-9, F. '20. 
Premiere at Metropolitan Opera house N. Y. city. 

D. 1920. Mus. Cour. 80: Ja. 1, '20, 5, 12. 
Scenes from (pictures). Mus. Cour. 80: Ja. 8. '20 23. 



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^■onehead, The, farce by F: A. Kumtner. 

^m Production at Fulton theatre, N. Y. city. Ap. 1920. 

^B Dram. Mir. 82: 732(1). Ap. 17, '20. 

^^ordoni, Irene, actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 82: 209, F. 7, '20. — Theatre 
31:245,Ap'20. 
^JBoris Godounov, opera by M. Moussorgski. 
^^fc Presentation by the Beecham company in London. 
^P Athen. 1920. pt. 1: 22(|), Ja. 2. '20. 
^^ourchier, Arthur, actor. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 156: 38. Ja. 10. '20. 
^Bradley, Mrs. Lillian Trimble, dramatist and director. 
^K Portrait. Theatre 31 : 261, Ap. '20. — Woman's Home 
^P C. 47: F. '20, 103. 
^" See Wonderful thing, The. 

Brady, Alice (Mrs. J. L. Crane), actress, 1892-. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 81: 2067, Ja. 1, '20; 82: 
^L 166 F. 5. '20; 82: 622, Ap. 3. '20. — Woman's Home 
^M C. 47: Ja. '20, 49. 
^Vraslau, Sophie, opera singer. 

Portrait. Delin. 96: Mr. '20, 95. 
Breakfast in bed, farce by H. Booth and W. Mack. 

■ Production at Eltinge theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. Mir. 
82: 258(1), F. 14, '20. — il. Theatre 31: 187, 220, 
Mr. '20. 
Buddies, comedy with music by G: V. Hobart and B. C. 
Hilliam. 
Production at Selwyn theatre, N. Y. city. Indep. 101 : 
86, Ja. 17. '20. — Theatre 31: 18, Ja. '20. 
Burke, Billie (Ethel) (Mrs. F, Ziegfeld, Jr.), actress, 
~ 1886-. 

Portrait. Dram Mir. 82: 13, Ja. 8, '20; 82: 778. 
Ap. 24, '20. — Munsey — 69: 315, Mr. '20. — Theatre 
31: 95, F. '20. 
Butler, Rachel Barton, playwright. 

K Portrait. Theatre 31: 173, Mr. '20. 
See Mamma's affair. 
kesar's wife, drama by W: S. Maugham. 
Production at Liberty theatre, N. Y. city. — Indep. 101: 
86, Ja. 17, '20. — il. Theatre 31: 19, 21, Ja. '20. 
Calvert, Catherine (Mrs. P. Armstrong), actress. 
^ Portrait. Theatre 31: 40, Ja. '20. 
Campbell, Marjorie, actress. 

Portrait. III. Lond. N. 156: 38, Ja. 10, '20. 
Carlisle, Alexandra, actress. 

r Portrait in The tragedy of Nan. Theatre 31: 271, Ap. 
'20. 
eu-nival, play adapted from the Italian by H. C. M. 
Hardinge and M. Lang. 
Production at Forty-fourth Street theatre, N. Y. city, 
D. 1919. Dram Mir 82: 7 (i) Ja. 8, '20. — Theatre 
31 : 144, F. '20. 
Production at the New theatre, London. 111. Lond. 

N. 156:264(i),F. 14, '20. 
Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 101: 200, F. 7, '20; 
101 : 347, Mr. 6, '20. 
Case, Anna, opera singer. 

Portrait. Delin. 96: F. '20, 30. 
Cat bird, The, comedy by R. Hughes. 

Criticism. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 75: 414(J), Mr. 4, '20. 
Production at Maxine Elliott's theatre, N. Y. city. 
Dram. Mir. 82: 310, F. 21, '20. — il. Theatre 31: 
262, 269, 271, Ap. '20. 
Chatterton, Ruth, actress. 

Portrait. Delin. 96: Mr. '20, 127. 
Cinderella, play by F. Dix and A. Collins. 

Production at the Drury Lane theatre, London, il. 
111. Lond. N. 156: 20-21, 32(i), Ja. 3, '20. 
Claire, Ina (Pagan), actress, 1892-. 

Autobiographical sketch with her description of people 
who are easy to imitate, por. K. Sumner. AJn. 
M. 89:F. '20,37,207-13. 
Sketch, por. Ada Patterson. Theatre 31: 168, Mr. '20. 
^Come out of the kitchen, play by A. E. Thomas. 
^Hk Production at the Strand theatre, London. Athen. 
^P 1920, pt. 1 : 423-^, Mr. 26, '20. — 111. Lond. N. 156: 
^ 486(i), Mr. 20, '20. 

Cooper, Gladys (Mrs. H. Buckmaster), actress. 

Portrait. Graphic 101 : 322, F. 28, '20. 
Cowl, Jane (Mrs. A. Klauber), actress and dramatist. 
Portrait. Munsey 68: 707, Ja. '20. 
Portrait in Smilin thru. Indep. 101: 215, F. 7, '20. 



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Crothers, Rachel, dramatist, 1878-. 

Portrait. Woman's Home C. 57: F. '20, 103. 
Dalton, Dorothy, actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 82: 313, F. 21, '20; 82: 464, 

Mr. 13, '20. — Munsey 69: 147, F. "20. 
Portrait as Chrysis. Theatre 31 : 16, Ja. '20. 
Dance of death. The, by A. Strindberg. 

Production at Garrick theatre. N. Y. city. Indep. 102: 
273, My. 29, '20. 
Dancer, The, drama by E: Locke. 

Production at Harris theatre, N. Y. city. Theatre 31: 
20, Ja. '20. 
Dancing and dancers. 

Jacques-Dalcroze and the teaching of plastic music. 

il. Cur. Opin. 68 : 496-8, Ap. '20. 
Why not British ballet? M. Perugini. il. Graphic 
101:526(i), Ap. 3, '20. 
Daw, Marjorie (Margaret House), actress, 1901-. 

Portrait. Theatre 31 : 189, Mr. '20. 
Day, Edith, actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 82? 417, Mr. 6, '20. — Munsey 

69: 327, Mr. '20. 
Portrait in Irene. 111. Lond. N. 156: 661, Ap. 17, '20. 
DeBusey, Agatha, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 31 : 169, Mr. '20. 
D§class6e, play by Zoe Akins. 

Plot and excerpts, il. Cur. Opin. 68: 187-93, F. '20. 
Defeat, play by J : Galsworthy. 

Production at Lyric theatre, London. 111. Lond. N. 
156: 484(i), Mr. 20, '20. 
Dickson, Dorothy (Mrs. C. Heisen), actress. 

Portrait. McClure's 52: Ja. '20, 23. — Theatre 31: 
cover, Ja. '20. 
Douglas, Kenneth, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 31: 91, F. '20. 
Drama. 

Drama in the high school. G. Thompson.! Drama 

10: 202-5, F. '20. 
Musical comedies. L. Lewisohn, Nation 110: 560-62, 

Ap. 24, '20. 
Musical comedy. Athen. 1920, pt. 1 : 457 ( j) , Ap. 2. '20. 
A new definition of the word "dramatic." Cur. Opin. 

68: 494-5. Ap. '20. 
A note on the lack of theatricality in modern realistic 

drama. C. Ross. Drama 10: 156-7. Ja. '20. 
Opening scene of French drama since 1850. W: Schei- 
fiey. Drama 10: 153-6, Ja. '20. 
Drama in America. 

Pasadena, Community drama in. H. O. Stechhan. il. 

Drama 10: 213-17, Mr.-Ap. '20. 
Toward a people's theatre. L. Lewisohn. Nation 
110: 80-82, Ja. 17, '20. 
Drama in England. 

Mr. Archer and the Elizabethans. Athen. 1920, pt. 

1:70-71, Ja. 16, '20. 
London. Russian matinees at the Duke of York's 
theatre. Athen. 1920, pt. 1: 348-9, Mr. 12, '20. 
Drama, Early English. 

The Elizabethan dramatic companies. A. Thaler. 
Mod. Lang. As. 35: 123-59, Mr. '20. 
Drama, Greek. 

The rebirth of tragedy in continental capitals, il. 
Cur. Opin. 68: 346-8, Mr. '20. 
Drama of the Nativity and the massacre of the 
innocents. 
Description. H. Rosse. il. Drama 10: 220-22, Mr.- 
Ap. '20. 
Drinkwater, John, pla5rwright. 

Portrait. Les. W. 130: 44, Ja. 10, '20. 
See Abraham Lincoln. 
Dryad and the deacon, The, faerie play in one scene 
by W: O. Bates. 
Text. Drama 10: 217-19, Mr.-Ap. '20. 
Duchess of Malfi, drama by J: Webster. 

Criticism of. W: Archer. 19th Cent. 87: 126-32, 
Ja. '20. 
Dunsany, Edward John Moreton Draz Plunkett, 
baron, author and dramatist, 1878-. 
Interview. C. Hamilton. Bookman 50: 537-42, 

F. '20. 
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Edge of the wood, The, drama by Katharine M. Roof. 

Text. Drama 10: 196-9. F. '20. 
Elliott, Maxine (Jessie Dermot) (Mrs. A. P. Wild- 
ing), actress and manager, 187 1-. 
Portrait. Dram. Mir. 82: 261, F. 14. '20. — Theatre 
31: 157, Mr. '20. 
Ervine (Irvine), St. John Greer, author and dramatist, 
1883-. 
Appreciation and criticism of. por. L. J. McQuilland. 

il. Bkman. (Lond.) 57: 145-8, Ja. '20. 
St. John Ervine and his work. Li v. Age 305: 45-50, 

Ap. 3, '20. 
Portrait. Theatre 31 : 257, Ap. '20. 
See Jane Clegg. 
See John Ferguson. 
Famous Mrs. Fair, The, drama by J. G. Forbes. 

Description. J.S.Metcalfe. Life 75: 72 (i), Ja. 8. '20. 
Production at Henry Miller's theatre, N. Y. city. 
Dram. Mir. 81: 2023(i), Ja. 1, '20. — il. Theatre 31: 
83, 98, F. '20. 
Review. C. C. Savage. Forum 246(J). F. '20.— 
L. Lewisohn. Nation 110: 210-11, F. 14, '20. 
Farrar, Oeraldine (Mrs. Lou-Tellegen), actress and 
opera singer, 1882-. 
Portrait. Delin. 96: F. '20, 2. — Dram. Mir. 82: 45, 
Ja. 15, 20; 82: 388, F. 28, '20. 
Ferguson, Elsie (Mrs. T: B. Clarke, Jr.), actress, 
1883-. 
Interview, por. Dram. Mir. 82: 606, Mr. 27, '20. 
Portrait. Dram. Mir. 82: 50, Ja. 15, '20; 82: 421, 
Mr. 6, '20. — Theatre 31: 165, Mr. '20. 
Fifinella, play by B. Dean. 

Production at the Scala theatre, London. 111. Lond. 
N. 156: 32(J), Ja. 3, '20. 
Findlay, Ruth, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 31: 263, Ap. '20. 
Fiske, Minnie Maddern (Marie Augusta Davey) 
(Mrs. Harrison Grey Fiske), actress, 1865-. 
Portraits. Delin. 96: Ap. 20, 23. 
Florodora, musical comedy by O. Hall and L. Stuart. 
Revival at Century theatre. N. Y. city, Ap. 1920. 
Dram. Mir. 82: 680(i), Ap. 10, '20. 
Fokina, Vera, dancer. 

Portrait. Theatre 31: 174, Mr. '20. 
Fokine, dancer. 

Portrait. Theatre 31: 174, Mr. 20. 
Work of. Nation 110: 152(i), Ja. 31. '20. 
Fontaine, Charles, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 80: F. 5, '20, 1. 
For the defense, drama by E. L. Rice 

Production at Playhouse, N. Y. city. Dram. Mir. 81: 
2023, Ja. 1, '20. — il. Theatre 31: 100, 103, F. '20. 
Forbidden, drama by Dorothy Donnelly. 

Description. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 75: 27, Ja. 1, '20. 
Production at Manhattan opera house, N. Y. city. 
Dram. Mir. 82: 10(i), Ja. 8, '20. — Indep. 101: 
86, Ja. 17, '20. 
Fourteen, one-act play by Alice Gerstenberg. 

Text. Drama 10: 180-84. F. '20. 
Frederick, Pauline, actress. 

Portrait. Dram, Mir. 82: 90, Ja. 22, '20; 82: 513, 
Mr. 20. '20; 82: 674, Ap. 10, '20. 
Galeffi, Carlo, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 80: Mr. 4, '20. 1. 
Gall, Yvonne, opera singer. 

Portrait as Concepcion in L'heure espagnole. Mus 
Cour. 80: F. 26, '20, 1. 
George, Grace (Grace George Dougherty) (Mrs. 
W. A. Brady), actress, 1880-. 
Portrait. Theatre 31: 81. F. '20. 
George Washington, play by P. Mackaye. 

Production at Lyric theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. Mir. 
82: 414 (i). Mr. 6. '20.— il. Theatre 31: 247. 272-3 
Ap. '20. 
Gillmore, Margolo, actress. 

In The famous Mrs. Fair. il. Collier's 65: F. 7, '20, 

13, 24, 54. 
Portrait. Munsey 69: 328, Mr. '20. 
Gish, Dorothy, actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 82: 565, Mr. 27. '20. 



Gish, Lillian, actress. 

Biographical, por. Dram. Mir. 82: 642, 661. Ap. 

3, '20. 

Glittering gate, The, play by Lord Dunsany. 

Production at the Neighborhood playhouse, N. Y. city. 
Indep. 101: 382, Mr. 13, '20. 
Government inspector. The, play by N. Gogol. 

Production at the Duke of York's theatre, London. 
Athen. 1920, pt. 1: 553 (i), Ap. 23, '20. 
Grierson's way, play by H. V. Esmond. 

Production at Ambassador's theatre, London. Athen. 
1920. pt. 1: 379(i), Mr. 19, '20. — 111. Lond. N. 
_ 156: 484(i), Mr. 20, '20. 
Griffith, David Wark, motion-picture producer. 

Sketch, por. Nafl M. 49: 119, My.-Je. '20. 
Grippon, Eva, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 80: Ja. 22, '20, 1. 
Groody, Louise, actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 82: 530, Mr. 20, '20. — Mun- 
sey 69: 512, Ap. '20. 
Hackett, Charles, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 80: Ap. 8, '20, 1. 

Portrait as Des Grieux. Mus. Cour. 80: Mr. 18, '20. 5. 
Hackett, James K., actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 31: 91, F. '20. 
Hale, Betty, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 31: 268, Ap. '20. 
Hamilton, Laura, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 69: 154, F. '20. 
Hamlet, tragedy by William Shakespeare. 

Dramatic and bibliographical problems in Hamlet. 
J. D. Wilson. Mod. Lang. R. 15: 163-6, Ap. '20. 

Martin Harvey in Hamlet. Athen. 1920, pt. 1: 23- 

4, Ja. 2, '20. 
Hammerstein, Elaine, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 31: 42, Ja. '20. 
Hamper, Genevieve (Mrs. R. B. Mantell), actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 31: 31, Ja. '20. 
Hampden, Walter (Dougherty), actor, 1879-. 

Portrait in The wayfarer. Theatre 31: 9, Ja. '20. 
Harding, Lorraine, actress. 

Portraits. Nat'l M. 49: cover. 118, 120-21, My.- 
Je. '20. 
Harrold, Orville, opera singer. 

Portrait. Theatre 31: 230, Mr. '20. 
Hay, Mary, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 31: 90, F. '20. 
He and she, play by Rachel Crothers. 

Production at Little theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. Mir. 
82: 310(J), F. 21, '20. — il. Theatre 31: 269-70. 
275, Ap. '20. 
Heart of Pierrot, The, one-act play by Margretta 
Scott. 
Text. Drama 10: 200-2, F. '20. 
Heme (Ahern), (Katherine) Chrystal (Mrs. H. S. 
Pollard), actress, 1883-. 
Portrait. Theatre 31: 267, Ap. '20. 
His happy home, play by H. V. Willoughby. 

Production at the Comedy theatre, London. 111. 
Lond. N. 156: 152(i), Ja. 24, '20. 
Hole in the wall, The, play by F: Jackson. 

Criticism. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 75: 664(i), Ap. 8. '20. 
Production at Punch and Judy theatre, N. Y. city. 
Mr. 1920. Dram. Mir. 82: 628(i), Ap. 3, '20. 
Hottentot, The, play by V. Mapes and W. Collier. 
Premiere at Broad Street theatre, Philadelphia, Ja. 

1920. Dram. Mir. 82: 133(J), Ja. 29, '20. 
Production at George M. Cohan theatre, N. Y. city. 
Dram. Mir. 82: 414(^), Mr. 6, '20. — Indep. 102: 
241, My. 22, '20. — Theatre 31: 258, 309, Ap. '20. 
Hyland, Peggy, actress. 

Portrait. Graphic 101: 60, Ja. 10, '20. 
In the night, play by C. Harcourt. 

Production at the Kingsway theatre, London. 111. 
Lond. N. 156: 39(i), Ja. 10, '20. 
Jane Clegg, play by St. J. G. Ervine. 

Criticism. J. S. Metcalfe. 75: 462(i), Mr. 11, '20. 

— L. Lewisohn. Nation 110: 376-7, Mr. 20, '20. 

Production at Garrick theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 

Mir. 82: 363(J), F. 28, '20. — Indep. 101: 382. Mr. 

13. '20. — il. Theatre 31: 265. 269, Ap. '20. 



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^^Vanis, Elsie (Bierbower), actress, 1889-. 
i^ Portrait. Munsey 68: 701, Ja. '20. — Woman's Home 
C. 47: F. '20, 103. 
Jardon, Dorothy, opera singer. 

Biographical sketch. Mus. Cour. 80: F. 12, '20, 39(J). 
Jest, The (La cena delle befle), tragedy by S. Benelli. 
Criticism. Alice Raphael. Drama 10: 140-45, Ja, '20. 
ban of memories, play by W. Disher. 
Criticism. Athen. 1920, pt. 1: 120(i), Ja. 23, '20. 
John Ferguson, play by St. John Ervine. 
Description. Graphic 101: 322(i), F. 28, '20. 
Production at the Lyric theatre, London. Athen. 

1920, pt. 1: 314(J). Mr. 5 '20. 
ulius Caesar, drama by Wm. Shakespeare. 
Production at the St. James theatre, London. Athen. 
1920, pt. 1: 88(J), Ja. 16, '20. — il. Graphic 101: 
94(i), Ja. 17, '20. — 111. Lond. N. 156: 112(i), Ja. 
17, '20. — Spectator 124: 174-5, F. 7, '20. 
Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 101: 151, Ja. 31, '20. 
list fancy, revue by A. Wimperis and H. Darewski. 
Production at the Vaudeville theatre, London. III. 

Lond. N. 156: 632(i), Ap. 10, '20. 
Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 101: 651, Ap. 24, 
'20. 
Just like Judy, play by E. Denny. 

Production at St. Martins theatre, London. Athen. 
1920, pt. l:251(i), F. 20, '20. 
Kanders, Helene, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 80: Ap. 15, '20. — Theatre 31: 

262, Ap. '20. 
Sketch. Mus. Cour. 80: Ap. 8, '20, 53(i). 
Karsavina, Mme. Thamara, actress. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 156: 510, Mr. 27, '20. 
Kennedy, Madge (Mrs. H. Bolster), actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 82: 8, Ja. 8, '20; 82: 407, Mr. 
6, '20. — Theatre 31: 44, Ja. '20. 
Eenyon, Doris, actress, 1897-. 

Portrait. Munsey 69: 324, Mr. '20. — Theatre 31: 
255, Ap. '20. 
King Lear, tragedy by W, Shakespeare. 

"King Lear" and the ballad of "John Careless." H. 
E. Rollins. Mod. Lang. R. 15: 87-9, Ja. '20 j 
Kiri no Meiji Yama, a Noh-drama in Japanese syl- 
lables, by S. F. Damon. 
Text. Dial 68: 205-13, F. '20. 
Kitty breaks loose, play by K. Stack. 

Production at the Duke of York's theatre, London. 
Athen. 1920. pt. 1: 251(1), F. 20, '20. 
Lassie, musical comedy by Catherine C. Gushing and 

• H. Felix. 
Production at Nora Bayes theatre, N. Y. city, Ap. 
1920. Dram. Mir. 82: 680(i), Ap. 10, '20. 
Lawrence, Margaret (Mrs. O. D. Munn), actress. 
Portrait. Munsey 68: 713, Ja. '20. Theatre 31: 180, 
Mr. '20. 
Lazaro, Hipolito, opera singer. 

I Portrait as Mario in Tosca. Mus. Cour. 80: Ap. 1, 
'20, 5. 
Letter of the law. The (La robe rouge), play by E. 
Brieux. 
Brieux and Barrymore. L. Lewisohn. Nation 110: 
340-41, Mr. 13, '20. 
Production at Criterion theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 82: 367(1), F. 28, '20. — Indep. 101: 382. Mr. 
13, '20 — il. Theatre 31: 253, 312, Ap. '20. 
Light of the world, The, religious drama by P. Saisson. 
Description. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 75: 148(i), Ja. 22, 
'20. 
Production at Lyric theatre, N. Y. city. Theatre 31: 
142, F. '20. 
Linger longer, Letty, comedy with music, by Anna 
Nichols, A. Goodman, and B, Grosman. 
Production at Fulton theatre, N. Y. city. Theatre 31 : 
20, Ja. '20. 
Look who's here, musical comedy by F. Mandel, S. 
Hein, E. Paulton, and C. Lean. 
Production at Forty-fourth street theatre, N. Y. city. 
Dram. Mir. 82: 419(i), Mr. 6, '20. — Theatre 31: 
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Lorraine, Lillian (Eulalleau de Jacques), actress. 
Portrait. Munsey 69: 146, F. '20. — Theatre 31: 
26. Ja. '20. 
Lost leader, The, drama by L. Robinson. 

Plot and excerpts, il. Cur. Opin. 68: 47-53. Ja. '20. 
Scene from (picture). Theatre 31: 23, Ja. '20. 
Lowe, Isabelle, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 68: 711. Ja. '20. — Theatre 31: 
32. Ja. '20. 
Mc Glynn, Frank, actor. 

Portrait. Everybody's 42: Ap. '20, 66. 

Portrait as Abraham Lincoln. Everybody's 42: 

Ap. '20, 66. 
His success in Abraham Lincoln. pors. Mary B. 
Mullett. il. Am. M. 89: My. '20. 34-7, 282, 284, 
286. — por. C. Andrews. Theatre 31: 88-9. F. '20. 
MacKellar, Helen, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 31: 255, Ap. '20. 
Maeterlinck, Maurice, dramatist 1862-. 

Interview. M. J. Moses. Indep. 101: 97, Ja. 17. '20. 
Sketch, por. M. J. Moses. Theatre 31: 12. 63, 
Ja. '20. 
Mamma's affair, play by Rachel B. Butler. 

Description. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 75: 184(i). Ja, 

29, '20. 
Harvard prize play. L. Lewisohn. Nation 110: 211 

(i). F. 14, '20. 
Production at Little theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. Mir. 
82: 132(i), Ja. 29. '20. — il. Theatre 31: 181, 187. 
Mr. '20. 
Man who came back, play by J. E. Goodman. 

Description. Graphic 101: 614(1), Ap, 17, '20. 
Mansfield, Martha actress. 

Portrait. Theatre,31: 277, Ap. '20. 
Marlowe, Julia (Mrs. E. H. Sothem), actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 31: 25, Ja. '20. 
Marriage-d,-la-mode, play by J. Dryden. 

Revival at the Phoenix theatre, London. Athen. 
1920, pt. 1: 218-19, F. 13, '20. 
Martyn, Kathlene, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 31: 254. Ap. '20. 
Mason, Shirley, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 31: cover, Ap. '20. 
Medea, tragedy by Euripedes. 

Production at the Duke of York's theatre, London. 

Athen. 1920, pt. 1: 519(i), Ap. 16, '20. 
Production at Garrick theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 82: 576-7, Mr. 27, '20. — L. Lewisohn. Nation 
110: 525-6, Ap. 17. '20. 
Melodrama. 

Tragedies with happy endings. B. Matthews. No. 
Am. 211: 355-65, Mr. '20. 
Mr. Pim passes by, comedy by A, A. Milne. 
Description. Graphic 101: 66(i), Ja. 10. '20. 
Production at the New theatre, London. Athen. 
1920, pt. 1: 88(§), Ja. 16, '20. — 111. Lond. N. 156: 
112(i), Ja. '17, '20. 
Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 101: 200, F. 7. '20. 
Mr. Todd's experiment, play by W. Hackett. 
Description. Graphic 101: 200(|), F. 7, '20. 
Production at the Queen's theatre, London, Athen. 
1920, pt. 1: 187(1), F. 6, '20. — 111. Lond. N. 156: 
232(i), F. 7, '20. 
Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 101: 347. Mr. 6, '20. 
Mrs. Jimmie Thompson, farce by Edith Ellis and 
N. S. Rose. 
Commended. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 75: 708-9. 

Ap. 15, '20. 
Production at Princess theatre. N. Y. city, Mr. 1920. 
Dram. Mir. 82: 628-9, Ap. 3. '20. 
Miura, Tamaki, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 80: Mr. 11. '20. 40; 80: My. 6, 
•20, 1. 
Monday, plav by A. Kreymborg. 

Text. Drama 10: 264-71, My. '20. 
Monsieur Beaucaire, operetta by F: Ixjnsdale, A. Ross, 
and A. Messager, founded on story by Booth 
Tarkington, 
Production at New Amsterdam theatre, N. Y. city. 

Theatre 31: 98, 100, F. '20. 
Scene from (picture). Theatre 31: 5, Ja. '20. 



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Monteil, Annette, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 31: 166. Mr. '20. 
Morselli, Luigi Ercole, dramatist. 

Sketch of. Cur. Opin. 68: 200, F. '20. 
Mortimer, Dorothy, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 68: 702, Ja. '20. 
Moscowitch, Maurice, actor. 

Biographical sketch, por. Graphic 101: 658(i), 

Ap. 24, '20. 
Portrait as Shylock. 111. Lond. N. 156: 38, Ja. 10, '20. 
Moving pictures. 

Boston and the "movie" censorship. A. Woods. 

Survey 44: 108-9, Ap. 17, '20. 
In the far places. A. L. Parker, il. Ladies H. J. 

37: F. '20, 3. 
Influence brought to bear on movie managers. Survey 

44: 200(J), My. 8, '20. 
The moving picture — obiter dicta of a censor. E. P. 

Oberholtzer. Yale R. 9: 620-32, Ap. '20. 
Moving pictures as an aid to the church. Cur. Opin. 

68: 226-7. F. '20. 
Do motion pictures contribute to delinquency in 

young people? Survey 44: 88(i) Ap. 10, '20. 
Some unfilmed movies of our forefathers. W: Park. 

il. Drama 10: 145-7, Ja. '20. 
A visit to the film capitol of the world — Los Angeles, 
il. Forum 63: 16-29. Ja. '20. 
Mums6e, play by E: Knoblauch. 

Production at the Little theatre. London. Athen. 
1920, pt. 1: 315(J), Mr. 5, '20. 
Musk, drama by Leonie de Souiny. 

Criticism. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 75: 558(§). Mr. 25. 

'20. 
Production at Punch and Judy theatre. N. Y. city. 
Mr. 1920. Dram. Mir. 82: 520(i). Mr. 20. '20. 
My golden girl, musical comedy by F. Kummer and 
V. Herbert. 
Production at Nora Hayes theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 82: 206(J). F. 7. '20. — Theatre 31: 220. 222, 
Mr. '20. 
My lady friends, drama by E. Nyitray and F. Mandel. 
Production at Comedy theatre. N. Y. city. il. 
Theatre 31: 13, 61, Ja. '20. 
Namara, Marguerite (Mrs. G. Bolton), opera singer 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 80: F. 5, '20, 5. 
Ned Eean of Old Drury, play by A. Shirley. 

Production at the Kensington theatre, London. 
Athen. 1920, pt. 1: 583-4, Ap. 30, '20. 
Newcomb, Mary, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 31: 255, Ap. '20. 
Nielsen, Alice (Mrs. L. Stoddard), opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 80: Ap. 22, '20, 1. 
Night boat. The, musical comedy by J. Kern and 
Anne Caldwell, founded on farce by A. Bisson. 
Production at Liberty theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 82: 210(i). F. 7, '20. — Theatre 31: 220, 
Mr. '20. 
Night lodging, play by M. Gorky. 

Criticism. Cur. Opin. 68: 195-7, F. '20. — L. Lewis- 

ohn. Nation 110: 49-50, Ja. 10. '20. 
Production at Plymouth theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 82: 7(i), Ja. 8, '20. — Indep. 102: 117. Ap. 
24, '20. — il. Theatre 31: 77, 100-1, F. '20. 
No more blondes, drama by O. Harbach, based on a 
story by E. Franklin. 
Production at Maxine Elliott's theatre, N. Y. city. 
Dram. Mir. 82: 91(i), Ja. 22, '20. — il. Theatre 
31:98, 144, F. '20. 
Normand, Mabel, actress. 

Biographical, por. Dram. Mir. 82: 534, 557, Mr. 

20, '20. 
Portrait. Dram. Mir. 82: 459, Mr. 13, '20. 
O'Denishawn, Florence (Florence Andrews), dancer. 

Portrait. Theatre 31: 11, Ja. '20. 
One night in Rome, drama by J. H. Manners. 

Production at Criterion theatre, N. Y. city. il. 
Theatre 31: 15, 21, Ja. '20. 
O'Neil, Nance (Gertrude Lamson)), (Mrs. A. 
Hickman), actress, 1875-. 
Portrait in The passion flower. Theatre 31: 259, 
Ap. '20. — (in group). Indep. 101: 215, F. 7, '20. — 
Les. W. 130: 197, F. 14, '20. 



O'Neill, Eugene Gladstone, dramatist, 1888-. 

Biographical. Alta M. Coleman. Theatre 31: 264. 

302, Ap. '20. 
See Beyond the horizon. 
Opera. 

Opera in English. Henrietta Straus. Nation 110: 
437-8, Ap. 3, '20. 
Opera in America. 

The American composer and opera. Henrietta Straus. 

Nation 110: 309-10, Mr. 6, '20. 
New York city. Influence of Campanini on the 
Metropolitan opera. Nation 110: 50-51, Ja. 10, '20. 
Scenery, Importance of, in opera, season 1919-1920. 

il. Cur. Opin. 68: 54-5, Ja. '20. 
Scenery. Opera and pageant stagecraft in Chicago, 
il. Drama 10: 150-53, Ja. '20. 
Othello, tragedy by W: Shakespeare. 

Production at the New theatre, London. Athen. 
1920, pt. 1: 284-5, F. 27, '20. — 111. Lond. N. 156: 
302(J), F. 21, '20. 
Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 101: 519, Ap. 3, 
'20. 
Ouija board. The, drama by C. Wilbur. 

Criticism. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 75: 708(J), Ap. 15, 

'20. 
Production at Bijou theatre, N. Y. city. Mr. 1920. 
Dram. Mir. 82: 628(1), Ap. 3, '20. 
Parker, Horatio William, 1863-1919. 

Sketch, por. N. Music R. 19: 58-60, Ja. '20. 
Passion flower. The, tragedy translated from the 
Spanish of J. Benavente. 
Production at Belmont theatre, N. Y. city. Indep. 

102: 157, My. 1, '20. 
Production at Greenwich Village theatre, N. Y, city 
Dram. Mir. 82: 131(1), Ja. 29, 20. — il. Theatre 
31: 183-4. Mr. '20. 
Review. L. Lewisohn. Nation 110: 152-3, Ja. 31, '20. 
Pavlova, Mme. Anna, Russian dancer. 1885-. 

Portraits. 111. Lond. N. 156: 656-7, Ap. 17, '20. 
Portrait (with H. Stowitts). Theatre 31: 30: Ja. '20. 
Peter Ibbetson, drama by J: N. Raphael, adapted 
from novel by G. Du Maurier 
Production at Savoy theatre, London. Athen. 1920, 
pt. 1: 252(i), F. 20. '20. 
Petr Vok Bozmberk, historical drama by F. A. 
Subert, tr. by Beatrice M. Mekota. 
Text. Poet Lore 31: 1-68, Spring. '20. 
Petrova, Olga (Minnie Collins) (Mrs. Stewart), 
actress. 1885-. 
Portrait. Dram. Mir. 81: 2097. Ja. 1, '20. 
Pietro, play by Maud Skinner and J. E. Goodman. 
Production at Criterion theatre, N. Y. city, Ja. 
1920. Dram. Mir. 82: 131 (J), Ja. 29. '20. — Indep. 
101: 235, F. 14, '20. — il. Theatre 31: 182-3, 
Mr. '20. 
Pilgrims, The, pageant of progress in celebration of 
the tercentenary of the landing of the Pilgrims, by 
Constance D . Mackay. 
Text. il. Woman's Home C. 47: Ap. '20, 24, 81. 
Piper, The, drama by Josephine Peabody. 

Production at Fulton theatre, N. Y. city, Mr. 1920. 
Dram. Mir. 82: 576(i), Mr. 27, '20. 
Plasrwriting. 

The mechanics of Elizabethan playwriting. W. J. 
Lawrence. Athen. 1920, pt. 1: 575-6, Ap. 30. '20. 
Poldekin, drama by B. Tarkington. 

Text. McClure 52: Mr.-Ap. '20, 8-11. 91, and follow- 
ing issues, 
Pompey the great, play by J: Masefield. 

Production in London. Athen. 1920. pt. 1: 151(|), 
Ja. 30, '20. — 111. Lond. N. 156: 190(i). Ja. 31. '20. 
Poor John, comedy by G. M. Sierra, tr. by J: S. Under- 
bill. 
Text. Drama, 10: 172-80, F. '20. 
Power of darkness. The, play by L. Tolstoy. 

Production at Garrick theatre, N. Y. city. Dial 68: 
405-6, Mr. '20. — Dram. Mir. 82: 167(1), F. 5, '20. 
— Indep. 101: 161, Ja. 31, '20. — L. Lewisohn. 
Nation 110: 178(f), F. 7, '20. — Theatre 31: 184, 
Mr. '20. 
Scenes from (pictures). Theatre 31: 77, F. '20. 



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Purple mask, The, play by M. Lang, adapted from 
Le chevalier au masque by P. Armont and J. Ma- 
noussi. 
Iriticism. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 75: 148(i), Ja. 22, '20. 
•roduction at Booth theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. Mir. 
82: 51(i), Ja. 15, '20. — i. Theatre 31: 75, 142, 
144. F. '20. 
Pygmalion, play by G. B. Shaw. 

Production at Aldwych theatre, London. 111. J ond. 

N. 156: 302(i), F. 21, '20. 
Review. C. C. Savage. Forum. 63: 244, F. '20. 
Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 101: 364, Mr. 6, '20. 
Quay of magic things, The, one-act comedy by J. C. 
Mosher. 
Text. Drama 10: 188-91, F. '20. 
Raisa, Rosa, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 80: F. 19, '20, 11. 
Rambeau, Marjorie, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey. 68: 703, Ja. '20. 
Ray, Charles, actor. 

Biographical, por. Dram. Mir. 82: 480, 505, Mr. 13, 

'20. 
Portrait. Dram. Mir. 81 : 2090, Ja. 1,'20. — Woman's 
Home C. 47: Ap. '20,100. 
Rea, William J., actor. 

Portrait as Abraham Lincoln. 111. Lond. N. 156: 
38, Ja. 10, '20. 
Reid, (William) Wallace, actor, 1891-. 

Portrait. Woman's Home C. 47: Ap. '20, 100. 
Reinhardt, Max, manager. 

Work of. Cur. Opin. 68: 56-7, Ja. '20. 
Relph, Phyllis, actress. 

Portrait. Graphic 101: 610, Ap. 17, '20. 
Richard III, drama adapted by A. Hopkins, from 
King Henry VI and King Richard IllbyW: Shakes- 
peare. 
As played by J: Barrymore at Plymouth theatre, N. Y. 
city. Cur. Opin. 68: 499-500. Ap. '20. — Dram. 
Mir. 82: 466(i), Mr. 13, '20 — J. S. Metcalfe. 
Life 75: 510(i), Mr. 18. '20. — L. Lewisohn. Nation 
110: 403-4, Mr. 27. '20. -- Theatre 31: 310, 312, 
Ap. '20. 
Rimini, Giacomo, opera singer. 

Portraits. Mus. Cour. 80: F. 19, '20, 1. 
Rip van Winkle, opera by R. De Koven and P. Mackaye. 
Criticism. M. Moses. 11. Les. W. 130: 212-13, F. 21, 

'20. 
Premiere at Auditorium, Chicago. Ja. 1920. il. Mus. 
Cour. 80: Ja. 8. '20, 5. 40. 
Rise of Silas Lapham, drama by Lillian Sabine, 
based on novel by W. D. Howells. 
Production at Garrick theatre, N. Y. city. Theatre 
31: 18, 20. Ja. '20. 
Rivals, The, play by R. B. Sheridan. 

Revival at the Old Vic. Athen. 1920. pt. 1: 348(i), 
Mr. 12, '20. 
Romeo and Juliet, play by W: Shakespeare. 

Romeo and Juliet as an opera. Athen. 1920, pt. 1: 
518, Ap. 16. '20. 
Rubens, Alma, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 31: 192, Mr. '20. 
Ruby red, satire by C. Stratton. 
Text. Drama 10: 192-5, F. '20. 
Ruddigore, opera by W. Gilbert and A. Sullivan. 
Production at Park theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. Mir. 

82: 206(i). F. 7, '20. 
Revival of. il. Cur. Opin. 68: 350-1, Mr. '20. 
RuSo, Tita, opera singer. 

Portrait as Hamlet. Mus. Cour. 80: Mr. 11. '20. 1. 
Ruined lady, The, play by Frances Nordstrom. 
Criticism. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 75: 276(J). F. 12. '20. 
Production at Playhouse. N. Y. city. Dram. Mir. 
82: 132(J). Ja. 29. '20. — il. Theatre 31: 181. 
183, Mr. '20. 
Review. L. Lewisohn. Nation 110: 210(i), F. 14, 
'20. 
Ryan, Mary, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 69: 145, F. '20. 
Sabine women. The, play by L. N. Andreyev. 

Production at The Neighborhood Playhouse of the 
H: Street Settlement, N. Y. city. Indep. 101: 382. 
Mr. 13, '20. 



Sacred and profane love, play by A. Bennett. 

Criticism. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 75: 463(4), Mr. 11. 

'20. 
Production at Morosco theatre. N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 82: 362-3. F. 28, '20. — Indep. 101: 382. Mr. 
13. '20. — il. Theatre 31: 258. 270, 272, Ap. '20. 
Sakharofl, Alexander, dancer. 

Portrait. Theatre 31: 179, Mr. '20. 
Sakharoff, Clotilde, dancer. 

Portrait. Theatre 31: 179. Mr. 20. 
Segal, Vivienne, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 69: 141, F. '20. — Theatre 31: 
32, Ja. '20. 
Shakespeare, William, dramatist, 1564-1616. 

Celebrating Shakespeare's birthday at Stratford. 

Graphic 101: 610(i), Ap. 17, '20. 
On producing Shakespeare. Athen. 1920, pt. 1: 
186-7, F. 6. '20. 
Sharlow, Myma, opera singer. 

Portraits. Mus. Cour. 80: Ja. 22. "20. 27. 
Shavings, play by Pauline Phelps and Marion Short, 
adapted from novel by J. C. Lincoln. 
Description. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 75: 414-15, Mr. 

4. '20. 
Production at Knickerbocker theatre, N. Y. city. 
Dram. Mir. 82: 310(J), F. 21. '20. — Indep. 101: 
382. Mr. 13, '20 — il. Theatre 31 : 272, 275. Ap. '20. 
Shepley, Ruth, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 69: 525, Ap. '20. — Theatre 31: 
27. Ja. '20; 31: cover. Mr. '20. 
Shirley, Florence, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 69: 142. F. '20. 
Sign on the door. The, melodrama by C. Pollock. 
Production at Republic theatre, N. Y. c^ty. Dram. 
Mir. 81: 2023(J), Ja. 1, '20. —il. Theatre 31: 99, 
101, F. '20. 
Review. C. C. Savage. Forum: 633: 244-5, F. '20. 
Sinners both, play by H. Thomas. 

Production at Kingsway theatre, London. 111. Lond. 
N. 156:536(i),Mr. 27, '20. 
Smilin' through, drama by A. L. Martin. 

Description. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 75: 112(J), Ja. 15. 

'20. 
Production at Broadhurst theatre, N. Y. city. D. 1919. 
Dram. Mir. 82: 51(i). Ja. 15. '20. — Indep. 101: 341 
Mr. 6. '20. — Theatre 31: 97-8. F. '20. 
Son daughter, The, drama by G. Scarborough. 

Production at Belasco theatre. N. Y. city. Theatre 
31: 17, Ja. '20. 
Sophie, comedy by P. Moeller. 

Production at Greenwich Village theatre. N. Y. city, 

Mr. 1920. Dram. Mir. 82: 466(J). Mr. 13, '20.— 

il. Theatre 31 : 246, 273, Ap. '20. 

Sorcerer, The, opera by W. S. Gilbert and A. Sullivan. 

Production at the Prince's theatre. London. 111. 

Lond. N. 156: 152(i), Ja. 24. '20. 
Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 101: 160. Ja. 31, '20. 
Stedman, Myrtle, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 31: 108. F. '20. 
Stewart, Anita (Anna) (Mrs. R. C. Brennan), ac- 
tress. 1895-. 
Portrait. Dram. Mir. 82: 575. Mr. 27, '20. — Theatre 
31: 44. Ja. '20. 
Story, Belle (Grace Leard) (Mrs. F. E. Andrews), 
actress. 
Portrait. Munsey 69: 151. F. '20. 
Strindberg, Johan August, author and dramatist, 
1849-1912. 
Life and work of. A. J. Uppvall. Poet Lore 31: 69- 
156. Spring. '20. 

Sundelius, Marie, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 80: Mr. 25, '20, 43. — (in cos- 
t ume). Mj4s. Cour. 80: My. 6. '20, 5. 
Sunshine of the world, operetta by Gladys Unger. 
K. K. Ardaschir, and C. Cuvillier. 
Description. Graphic 101: 322(i), F. 28, '30; 101: 

433, Mr. 20, '20. 
Production at Empire theatre, London. 111. Lond. 
N. 156: 350(J), F. 28, '20. 
Swanson, Gloria, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 31: 105, F. '20. 



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Sylva, Marguerita, opera singer. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 82: 256, F. 14, '20. 
Talmadge, Constance, actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 82: 384, F. 28, '20. 
Talmadge, Norma, actress. 

Biographical, por. Dram. Mir. 82: 744, 765, Ap. 

17, '20. 
Portrait. Dram. Mir. 82: 445, Mr. 6, '20. — Theatre 
31: cover, F. '20. 
Taylor, Laurette, (Cooney) (Mrs. J. H. Manners), 
actress, 1887-. 
Portrait. Munsey 69: 143, F. '20. 
Portrait in One night in Rome. Theatre 31 : 15. Ja. '20 
Tea for three, comedy by R. C. Megrue. 

Production at Haymarket theatre, London. Athen. 
1920, pt. 1: 219(1). F. 13, '20. — 111. Lond. N. 156: 
264(i), F. 14, '20. 
Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 101: 316, F. 28, '20. 
Tell, Olive, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 31: 32, Ja. '20. 
Tempest, The, play by W: Shakespeare. 

The tempest as opera. E: J. Dent. Athen. 1920, 
pt. 1: 550, Ap. 23, '20. 
Theatre. 

Critics and creators of the theatre. L. Lewisohn. Book- 
man 50: 587-91, F. '20. 
Four kinds of audiences. Rachael Crothers. Drama 

10: 273-5. My. '20. 
New difficulties of the stage. A. Capus. Drama 10: 

129-31, Ja. '20. 
A "People's theatre." A letter to Ladv Gregory. 

W. B. Yeats. Dial 68: 458-68, Ap. '20. 
Ukrainian theatres. D. L. Breed. Drama 10: 239- 
41, Mr.-Ap. '20. 
Theatre in America. 

Cornell dramatic club. Countryside theatre. A 
unique experiment. A. M. Drummond. il. Drama 
10: 237-8, Mr.-Ap. '20. 
Our national theatre audiences; their likes and dis- 
likes. G. B. Post. Forum 63: 440-45. Ap.-My. 
'20. 
New York city. The Jewish art theatre. W. A. 

Lowenberg. il. Theatre 31: 260. 302. Ap. '20. 
Theatre problem in the smaller cities. A. F. Ferguson. 
Drama 10: 161-3. Ja. '20. 
Theatre in England. 

"Follies" of 1585. R. Altrocchi. Drama 10: 225-7, 

Mr.-Ap. '20. 
The "free-list" and theatre tickets in Shakespeare's 
time and after. A. Thaler. Mod. Lang. R. 15: 
124-36, Ap. '20. 
Theatre — Stage. 

Doors and curtains in Restoration theatres. A. 

Nicoll. Mod. Lang. R. 15: 136-42. Ap. '20. 
Opera and pageant stagecraft in Chicago, il. Drama 
10: 150-53. Ja. '20. 
Theatres in Germany. 

Berlin. Grosses Schauspielhaus. Athen. 1920. pt. 
1: 24 (i), Ja. 20, '20. — il. Cur. Opin. 68: 346-8. 
Mr. '20. 
39 East, comedy by Rachel Crothers. 

Production at Shubert theatre, N. Y.. city. Indep. 
102: 309, Je. 5, '20. 
Three sisters, The, play by A. Tchekov. 

Production at the Court theatre, London. Athen. 
1920, pt. 1: 378(J), Mr. 19, '20. 
Tick, tack, toe, revue by H. Timberg. 

Production at Princess theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 82: 415-16, Mr. 6, '20.— Theatre 31: 273, 
Ap. '20. 
Tom Trouble, play by J: Burley. 

Production at the Holborn Empire theatre, London. 
111. Lond. N. 156: 486(i), Mr. 20, '20. 
Tomlin, Blanche, opera singer. 

Interview, por. Mus. Cour. 80: Ap. 1, '20, 14(f). 
Portrait. Munsey 69: 148, F. '20. 
Tragedy of Nan, The, drama by J: Masefield. 

Criticism. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 75: 414 (|), Mr. 4, 

■20. 
Production at 39th street theatre, N. Y, city. Dram. 
Mir. 82: 362(i). F. 28. '20. — il. Theatre 31: 271- 
2, Ap. '20. 



Trimmed in scarlet, drama by W: Hurlbut. 

Criticism. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 25: 322-3, F. 19, '20. 
Production at Maxine Elliott's theatre, N. Y. city. 
Dram. Mir. 82: 206(i), F. 7, '20. — Theatre 31: 185, 
220. Mr. '20. 
Truth about the Russian dances, The, playlet by 
J. M. Barrie. 
Description. J. T. Grein. 111. Lond. N. 156: 510, 
Mr, 27. '20. 
Tune of a tune. A, playlet by D. W. Totheroh. 

Text. Drama 10: 184-8, F. '20. 
Ulrich, Lenore, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 68: 708, Ja. '20. 
Portrait (in group) as the Chinese heroine in The son- 
daughter. Indep. 101: 215, F. 7, '20. — McClure 
52: Ja. '20, 23. 
Uncle Ned, play by D. Murray. 

Production at St. James theatre, London. 111. Lond. 
N. 156: 630(i), Ap. 10, '20. 
Unknown woman. The, drama by Marjorie Blaine 
and W. Mack, based on play by S. Lewis. 
Production at Maxine Elliot theatre, N. Y. city. il. 
Theatre 31 : 17, 19, Ja. '20. 
Valentine, Grace (Scharrenberger) (Snow), actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 31: 180. Mr. '20. 
Valli, Valli (Mrs. L. Dreyfus), actress, 1882-. 

Portrait. Munsey 69: 323, Mr. '20. 
Vaudeville. 

Vaudeville. M. Hartley. Dial 68: 335-42, M. '20. 
Vogel, Marguerite, opera singer. 

Portrait as Thais. Mus. Cour. 80: Ap. 1, '20, 1. 
Walker, Dugald Stewart, manager. 

Appreciation. Grace Humphrey, il. Drama 10: 
254-6, My. '20. 
Walton, Edna, actress. 

Portrait (with Nance O'Neil) in The passion flower. 
Les W. 130: 197, F. 14. '20. 
Weiman, Rita, playwright. 

Portrait. Theatre 31: 173. Mr. '20. 
See Acquittal. The. 
What's in a name? revue by J. Anderson and M. 
Ager. 
Commended. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 75: 664(i). Ap. 

8. '20. 
Production at Maxine Elliott's theatre. N. Y. city, 
Mr. 1920. Dram. Mir. 82: 576(i). Mr. 27, 20. 
White devil, The, play by J: Webster. 

Production by the Marlowe society at Cambridge, 
Eng. Athen. 1920, pt. 1: 377(i), Mr. 19, '20. 
Wild geese, musical comedy by R. Jeans. 

Production at the Comedy theatre, London. 111. 

Lond. N. 156: 350(i), F. 28, '20. 
Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 101: 364, Mr. 6, '20| 
Winwood, Estelle, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 68: 700, Ja. '20. 

Wonderful thing. The, play by Lillian T. BradleyJ 

Criticism. J. S. Metcalfe. Life 75: 462-3, Mr. 11, 

'20. 

Production at the Playhouse, N. Y. city. il. Theati 

31: 258, 270, Ap. '20. 

Yeats, William Butler, dramatist. 1865-. 

Impressions of. St. J: Ervine. No. Am. 211: 22^ 
37, F. '20, and following issue. 
Young, Clara Kimball, actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 82: 678, Ap. 10, '20, 
Young person in pink. The, play by Gertrude Jen^ 
nings. 
Production at Haymarket theatre, London. 11 

Lond. N. 156: 630(J), Ap. 10. '20. 
Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 101 : 603, Ap. 17, '2C 
Young visiters, play by Mrs. G. Norman and Margare^ 
Mackenzie, adapted from story of Daisy Ashfordj 
Description. Graphic 101: 286(i), F. 21. '20. 
Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 101: 400. Mr. 13] 
'20. — 111. Lond. N. 156: 333. F. 28, '20. 
Zaza, opera by R. Leoncavallo. 

Production at Metropolitan opera house, N. Y. citj 
Ja. 1920. il. Mus. Cour. 80: Ja. 22, '20. 5, 23. 




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ceed in her work for the children. Know- 
ing the joy she had found as a girl in the 
best books, she labors with untiring zeal 
and great success to bring to other, less 
fortunate, children the blessings of contact 
with real books. 

In 1879 she joined the American Library 
Association, of which she is now a life 
member and a past Vice-President. She has 
served as Councilor for many years, and 
has been for a long time secretary of the 
Connecticut Public Library Commission. 

She is a member also of the American 
Library Institute. An authority always on 
children's books, she is the author of "Books 
for the Young" and "Books for Boys and 
Girls." It is probably true that no list or 
bibliography on Juvenile literature has been 
compiled during the last thirty years without 
the helpful advice of Miss Hewins, either 
in person or through her writings. 

Hartford has been added to the library 
map of the world, largely through the repu- 



tation of its public librarian. Those of us 
who have been privileged to partake of 
afternoon tea in the spacious, yet cosy, 
homelike office of Miss Hewins have a 
memory to treasure always. 

MAGAZINE NOTES 

Since our last issue, there have been fewer changes 
in size and make-up among the periodicals than for 
a long time. Evidently our efforts in these columns 
are having a good effect on the publishers. But we 
have less to write about, so in the interest of future 
"copy" let us this time say but little. 

Iowa Library Quarterly has a new and startling 
idea. Its April- May- June, 1920, quarterly issue 
was published in three "Part Numbers" as they 
are called, each entitled vol. 8, no. 14, but all three 
paged consecutively. Why not have called one 
"April," the next "May," and the third "June." 

Journal of Religion is the new name, beginning in 
January, 1921, of the Biblical World, into which 
at the time of change of name the American Journal 
of Theology will Idc merged. We believe that is the 
best way to record the coming change to be made by 
the University of Chicago Press in two of its peri- 
odicals. 

National Geographic Magazine has wobbled about 
a good bit in its subscription price of late. Formerly 
$2.50 ($2.00 to members and libraries), it went up 
like most of the rest, first to $3.00, then to $4.00. and 
then to $4.50. But before we had time to refund, 
or get the extra money from our subscribers, it an- 
nounced a cut from $4.50 to $4.00. Those guys 
don't seem to care a heck how much billhead paper, 
envelopes, and bookkeeping we do for them free. 
$4.00 is the rate now. If you paid us more, we'll 
refund — on request. If you paid us less — never 
mind — its a splendid day isn't it, so mild for this 
time of year. 

The "Cosmopolitan group" so-called, of which 
most librarians know only Good Housekeeping, 
after raising prices to almost prohibitive heights, 
have announced a "club" plan by which two or more 
of 'em can be had ever-so-much less. Pictorial^ 
Review has joined this "club" family, too. Don'] 
you believe they found the last raise had cut circ 
lation too much. It looks sort o' so. 

Texas Libraries has our humble apology for a 
nouncing its premature death with vol. 2, no. 4? 
July, 1917. It was not allowed to die as it had 
determined to do, for here before us is vol. 3, no. 3, 
January, 1920. It was resuscitated in July, 1919. 

The Librarian and Book World has had a vacation 
or rather "holiday" and now comes back smiling to 
its labors — we fancy we should spell it "labours." 
Vol. 10, no. 1, was August-September, 1919; vol. 10, 
no. 2, is October, 1920. 

The Army Quarterly, London, replaces the Unito 
Service Magazine of ancient lineage, which died i: 
June, 1920. Just two years from that armistic 
which was to end war for all time and make armi^ 
obsolete, there comes forth a lusty infant which wi 
devote its life to the interest of armies! 224 pages ' 
vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 1920), is a good beginning. 

Mother and Child, "a magazine concerned witl 
their health," is the name of a new periodical (vol. 1 
no. 1, June, 1920), published by the Americai 
Child Hygiene Association. It was started ai 



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$2.00 a year, 25 cents a number. With January, 1921, 
it becomes a monthly, at $5.00 a year. Free to 
members (whose dues are $5.00 a year). 

The Park International is a newcomer of beautiful 
make-up which deals with the development and 
enjoyment of park areas, public and private. Vol. 1, 
no. 1, is July, 1920, and it is bi-monthly. The illus- 
trations from all parts of the world, including, of 
course, Boston, are beautiful. 

Independent. The power of library influence, when 
indignation is justly aroused, has been well shown in 
the matter of Independent's curious decision that all 
subscribers should pay fifty cents for its 1921 titles 
and indexes. Why? — Because certain binders had 
abused the free privilege by asking for hundreds of 
indexes, not needed. We had many of these circulars 
remailed to us by indignant subscribers and advised 
drastic action, such as a letter stating subscription 
was canceled unless title and index were furnished. 
It was not long before Independent issued another 
notice to the effect that they were surprised at the 
value placed on indexes, and that every subscriber 
should have them free provided notice of such desire 
was filed before January 15th, as only enough to meet 
such requests would be printed. We have sent in a 
list of all our subscribers, and also purchased some 
extra sets to protect future customers, but of course 
we shall have to charge for these extra copies. 

NEW BOOKS BY LIBRARIANS 

Bay, J. Christian. Echoes of Robert Louis 
Stevenson. This little book of less than a hundred 
narrow pages gives the reader a new interest in 
Stevenson, the humanist. Mr. Bay shows by 
excerpt and quotation the clear, virile mind of the 
weary-of-body exile. Quotations from unpublished 
letters emphasize the grim determination of the man 
to live his life in his own way and, in spite of physical 
handicap, to support himself unaided. 

The personal character of all Stevenson's writings 
is brought out; it is his voice speaking to our ears, 
not his pen writing that which our eyes may read. 

The book closes with three appendices: — The 
cry of Mataafa; Three poems in memory of R. L. S.; 

I 

I^H^eciflcations. See also Description. 

Catholic collegiate church, Trebnitz, Prussia. 
Seidell. J. J. 

I The organ and its construction. Ed. 2. 

p. 199. 
Centennial hall, Sydney, New South Wales. 
Audsley. G. A. 
The art of organ building. 1905. v. 2. 
— The same as schemed by Mr. H. L. 
velt. 
Chapel of the Cathedral, Breslau, Prussia. 
Seidell, J. J. 
The organ and its construction. Ed. 2. 
p. 204. 
Chapel, Palazzo publico, Siena, Italy. 1500. 
Audsley. G. A. 

The art of organ building, v. 1. 1905. 
Church at Perleberg. Prussia. 1831, 
Seidell, J. J. 

The organ and its construction. Ed. 2. 
p. 197. 



and a Facsimile of Stevenson's letter in Latin, 
"Latine scribere mihi nunc jucundum est." 

Chicago. Walter M. Hill. 98 pp.. small octavo, 1920. 
500 copies printed. 

Jastrow, Morris. The Book of Job, its origin, 
growth, and interpretation, together with a new 
translation based on a revised text. This work, like 
the author's previous book noticed in these pages 
(The Gentle Cynic; the Book of Ecclesiatics), brings 
new light to bear on the so-called literary masterpieces 
of the Bible. Dr. Jastrow has for many years made 
a study of the sources of the story, and here gives a 
version deviating greatly from all former English 
translations. The first portion of this volume now 
before us is devoted to a discussion of the origin, 
growth, and interpretation of the Book of Job. 

Philadelphia. J. B. Lippincott Co. 369 pp. $4.00. 

From the H. W. Wilson Co. we have received the 
following new books: 

2,400 Business Books and Guide to Business 
Literature. Compiled by Linda H. Morley, and 
Adelaide C. Kight, under the direction of John Cot- 
ton Dana of the Newark Public Library. 

This is much more than a third edition of "1,600 
Business Books," as not only have 7,000 new entries 
been added, but analytical entries for different trades 
have been included. All material of value has been 
brought out under such headings as Encyclopedias 
and dictionaries; Tables, formulae, etc.; Sources of 
information; Prices: Index numbers, etc. 

New York. 1920. H. W. Wilson Co. 456 pp. S5.00. 

BOSTWICK, Arthur E. Library Essays: papers 
related to the work of public libraries. 

BoSTWiCK, Arthur E. A Librarian's Open Shelf: 
essays on various subjects. 

These two goodly books will be welcomed by libra- 
rians everywhere. They represent the very active 
life of Dr. Bostwick — in one volume his papers bearing 
upon library work, in the companion volume his 
writings on matters outside the boundaries of a libra- 
rian's profession, yet many of these essays bear upxjn 
libraries, or books. 

New York. H. W. Wilson Co., 1920. $3.00 each, or 
both for $5.00. 



THE PIPE ORGAN: A BIBLIOGRAPHY 

By Kenneth C. Walker 
PART IV 



1842. 
1855. 



p. 721. 
Roose- 



1855. 



p. 56. 



1855. 



Church of the Cross of Christ, Hirschverg, Selisia 
1727. 
Seidel. J. J. 

The organ and its construction. Ed. 2. 1855. 
p. 189. 
Court church (church of the royal family), Dresden, 
Germany, n. d. 
Seidel. J. J. 

The organ and its construction. Ed. 2. 1855. 
p. 193. 
Chartres cathedral, Chartres, France. 1513. 
Hill, A. G. 

Organ-cases and organs of the middle ages and 
renaissance. 1883. p. 33. 
Dom-kirche, Wurzburg, Bavaria. 1740. 
Hill. A. G. 

Organ-cases and organs of the middle ages and 
renaissance. 1883. p. 129. 
Dresden, Germany, see Court church, also St. 
Sophia. 



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Edmaimsdorf, Germany. 1840. 
Seidel. J. J. 
.The organ and its construction. Ed. 2. 1855. 
p. 202. 
First Congregational church, Great Harrington, 
Mass. 
Audsley, G. A. 

The art of organ building. 1905. v. 2. p. 730. 
Frankfort, Germany. See St. Paul's. 
Frauen-kirche, Gorhtz, Prussia. 1838. 
Seidell, J. J. 

The organ and its construction. Ed. 2. 1855. 
p. 230. 
Freiburgin, Breisgan, 1520. 
Hill, A. G. 
Organ-cases and organs of the middle ages and 
the renaissance. 1883. p. 91. 
Goness, France. 1508. 
Hill. A. G. 

Organ-cases and organs of the middle ages and 
the renaissance. 1883. p. 74. 
Hall Organ Company. 
Pipe organs, n.d. 

Gives the specifications of many of the organs con- 
structed by this company. 

Hope- Jones unit orchestra, Paris theatre, Denver, 
Colorado. 
Miller. G. L. 

Recent revolution in organ building. Ed. 2. 
1913. p. 179-181. 
Jamestown Exposition. (1909?) 
Austin Organ Company. 

Great organ, Jamestown Exposition. 
Katscher, Prussia. See Catholic church of, under 

heading Specifications. 
Konstanz, Switzerland. 1518. 
Hill, A. G. 
Organ-cases and organs of the middle ages and 
the renaissance. 1883. p. 87. 
Krumols, Prussia, see Catholic church of, under 

heading Specifications. 
Lahee, H. C. 

The organ and its masters. 
Ludwig church, Celle, Germany. 
Seidell, J. J. 

The organ and its construction. Ed. 2. 1885. 
p. 203. 
Marien-kirche, Lubeck, Germany. 1561. 
Hill, A. G. 

Organ-cases and organs of the middle ages and 
the renaissance. 1883. p. 71. 
Medinah Temples A. A. O. N. M. S. Oasis, Chicago, 
Illinois. 
Austin organ company. 

Medinah Temple A. A. O. N. M. S. Oasis, 
Chicago. 111. 
Music Hall, Boston, Mass. 1857. 
Hopkins, E. J., and Rimbault, E. F. 

The organ; its history and construction. 1870. 
p. 440. 
Music Hall, Breslau, Prussia. University of Breslau. 
1833. 
Seidell. J. J. 

The organ and its construction. Ed. 2. 1855. 
p. 204. 
Newberry organ. New Haven, Connecticut. 
Miller. G. L. 

Recent revolution in organ building. Ed. 2. 
1913. p. 173-5. 
Notre Dame cathedral, Paris. France. 
Miller. G. L. 

Recent revolution in organ building. Ed. 2. 
1913. p. 157-9. 
Panama-Pacific Exposition. San Francisco. Cali- 
fornia. 1915. 
Austin Organ Company. 

Organ for the Panama- Pacific Exposition. San 
Francisco, California. 1915. 



Protestant cathedral. Kronstadt, Transylvania, 1839. 
Seidell, J. J. 

The organ and its construction. Ed. 2. 1866. 
p. 88. 
Protestant church. Warsaw, Russia. 
Seidell. J. J. 

The organ and its construction. Ed. 2. 1866. 
p. 200. 
Protestant churchyard. Breslau. Prussia, n.d. 
Seidell, J. J. 

The organ and its construction. Ed. 2. 1866. 
p. 204. 
St. Aegidi, Breslau. Prussia. 
Seidell, J. J. 

The organ and its construction. Ed. 2. 1865. 
p. 205. 
St. Augustin, Gotha, Germany. 1841. 
Seidell, J. J. 

The organ and its construction. Ed. 2. 1866. 
p. 198. 
St. Bartholmew's church, New York, N. Y. 
Audsley, G. A. 

The art of organ building. 1905. v. 2. p. 735. 
St. Bavon, Haarlem, Holland. 1735-38. 
Hill, A. G. 

Organ-cases and organs of the middle ages and 
the renaissance. 1883. p. 132. 
St. Bernhardinus, Breslau, Prussia. 1705. 
Seidell, J. J. 

The organ and its construction. Ed. 2. 1856. 
p. 197. 
St. Catherine's. Salzwedel, Prussia. 1833. 
Seidell, J. J. 

The organ and its construction. Ed. 2. 1855. 
p. 195. 
St. Elizabeth (2d organ) . Breslau. Prussia. 
Seidell. J. J. 

The organ and its construction. Ed. 2. 1865. 
p. 203. 
St. George's hall, Liverpool. England. 
Audsley. G. A. 

The art of organ building, v. 2. 1905. p. 727. 
Miller, G. L. 

Recent revolution in organ building. Ed. 2. 
1913. p. 153-6. 
St. Jan, Hertogenbosch. or . Bois-le-Duc. North 
Brabant, Holland. 
Hill, A. G. 

Organ-cases and organs of the middle ages and 
the renaissance. 1883. p. 108. 
St. John's, Breslau, Prussia. 
Seidell, J. J. 

The organ and its construction. Ed. 2. 1866.] 
p. 205. 
St. John the Divine (cathedral), New York, N. Y. 
Miller, G. L. 

Recent revolution in organ building. Ed. 2.J 
1913. p. 181. 
St. Maria Magdalena, Breslau, Prussia. 1725'. 
Seidell, J. J. J 

The organ and its construction. Ed. 2. 1855,J 
p. 191. 
St. Mary's, Breslau, Prussia. 1722. 
Seidell, J. J. 

The organ and its construction. Ed. 2. 1855. 
p. 196. 
St. Mauritius, Breslau, Prussia, n.d. 
Seidell, J. J. 

The organ and its construction. Ed. 2. 1856.i 
p. 205. 
St. Michel, Hamburgh. Germany. 1764. 
Seidell, J. J. 

The organ and its construction. Ed. 2. 1866. 
p. 187. 
St. Nicholas, Hamburg, Germany. 1686. 
Seidell, J. J. 

The organ and its construction. Ed. 2. 1866.| 
p. 186. 



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St. Nichoals, Zerbst, 1840. 
Seidell. J. J. 

The organ and its construction. Ed. 2. 1856. 
p. 196. 
St. Paul's, Buffalo. N. Y. 
Miller. G. L. 

Recent revolution in organ building. Ed. 2. 
1913. p. 175-8. 
St. Paul's. Frankfort. Germany. 
Seidell. J. J. 

The organ and its construction. Ed. 2. 1855. 
p. 185-6. 
St. Paul's cathedral, London, England. 
Miller, G. L. 

Recent revolution in organ building. Ed. 2. 
1913. p. 160-62. 
St. Peters and Paul. Leignitz, Selisia. 1839. 
Seidell, J. J. 

The organ and its construction. Ed. 2. 1855. 
p. 194. 
St. Sophia, Dresden, Germany. 
Seidell, J. J. 

The organ and its construction. Ed. 2. 1855. 
p. 199. 
St. Vincenzius. Breslau, Prussia. 
Seidell, J. J. 

The organ and its construction. Ed. 2. 1855. 
p. 194. 
St. Wenzel's, Naumberg, Prussia. 1613. 
Seidell, J. J. 

The organ and its construction. Ed. 2. 1855. 
p. 191. 
Siena, Italy, see Chapel of the Pallazzo publico; 

under heading Specifications. 
Strassbourg cathedral, Strassbourg. 1716. 
Hill, A. G. 

Organ-cases and organs of the middle ages and 
the renaissance. 1883. p. 61. 
Trebnitz, Prussia, see Catholic Collegiate church at; 

under heading Specifications. 
Tremont Temple, Boston, Mass. 1854. 
Hopkins, E. J., and Rimbault, E. F. 

The organ; its history and construction. 1870. 
p. 439. 
Tribel, Prussia. 1831. 
Seidell, J. J. 

The organ and its construction. Ed. 2. 1855. 
p. 201. 
Trinity church. N. Y. 

Hopkins, E. J., and Rimbault, E. F. 

The organ; its history and construction. 1870. 
p. 443. 
West Point. N. Y. Cadet chapel. 
Moller. M. P. 

The organ in the West Point Cadet chapel. 
1911. 
Westminster abbey. London, England. 
Miller. G. L. 

Recent revolution in organ building. Ed. 2. 
1913. p. 163-6. 
Williams. C. F. A. 
Story of the organ. 

Contains interesting material on specifications. 
Worcester cathedral, Worcester, England. 
Miller, G. L. 

Recent revolution in organ building. Ed. 2. 
1913. p. 170-73. 
ler, Sir John. 
The organ; with exercises. Novello, Ewer and Co.'s 

music primers. 
Music of the Bible; with an account of the develop- 
ment of modern musical instruments from ancient 
types, n.d. Novello, Ewer and Co. 
Statham, H. H. 

Organ and its position in musical art. 1910. Scribner. 
Statistics, see Building — Statistics. 
Stops. 

Locher, Carl. 

An explanation of the organ stops with hints for 
effective combinations. 1888. 



Stops — continued 
Wedgewood, J. L 

Comprehensive dictionary of organ stops. English 
and foreign. 1907. 

Sutton, . 

Short account of the organs built in England from the 
reign of Charles the Second to the present time. 
1847. London. 
Sydney, New South Wales, see Centennial hall, 
Sydney, New South Wales; under heading Speci- 
fications. 
Temple organ, London, England. 
Macrory, Edmund. 

A few notes on the Temple organ. Ed. 2. 1861. 
Thynne, W. 

Art of tuning the organ. 
Ticknor and Fields, pub. 

The great organ in the Boston Music Hall; a brief 
history of the enterprise, with a description of the 
instrument. 1866. The Publisher^. 
Toepfer. 

Anleitung zur erhaltung und stimmung der orgel. etc. 
1840. Jena. 

— Ersten nachtrag zur orgelbau-kunst. etc. 1834. 

Weimar. 

— Lehrbuch der orgel baukunst; nach dem besten 

methoden alteren und neuerer in ihrem fache au- 
gezeichneter orgelbaumeister und begrilndet auf 
mathematische und physikalische gesetze. 1855. 
5v. Weimar. 

— Die orgel . . . zweite unveranderte auflage. 

1862. Erfurt and Leipzig. 

— Dir orgel, zweck und beschaffenheit ihrer theile, gesetz 

ihrer construction, und wahl der dazu gehorigen 
materialen. 1843. Erfurt. 

— Die orgelbaukunst nach einer neuen theorie dar- 

gestellt und auf mathematische und physikalische 
grundsatze gestutzt, etc. 1833. Weimar. 
Tribnitz, Prussia, see Catholic Collegiate church, 

Tribnitz, Prussia; under heading Specifications. 
Tuning. 

EUiston, Thomas. 

Organs and tuning. 1895. 
Faust, O. C. 

Treatise on the construction, repairing, and tun- 
ing of the organ. 1905. 

Flight. . 

Practical theory and instruction; how to tune the 
organ. 
Lewis. Walter, and Lewis, Thomas. 

Modern organ building . . . including chap- 
ters on tuning and voicing, etc. 191 1. 
Niles Bryant school of piano tuning. 

Tuning, care, and repair of reed and pipe organs. 
1906. 

Thynne, W . 

Art of tuning the organ. 
Note: — Many of the larger single texts on the organ take 
up the matter of tuning but no analytical work has been brought 
out because the fact that tuning should be treated in a general 
treatise is so obvious. 

United States — Bureau of the census. 
Thirteenth census . . . 1910 . . . Manu- 
factures. V. 10. 
Washington. Government printing office. 
Warman, J. W. 

The organ; its compass, tablature, and short and 
incomplete octaves. 1884. London. 
Warsaw, Russia, see Protestant church, Warsaw, 

Russia; under heading Specifications. 
Wedgewood, James Ingall. 

Comprehensive dictionary of organ stops, English 
and foreign .. . . 1907. Vincent. (Music text 
books). 

"Bibliography, p. 13-15." 
Werckmeister, A. 

Erweiterte und verbesserte orgelprobe. 1795. Leip- 
zig. 
— Organum gruningense redivivum. [1705.] Quedlin- 
burg. 



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Wicks, Mark. 

Organ building for amateurs; a practical guide 
for homeworkers containing specifications, designs, 
and full instructions for making every portion of 
the instrument. [1887). Ward. 
WUke, F. 

Uber die wichtigkeit und unentbehrlickeit der orgel- 
mixturen und ihre eintheilung. 1839. Berlin. 
Williams, Charles Francis Abdy. 

Story of the organ. Scott. (Music story series.) 

Excellent treatise on the organ from the earliest times. Strong 
for English and continental instruments. Designed more 
especially to meet the needs of the interested layman, and will 
be a help to the students of organ instructors and schools. 
Many references to original sources occur in the footnotes as 
well as an excellent little bibliography. Well illustrated. 
Woolsey hall, New Haven, Connecticut, see New- 
berry organ. New Haven, Connecticut; under 
heading Specifications. 
Worshipful Company of Musicians, London. 

English music (1604-1904); being the lectures given 
at the Music loan exhibition of the Worshipful 
Company of Musicians held at Fishmonger's hall, 
London bridge, June-July, 1906. 
Zerbst, see St. Nicholas, Zerbst, under heading Speci- 
fications. 

PERIODICAL SECTION 
Aeolian tones, by F. KrQger and A. Lauth. 1914. (In 
Annalen der physik, v. 361, 4th series, v. 44, p. 801- 
12). 
Aeolian tones, by Rayleigh. 1915. (In Philosophical 

magazine, v. 29, series 6, p. 433-444.) 
Air-pressures used in playing reed instruments, by 
C. W. H. Foord. 1914. (In Philosophical magazine, 
V. 27, series 6, p. 271-7.) 
American and Canadian organs. 1914. (In Musi- 
cian, V. 19, P'" 61.) 
Atlanta, Georgia — Organs. 

Mammoth electric organ for Atlanta. 1909. (In 
Electrical world, v. 54, p. 184.) 
Blowing. 

Electric organ blower. 1905. (In Electrical world, 
V. 46, p. 961.) 
Description of the "Orgoblo." 
Emerson organ-pumping outfit. 1899. (In Electri- 
cal world, V. 33, p. 93.) 
How to install an electric motor for blowing church 
organs, by S. H. Shaprstein. 1896. (In Electrical 
engineering, v. 21, p. 209-11.) 
Brattle organ, see same heading under Description. 
Buying. 

Purchase of an organ, by H. M. Wild. 1916. (In 

Musician, v. 21, p. 118-19.) 
Securing a suitable small organ, by Harvey B. Gaul. 
1911. (In Musician, v. 16. p. 347-8.) 
Canada — Organs. 

American and Canadian organs. 1914. (In Musician, 
V. 19, p. 61.) 
Care of the organ. 

Care of the organ, by A. R. Tyler. 1913. (In Musician, 

V. 18, p. 418.) 
Preservation of our organs. 1916. (In Musician, 
V. 21, p. 374.) 
Construction. 

Manufacture of mechanical organs, by J. Boyer. 1908. 

(In Scientific American, v. 112, n.s. 98, p. 244.) 
Manufacture of organs. 1907. (In Scientific American 

supplement, v. 64, p. 365.) 
Musical instruments; their construction and capa- 
bilities, by A. J. Hipkins. 1905. (In Scientific 
American supplement, v. 59, p. 24532-6.) 
Largely historical and includes interesting illustrations. 
Rebuilding of old organs, by O. A. Mansfield. 1909. 

(In Musician, v. 14, p. 274). 
Some observations upon the organ with a plan for 
an improved management of the swell by means 
of a movable keyboard, by Dr. Hodges. 1833. 
(In Journal of the Franklin Institute, v. 16. p. 
277-80.) 
See also Air pressure. Blowing, Tracker action. Tubular 
pneumatic action. 



Cost. 

Organ and its cost, by H. D. Wilkins. 1909. (In 
Musician, v. 14, p. 34.) 
Denver, Colorado, — Organ. 

New electric organ for Denver. 1904. (In Electrical 
world, V. 43, p. 1033-4.) 
Description. 

Ancient pianos and organs at the German museum 
at Munich, by C. F. A. Williams. 1909. (In Mu- 
sician, V. 14, p. 531-2.) 

Brattle organ in America, by A. W. Brayley. 1902-3. 
(In New England magazine, v. 33, n.s. v. 27, p. 131, 
212-19.) 

Brattle organ. 

Oldest church organ in the United States, by H. J. 
Storer. 1909. (In Musician, v. 14, p. 362.) 

Cathedral of the Incarnation — Garden city. New 
York. Big electric organ. 1885. (In Electrical 
world, V. 5. p. 257-8.) 

French organists and their organs. 1914. (In Mu- 
sician, V. 19, p. 347.) 

Greatest orchestra in the world. 1916. (In Illustrated 
world, V. 25, p. 593-6.) 
Description of a large Hope-Jones with orchestra installed in 

a summer theatre in Chicago, Illinois. 

Hull, England — City hall. 

Modern concert organ developments, Hull City 
Hall organ, by J. A. Meall. 1911. (In Musician, 
V. 16, p. 698-9.) 
Liverpool, England — Exhibition. 

Organ in the Liverpool exhibition. 1886. (In 
Scientific American supplement, v. 22, p. 
9008-9.) 
St. Louis, Mo. — Exposition organ. 

Greatest of pipe organs, by H. L. Jones. 1904. 
(In Scientific American, 104, n.s. 90, p. 328-9.) 
Sydney, New South Wales — Organ. 

Sydney organ and its master, by W. V. B. Todd, 
1909. (In Musician, v. 14, p. 458-9.) 
Winchester, England — Winchester cathedral organ. 
Great organ at Winchester cathedral. 1912. (In 
Musician, v. 17, p. 635-6.) 
Electric organs. 

Big electric organ. 1885. (In Electrical world, v. 6, 
p. 257-8.) 

Organ in theCathedral of the Incarnation, Garden City, 
New York. 

Electric organ actions, by T. Wacker. 1888. (In 

Electrical world, v. 11, p. 626. 
Mammoth electric organ for Atlanta. 1909. (In 

Electrical world, v. 54, p. 184.) 
New electric organ for Denver. 1904. (In Electrical 
world, V. 43, p. 1033-4.) 
Garden City, New York, see Cathedral of the Incarna- 
tion; under heading Descriptions. 
History. 

Development of the American industries since Colum- 
bus: Musical instruments. The organ, by Daniel 
Spillane. 1891-2. (In Popular science monthly, 
V. 40, p. 623-46.) 
Evolution of the organ. 1915. (In Harper's weekly, 

V. 57, p. 25.) 
Les orgues hydrauliques. 1882. (In La nature, v. J 

19, p. 188-90.) 
The same. 1882. (In Scientific American supple- 
ment, v. 14, p. 5644.) 
Hymn Playing, see Playing. 
Lundell electric organ-blowing motors. 1895. (In 

Electrical engineering, v. 19, p. 548.) 
Material of wind instruments and tone quality, by 

D. C. Miller. 1909. (In Science, n.s. 29, p. 161-71.) 
Moving-Picture Theatres, see Organ in the Theatre. 
Organ Builders. 

Old organ builders in England. 1916. (In Scientific 
American supplement, v. 82, p. 412.) 
Organ in the Home. 

Pipe organ in the home, by E. I. Farrington. 1914. 

(In Musician, v. 19, p. 702-3.) 

Studio organ in the residence of Ralph Mason Hix, 

Waterloo, Iowa. 1914. (In Musician, v. 17, p. 562.) 



-Dec. 1920 Principal Contents of the Library Press 



I 

^Brgan in the Theatre. 

^^m Movie organs. 1916. (In Musician, v. 21, p. 246-7.) 

^H Organ in the theatre, by G. I. Miller. 1915. (In 

^^m Musician, v. 20, p. 414-15.) 

^B Some difference between church and motion-picture 

^H organ playing, by R. T, Maitland. 1917. (In 

^M Musician, v. 22, p. 226.) 

^Bedal Organ. 

^B Pedal organ, by H. B. Gaul. 

^H V. 16, p. 60-61.) 

^Pe 



47 



1911. (In Musician, 



by H. C. MacDougal. 
p. 418, 490-91, 554-5, 



Subject 



Pedal organs of various types 
1914. (In Musician, v. 19, 
632-3.) 
Pipes — Bibliography. 

* Royal Society of London. 
Catalogue of scientific papers, 1800-1900 
index, volume 3, Physics, part I. p. 520. 
Pipes. 

Conical and irregular organ pipes, by Neyreneuf. 

11899. (In Annalen der chimie et de physique, 
v. 346. 7th series, v. 16, p. 562-74.) 
Generation of tone in organ pipes, by R. Wachsmuth 
and A. Kreis. 1906. (In Deutsche physikalische 
gesellschaft, v. 8, p. 60-76.) 
Influence of length of wind tube on the pitch and 
intensity of tones of reed pipes, by J. R. Ewald. 
1914. (In Annalen der physik, v. 362, 4th series 
45, p. 1209-16. 
Open organ pipe, by Rayleigh. 1904. (In Philo- 
sophical magazine, v. 8, 6th series, p. 481-7.) 
Open pipes, correction for mouth, by M. Brillouin. 
1906. (In Journal de physique, v. 5, p. 569-76.) 
Organ-pipe with movable end, by Neyreneuf. 1897. 
(In Anales de chimie et de physique, v. 342, 7th 
series v. 12, p. 140-44.) 
Reed pipes with conical portions, by E. Hoppe. 
1912. (In Annalen der physik, v. 356, 4th series, 
V. 39, p. 677-92.) 
Playing. 

I Accompaniment of hymn tune, by H. J. Storer. 
1913. (In Musician, v. 18, p. 634.) 
American organ playing and American organ music, 
by H. C. MacDougal. 1913. (In Musician, v. 18, 
p. 866.) 
Art of facing strange organs, by G. B. Nevin. 1914. 
I (In Musician, v. 19, p. 132-3.) 
RINCIPAL CONTENTS OF THE LIBRARY PRESS, JULY TO OCTOBER, 1920 

A glance at the titles of the principal articles appearing in the library periodi:als from month to month 
will help the busy librarian to keep in touch with library progress. 

In some cases we elaborate the title slightly, to give a setter understanding of the subject covered by the 
article. AMERICAN 



Playing — continued. 

Concert olaying ts. church playing, by P. H. Goepp. 

1909. (In Musician, v. 14, p. 274-5.) 
Elementary registration, by H. J. Storer. 1911. 

(In Musician, v, 16, p. 58-60.) 
Fingering in organ playing, by W. Reed. 1913. 

(In Musician, v. 18, p. 13.) 
First troubles with pneumatics. 1913. (In Musi- 
cian, v. 18, p. 490.) 
How and why of the modern keyboard, by F. W. 
Galpin. 1904. (In Scientific American, v. 105, 
n.s. 91. p. 442-3, 481-2.) 
How to accompany a hymn tune, by H. J. Storer. 
1913. (InMusician, v. 18, p. 706.) 
Preservation ot our organs. 1915. (In Musician, v. 21, 

p. 374.) 
Purchasing, see Buying. 
Reed Pipes, see Pipes. 
Registration, see Playing. 
St. Louis, Missouri, Exposition- Organ. 
Largest pipe organ in the world for St. Louis. 1904. 
(In Electrical world, v. 43, p. 334-5.) 
Sonometer. 
An organ pipe sonometer, by W. LeConte Stevens. 
1832. (In Journal of the Franklin Institute, v. 14, 
p. 34-8.) 
Studio organ in the residence of Ralph Mason Hix. 

Waterloo, Iowa. 1912. (In Musician, v. 17, p. 562.) 
Tracker action, by E. H. Pierce. 1912. (In Musician, 

v. 17, p. 59.) 
Tubular pneumatic action, by W. H. Clarke. 1912. 

(In Musician, v. 17, p. 275.) 
Wedlake's improved organ. 1885. (In Scientific 
American supplement, v. 20, p. 8311-12.) 

— The same. 1885. 
369. 373.) 

Westminister abbey organ. 1885. 
American supplement, v. 21, p. 525.) 

— The same. 1885. (In Engineer [London] v. 60, p. 
138-9. 155-6. 164, 168.) 

Contains many good illustrations of interior and exterior 

parts of this noble instrument. 

Winchester cathedral, Winchester, England, see 

same heading under Description. 



(In Engineer [London] v. 60, p. 
(In Scientific 



[The End] 



Library Journal, July 1-15, 1920 

Howe, Harriet E. The summer library school as a 

factor in professional education. 
Bowker, R. R. Women in the library profession, (il.) 

(Continued in next issue.) 
Reports of the Colorado Springs Conference of the 

A. L. A., 1920. 

Library Journal, August, 1920 
Wood, Harriet. The public library and the school library 

— a joint opportunity. 
Recent motion pictures based on standard or current 

literature (list). 

Library Journal, September 1, 1920 
Wheeler, J. L. Home reading with school credit. 
Fargo, Lucile. Pedagogy in bookland. 
Bowerman, G: F. Washington (D.C.) library reclassi- 
fication substitute. 
Power, R. L. Women in special libraries. 

Library Journal, September 15, 1920 
Hamilton, W: L. County library laws in the U. S. 
Bishop, W: W. Estimating the necessary seating 

capacity of the reading room. 
Co-ordination of transportation facilities (list by 

Bureau of Railway Economics). 



Library Journal, October 1, 1920 

Carr, J: F. A greater American Library Association. 
Summary of existing county library laws. 

Library Journal, October 15, 1920 
Root, Mary E. S. Children's library work. 
Moore, Annie C. Children's libraries in France. 
Powell, Sophy H. Children's room plus the attic. 

Public Libraries, July, 1920 
Hadley, C. The A. L. A. and the library worker. 

[Presidential address.] 
Weitemkampf, F, What is an illustrated book? 
Rich. Laura. How can the beneficence of libraries be 

more successfully directed toward their assistants? 
Reports of A. L. A. Convention of 1920. 

Public Libraries, October, 1920 
Petrie, G: The librarian as a statesman. 
Flexner, Jennie M. Choosing a librarian from the 

viewpoint of the assistant. 

Special Libraries, April, 1920 
Gray, Julia C. The perplexing personal name. 
Spaulding, F. B. A special library that encircles the 

globe [Merchant marine department, A. L. A. library 

war service]. 



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Vol. 11, No. 3 



Special Libraries, April, 1920 — continued 
The relation between the library and the schools. 
Hepburn, W: M. Agricultural books of 1919 (list). 
Greenman, E. D. A reading list on saccharin (with list) . 

Special Libraries, May, 1920 
Special libraries association, Eleventh annual convention, 

Summary of. 
Hopwood, H: V. Educational standard of librarianship 

in relation to technology. 
Report of the Council of the Library Association of the 

United Kingdom on the provision of technical and 

commercial libraries. 
United engineering societies library of N. Y., annual 

report, 1919. 
Oberly, Eunice R. Library service in the report of the 

Congressional joint commission on the reclassification 
of salaries. 
Industrial library planning, il. 

Special Libraries, June, 1920 
Blue, T: F. Colored branches of the Louisville free 

public library, il. 
Wray, Elizabeth. Business information services. 
Costs in the special library. 

Special Libraries, September-October, 1920 
Catlin, G. B. The hbrary of "The Detroit News." 
Bartholomew, P. A. Selling the service of the special 

library. 
Hyde, D. W., Jr. Special libraries in street railway 

service. 
Books for everybody and the enlarged program 

campaign. 
Organization of research in Great Britain, 

News Notes of California Libraries, July, 1920 
Branch library buildings of Kern County free library. 

il. 
Livingston, Margaret. Riverside meeting of the 

County librarians and the California Library Associa- 
tion. 
Gillis, Mabel R., and others. Books for the blind de- 
partment, California state library. 
Waybur, J. R., comp. List of music for libraries 

(list). 
Quire, J. H. Initiative and referendum measures at 

the November election in California. 

Illinois Libraries, July, 1920 
Doud, Marjory. The inarticulate library assistant. 
Weltz, F. E. What our library means to Dixon, 111. 

Illinois Libraries, October, 1920 
Illinois Library Association, 1920 conference. 
Library Occurrent, Public Library Commission 

of Indiana, July, 1920 
Sollenberger, Mrs. D. H. Co-operation with women in 

community affairs. 
Caldwell, Mrs. I. P. Reaching Jeffersonville business 

men. 
Porter, Rebecca N. Story of the county library service 

in Santa Barbara (Cal.). 
Ronan, Elizabeth. Jennings County public library 

(Indiana). 
Library Occurrent, Public Library Commission of 

Indiana, October, 1920 
Birge, Anna G. The small library and foreign fiction. 
Stevens, Alice D. County work of the Logansport 

public library. 
Hamilton County book wagon. 
Summer school for librarians, 1920. 
Ten best books for the farmer. 



Iowa Library Quarterly, April-May- June, 1920 

Hamilton, W: J. County library work in Indiana (to 

be concluded). 
Baldwin, Clara F. County libraries in Minnesota. 

Maine Library Bulletin, July, 1920 
Dr. Clifton D. Gray inaugurated president of Bates 

college (with portrait). 
Centennial of Colby college. 

Maine Library Bulletin, October, 1920 
Walkley, R. L. A democracy of books. 

Michigan Library Bulletin, March- April, 1920 
Ranck, S: H. The county as a unit. 

Michigan Library Bulletin, May-June, 1920 
Conference on children's reading. 
A housewife's library (list). 
Minnesota Department of Education. Library 

Notes and News, June, 1920 
Lake Region library club, Third annual meeting. 
Hurlbert, Dorothy. Libraries in rural communities. 
Minnesota Department of Education. Library 

Notes and News, September, 1920 
Minnesota Library Association, annual meeting. 
New Hampshire Public Libraries, September, 1920 
New Hampshire Library Association, annual meet- 
ing. 
Brooks, Maro S. The library as an agency in Ameri- 
canization. 
Lewis, W. P. Library growth and extension. 
Blanchard, Grace. Union meeting of the New England 

library associations. 

New Jersey Library Bulletin, April-July, 1920 
A year of library history in N. J. 
Amending the library law. 

New York Libraries, August, 1920 
Finley, J. H. Address to graduating class of New 

York state library school. 
Endicott, Grace. What makes a juvenile book harmful 

or mediocre? 
One hundred books of popular non-fiction for small 

libraries (list). 
Wynkoop, A. The 1920 series of library institutes. 
North Carolina Library Bulletin, September, 1920 
The Shepard-Pruden memorial library, Edenton, N. C. 

(with illustration of building). 
Atkinson, Mrs. J. S. Bibliography of modern drama. 

Ontario Library Review, August, 1920 
Edgar, P, Recent Canadian poets. 
The Public libraries act of 1920. 
Claimable public hbrary rates under former law and 

the Act of 1920 compared. 

South Dakota Library Bulletin, June, 1920 
Olney, Eleanor. A. L. A. service in the Black Hills. 
Servin, Lois S. Publicity for the small library. 
South Dakota Library Bulletin, September, 1920 
Certification of librarians. 
Lewis, Leora J. Proposed library program for 1920-21. 
Guhin, M. M. Americanization in South Dakota. 

Texas Libraries, January, 1920 
Library laws of Texas. 
Vermont Free Public Library Commission, Bulletin, 

September, 1920 
Traveling library notes. 
Quigley, Margery. Library housekeeping. 
Johnson, S. C. Ten best books for the farmer. 
Wisconsin Library Bulletin, July, 1920 
The year in the Wisconsin library school. 

Wisconsin Library Bulletin, October, 1920 



Merrill, Julia W. The library appropriation and budget. 

PRINCIPAL CONTENTS OF ENGLISH LIBRARY PERIODICALS 



Library Association Record, July, 1920 

Madeley, C: L. M. D.: The story of a club (Librarians 

of the Mersey District). 
Peet, H. W. Devonshire House reference library. 
Charles Madeley: A memoir. 

Library Association Record, August, 1920 
Bed well, C. E. A. Law libraries. 
Smith, J. B. Books for the blind. 

Library Association Record, September, 1920 

Nowell, C: The libraries of Norwich. 



Library Association Record, October, 1920 

Proceedings of the annual meeting of the Library asso- 
ciation. 

The Library World, July, 1920 
Haigh, F. An attempt to forecast some aspects of an 
educational control. 

The Library Assistant, October, 1920 
An assistant's impressions of the Norwich Conference of 
the L. A., September, 1920. 

The Librarian, October, 1920 
Ross, J. A select bibliography of the art of printing to 
1640. (Continued in following issues.) 



I 



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Births and Deaths 



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I 



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O. 1920. 
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American Society for Steel Treating. Transactions. 208 N. 

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Anais des Bibliotecus e Arquives. Lisbon, quar., 8vo, 

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British Journal of Experimental Pathology, The. Lon- 
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Illustration des Modes, L'. Paris, vol. 1, no. 1, O. 31, 
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International Medical Digest. New York, N. Y. mo., 
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Journal of Delinquency. Whittier, Cal. bi-mo. 
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Journal of Pomology. Maidstone, Eng. quar., 
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Junior Instructor Magazine. Dansville, N. Y. mo., 
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Law and Labor. 135 Broadway, New York, N. Y. mo. , 
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Long Island College Hospital Bulletin. Brooklyn, N. Y. 
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Mc^sachusetts. Department of Labor and Industries. 
Bulletin of Current Activities. Boston, Mass. vol. 1, 
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Massachusetts Industrial Review. Massachusetts De- 
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Modern Stationer and Bookseller, The. 225 Fifth Av., 
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Monthly Shoe Salesman. St. Louis, Mo. mo., 4to, il., 
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1919. M. 15. Successor to Monatshefte fiir den 
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no. 1, Ap. 1920. $1.50. 
Success Power. Philadelphia, Pa. mo., 4to, 11., vol. 1 

no. 1, Je. 1920. 
Sweet Potato Bulletin. Lowenstein Bldg., Mobile, Ala* 

mo., vol 1, no. 1, Je. 1920. $1.00. 
Telling Tales. 41 Fourth Av., New York, N. Y. mo., 

4to, vol. 1, no. 1. Ag. 1919. 20c., $2.00. 
Textilberichte iiber Wissenschaft, Industrie und Handel. 

Mannheim. 24 nos. year. vol. 1, no. 1, Jl. 1, 1920. 

Successor to Farber-Zeitung. 
True Story Magazine. New York, N. Y. mo., 4to, il., 

vol. no. 1. My. 1919. $2.00. 
Uncle Sam's Magazine. Boston, Mass. mo., 4to, 11., vol. 

1, no. 1, D. 1919. 50c. 
World's Journal of Philosophy, Metaphysics, and Practical 

Religion. New York, N. Y. mo. 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, 

Mr. 1920. $4.00. 

II. Changed or Discontinued 

All-Story Magazine. New York. Consolidated with 
Argosy and called Argosy- All Story Weekly, with 
Jl. 24, 1920. 



Amalgamated Engineers Monthly Journal and Report. 

London. Discontinued. Succeeded by Amalgamated 

Engineering Union Monthly Journal, Ag. 1920. 
American City. New York. City Edition and Town and 

Country Edition consolidated with vol. 23, no. 1, 

Jl. 1920. 
American Embarkation News, The. Le Mans, France. 

Discontinued with Je. 14, 1919. 
American Journal of Theology. Chicago. Discontin- 
ued with O. 1920. Merged in The Journal of Religion. 
American Steel Tr eaters' Society. Journal. Chicago. 

Discontinued with vol. 2, no. 10, S. 1920. Society 

united with Steal Treating Research Society and 

called American Society for Steel Treating. 
Ancient Egypt. London. Resumed publication with 

Part 1, 1920. 
Arms and Explosives. London. Discontinued with 

D. 1, 1920. 
Art and Life. New York. Discontinued with vol. 11, 

no. 3, S. 1919. Merged in Art and Archaeology. 
British Manufacturer. London. Discontinued with no. 

2, D. 1919. 
Business Books. St. Paul. Discontinued with no. 

40, Mr. 1920. 
Chemical Age. New York. Discontinued with vol. 2, 

no. 4, Ap. 1920. Merged in Chemical Engineer. 
Chemical Engineer. New York. Absorbed Chemical 

Age and changed to Chemical Age, a consolidation of 

Chemical Engineer and Chemical Age, with vol. 28, 

no. 6, Je. 1920. 
Chicago Unionist. Chicago. Changed to Unionist, 

mo., with vol. 7, O. 1920. 
Electrical Experimenter, New York. Changed to Science 

and Invention with Ag. 1920. 
Farber-Zeitung. Berlin. Discontinued with vol. 31, 

no. 12, Je. 15, 1920. Succeeded by Textilberichte 

iiber Wissenschaft, Industrie und Handel. 
Florida Buggist. Jacksonville, Fla. Changed to Florida 

Entomologist with vol. 4. no. 1. Jl. 1920. 
Insurance and Commercial Magazine. New York. 

Merged in Insurance Advocate, My. 1, 1920. 
Insurance Monitor. New York. Changed to American 

Insurance Digest, Chicago, with vol. 69, no. 7, Jl. 17, 

1920. 
Massachusetts. Department of Labor and Industry. 

Quarterly Report on Unemployment. Boston. Dis- 
continued with no. 48, D, 1919. Succeeded by Mas- 
sachusetts Industrial Review. 
Metal Worker, Plumber, and Steam Fitter. New York. 

Discontinued with S. 1920. Part consolidated with 

Sheet Metal and called Sheet Metal Worker, with 

O. 1, 1920. Part called Plumber and Steam Fitter, 

with O. 8, 1920. 
National Association of Corporation Schools. Bulletin. 

New York. Changed to National Association of 

Corporation Training, Bulletin, with vol. 7, no. 9, 

S. 1920. 
National Gas Engine Association. Bulletin. Chicago. 

Changed to Gas Engine and Farm Power Association, 

Bulletin, with vol. 6, no. 2, S. 1920. 
Natural Gas and Gasoline Journal. New York. Changed 

to Natural Gas Industry with vol. 14. no. 10. O. 1920. 
New England Fisheries. Boston. Changed to Fishery 

and Grocery Review with vol. 6. no. 1. Jl. 1920. 
New Europe. London. Discontinued with vol. 17, 

no. 211, O. 28. 1920. 
Organist, The. London. Changed to The Sackbut with 

Je.. 1920. 
Overseas. Paris. Discontinued with no. 3, S. 1, 1918. 
Plant World, The. Tucson, Ariz. Discontinued with 

D. 1919. Succeeded by Ecology, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Poultry Culture. Kansas City. Discontinued with 

vol. 23. no. 6. My. 1920. Merged in O. K. Poultry 

Journal. 
Questions pratiques de Legislation Ouvrihre et d'Economie 

Sociale. Paris. Changed to Questions pratiques 

with vol. 16. no 1-2, Jan.-Ap.. 1920. 
Red Cross Magazine. Garden City. N. Y. Discontinued 

with vol. 15. no. 10, O. 1920. 
Reveille. London. Discontinued with No. 3, F. 1919. 
Review, The. New York. Changed to The Weekly 

Review with vol. 2, No. 57. Je. 16. 1920. 






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Review of Bacteriology. London. Discontinued with 
vol. 9, no. 5-6, 1919. 

School Education. Minneapolis. Changed to The Na- 
tional School Digest with vol. 40, no. 1, S. 1920. 
(Correction.) 

eei Metal. New York. Consolidated with part of 
etai Worker, Plumber, and Steam Fitter and called 
heet Metal Worker, with vol. 11, no. 9, O. 1, 1920. 

Short Ballot Bulletin. New York. Discontinued with 
vol. 7, no. 56, Ap. 1920. Merged in National Munici- 
pal Review. 

Social Service Review. Washington. Discontinued with 
vol. 10, no. 2, Ap.-Je. 1920. 

Struggling Russia. New York. Discontinued with 
vol. 2. no. 14-17, Je. 1920. 



^Sheet 
^pSh 



Steel Treating Research Society. Proceedings. Detroit. 

Discontinued with vol. 2, no. 12, 1920. Society 

united with American Steel Treaters Society and 

called American Society for Steel Treating. 
Table Talk. Cooperstown, N. Y. Discontinued with 

vol. 45, no. 9, Jl. 1920. 
Texas Libraries. Austin, Tex. Resumed publication 

with vol. 3, no. 1, Jl. 1919. 
United Service Magazine. London. Discontinued with 

Je. 1920. Merged in The Army Quarterly. 
University Magazine. Montreal. Suspended with vol. 

19, no. 2, Ap. 1920. 
Work with Boys. Reading, Pa. Discontinued with 

vol. 20. no. 1. Ja.-F. 1920. 
World Outlook. New York. Discontinued with S. 1920. 

Merged in The Christian Herald. 



QUARTERLY DRAMATIC INDEX, JULY-DECEMBER, 1920 



L. Ditrichstein. Munsey 70: 521-2, 



[cting. 

Art of the actor. 

Ag. '20. 

note on acting. L. Lewisohn. Nation 111: 569-70, 

N. 17, '20. 
Some thoughts on acting. Athen. 1920, pt. 2: 121- 

2, Jl. 23. '20. 
Actors and actresses. 

»The born comedian. B. C. Cook. Theatre 32: 16, 
Jl.-Ag. '20. 
Girl with a gift for the theatre. C. D. Mackay. il. 
Woman's Home C. 47: D. '20, 4, 129. 
Adams, Maude (Maude Ewing Kiskadden), actress, 
1872-. 
Portrait. Theatre 32: 81, S. '20. 
Afgar, extravaganza by F: Thompson and W. David. 
Production at Central theatre, N. Y. city. R. C. 
Benchley. Life 76: 960(i), N. 25, '20. 
Alvarez, Marguerite d', opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 81: Jl. 8, '20, 1. 
Amato, Pasquale, opera singer. 

Portrait. Woman's Home C. 47: Je. '20, 80. 
Americans in Prance, The, comedy by E. Brieux. 
Production at Comedy theatre, N. Y. city. — Dram. 
Mir. 237(i), Ag. 7, '20. — Indep. 103: 229, Ag. 28. 
•20. — Theatre 32: 185, O. '20. 
Anzengruber, Ludwig, dramatist and author, 1839-89. 
Music in the plays of. B. Q. Morgan. Mod. Lang. 
As. 35: 344-57, S. '20. 
Anna ascends, play by H. C. Ford. 

Criticism. R. C. Benchley. Life 76: 630-31, O. 7, '20. 
Production at Manhattan opera house, N. Y. city, 

Indep. 104: 37, O. 9, '20. 
Production at the Playhouse, N. Y. city. Theatre 
32: 370(J), D. '20. 
Ascarra, Maria, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 71: 315, N. '20. 
At the Villa Rose, play by A. E. W. Mason. 

Production at the Strand theatre, London. Athen. 
1920, pt. 2: 154CJ), Jl. 30, '20. — 111. Lond. N. 157: 
114(i). Jl. 17, '20. 
Ayres (Eyre), Agnes, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 71: 120. O. '20. 
Bab, comedy by E. C. Carpenter, based on stories by 
Mary Roberts Rinehart. 
Commended. R. C. Benchley. Life 76: 820(J), N. 

4, '20. 
Production at Park theatre, N. Y. Indep. 104: 213, 
N. 13, '20. 
Bacon, Frank, actor and dramatist. 

Portrait as Bill Jones in Lightnin'. Outlook 126: 
183, S. 29, '20. 
Bad man. The, comedy by P. E. Browne. 

Criticism. R. C. Benchley. Life 76: 500(i), S. 16, 

'20. — il. Outlook 126: 183, S. 29, '20. 
Plot and excerpts, il. Cur. Opin. 69: 812-22, D. '20. 
Bankhead, Tallulah, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 32: 22, Jl.-Ag. '20. 
Bara, Theda (Theodosia Goodman), actress, 1890-. 
Queen of vampires, her personal history, por. M. B. 

Mullett. Am. M. 90: S. '20, 34-5, 90-100. 
Stage debut of, in The blue flame. A. Woollcott. Cent. 
100: 413(}), Jl. '20. 



(in group). 
•20. 



Barrymore, Ethel (Blythe) (Mrs. R. G. Colt), actress, 

1879-. 
Portrait. Munsey 70: 299, Jl. '20. 
Bartlett, Elise, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 71: 313, N. '20.— Theatre 32: 101, 
S. '20. 
Bat, The, play by Mary R. Rinehart and A. Hopwood. 
Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 76: 456(J). S. 9, 

'20. 
Production at Morosco theatre, N. Y. city. Indep. 
103: 261, S. 4, '20. 
Bates, Edna, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 71: 109, O. '20. 
Beecher, Janet (Martha Meysenberg) (Mrs. H. P. 
Guggenheim), actress. 
Portrait. Munsey 71: 316, N. '20. 
Beggar's opera. The, play by J: Gay. 

Production at the Lyric theatre. Hammersmith. Spec- 
tator 125: 304-5, S. 4, '20. 
Bennett, Richard, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 32: 15, Jl.-Ag. '20. 
Bennett, Wilda, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 70: 537, Ag. '20. 
Beresford, Harry, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 32: 15, Jl.-Ag. '20. 
Bernhardt, Sarah (Rosine Bernard) (Mme. Dam&Ia), 
actress, 1844-. 
Retum to the stage in Athalie. por. 
H. Greer. Theatre 32: 176-7, 224. O. 
Betrayal, The, melodrama by P. Colura. 

Text. il. Drama 2: 3-7, O. '20. 
Binney, Constance, actress and dancer. 
Portrait. Theatre 32: 13, Jl.-Ag. '20. 
Blue bonnet, comedy by G: Scarborough. 

Criticism. R. C. Benchley. Life76:500(i). S. 16, '20. 
Blue lagoon. The, play by N. MacOwan and C. Mann, 
adapted from novel by H. de Vere Stacpoole. 
Production at Prince of Wales theatre, London. Athen. 
1920. pt. 2: 314(J), S. 3, '20. — 111. Lond. N. 167: 
378(J),S.4. '20. 
Bonner, Priscilla, actress. 

Portrait. Woman's Home C. 47: D. '20, 70. 
Brady, Alice (Mrs. J. L. Crane), actress, 1892-. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 136, Jl. 24, '20. 
Brady, Eva, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 32: 27, Jl.-Ag. '20. 
Broken wing. The, play by P. Dickey and C: W. 
Goddard. 
Criticism. R. C. Benchley. Life 76: 1188(J), D. 23, 
'20. 
Brown, Jessica, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 69: 66, S. '20. 
523, Ag. '20. 
Burke, Billie (Ethel Burke) (Mrs. F. Ziegfeld; Jr.), 
actress, 1886-. 
Interview. C. C. Cole. il. Delin 97: S. '20. 30. 
Portrait. Cosmopol. 69: 50, O. '20. — Theatre 32: 
22, Jl.-Ag. '20 
Buzzin' around, musical review by W: Morrisey and 
E. Maden. 
Production at Casino theatre, N. Y. city. il. Theatre 
32: 106-7, S. '20. 



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Caldwell, Gladys, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 71 : 310, N. '20. 
Call the doctor, comedy by Jean Archibald. 

Criticism. R. C. Benchley. Life 76: 500(J), S. 16, 
'20. 
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick, actress. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 157: 686, O. 23, '20. 
Carlyle, Beatrice, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 31: 518, Je. '20. 
Carroll, Marie, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 32: 262, N. '20. 
Cave girl. The, comedy by G: Middleton. 

Production at Longacre theatre, N. Y. city. Indep. 
103: 261, S. 4, '20. 
Celeste, May, actress. 

Portrait. Mimsey 71: 115, O. '20. 
Chadwick, Helene, actress, 1897-. 

Portrait. Munsey 71: 118, O. '20, 
Chantecler, play by E. Rostand. 

Review. F. T. Piggott. 19th cent. 88: 79-90, JI. '20. 
Chaplin, Charlie, actor. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 248, Ag. 7, '20. 
Charm school. The, play by R. Milton from book by 
Alice D. Miller. 
Plot and excerpts, il. Cur. Opin. 69: 329-36, S. '20. 
Production at Bijou theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. Mir. 
236(J), Ag. 7, '20. — Indep. 103: 229. Ag. 28, '20. — 
il. Theatre 32: 165, 186-7, O. '20. 
Chase, Arline, actress and dancer. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 69: 51, Jl. '20. 
Cherry comedy, play by E. Knoblock. 

Production at the Apollo theatre, London. 111. Lond. 
N. 157: 196(i), Jl. 31, '20. 
Cherry orchard. The, play by A. Chekoff. 

Production at the Art theatre, London. Athen. 1920, 
pt. 2: 91(1), Jl. 16, '20. 
Children and the Evangelists, The, nativity play 
by Margaret O. Tomes. 
Text. Drama 2: 58-60, N. '20. 
Christmas tree. The, one-act play by L. Housman. 

Text. Drama 11: 75-6, D. '20. 
Ci devant, The, drama by M. Arlen. 

Text. Dial 69 : 125-31, Ag. '20. 
Claire, Ina (Fagan), actress, 1892-. 
Portrai t. Munsey 70 : 293, Jl. '20. 
Clark, Marguerite (Mrs. H. P. Williams), actress, 
1887-. 
Portrait. Woman's Home C. 47: Je. '20, 81. 
Clegg, Jane, play by St. J. Ervine. 

Criticism, il. Outlook 126: 182, S. 29, '20. 
Cohan, George Michael, actor and playwright, 1878-. 
Powerful, well-written melodrama more likely to find 
favor than any other form. por. Theatre 32: 254, 
316, N. '20. 
Columbine, play by Compton Mackenzie. 

Criticism. Spectator 125: 535, O. '23, '20. 
Come seven, comedy by O. R. Cohen. 

Production at Broadhurst theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 141 (i), Jl. 24, '20. — Indep. 103: 229, Ag. 28, 
'20. — il. Theatre 32: 83, 105-7, S. '20. 
Comegys, Kathleen, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 70: 533, Ag. '20. 
Conspiracy and tragedy of Charles Duke of Bsrron, 
play by G: Chapmaa. 
Notes on. A. S. Ferguson. Mod. Lang. R. 15: 223- 
39. Jl. '20. 
Cornered, melodrama by D. Mitchell. 

Criticism. R. C. Benchley. Life 76: 1229 (i), D. 30, 
'20. 
Costello, Paul, opera singer. 

Sketch, por. Mus. Cour. 81: Jl. 15, '20, 1. 
Crooked gamblers, comedy by S. Shipman and P. 
Wilde. 
Production at Hudson theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 229(1), Ag. 7, '20. — Theatre 32: 187-8, O. '20. 
Crossing, The, play by A. Blackwood. 

Description. Graphic 102: 546(J), O. 9, '20. 
Dal ton, Dorothy, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 70: 699, S. '20. 



Dance of death, drama by A. Strindberg, tr. by E. 
Bjorkman. 
Production at Garrick theatre, N. Y. city. Theatre 
32: 30, Jl.-Ag. '20. 
Dancing and dancers. 

Europe's latest fad, modern stage dancing. O, Bie. 
il. Mus. Cour. 81: Jl. 15, '20, 6-7. 
Daughters of Eve, play by Eliza M. Humphreys. 
Production at the St. James theatre, London. 111. 
Lond. N. 157: 160(i), Jl. 24, '20. 
Dawn, Hazel (Tout), actress, 1891-. 

Portrait. Munsey 70: 534, Ag. '20. — Theatre 32: 
89, S. '20. 
Destinn, Mme. Emmy (Emelie Kittel), opera singer, 
1878-. 
Portrait. Woman's Home C. 47: Je. '20, 80. 
Dickson, Dorothy (Mrs. C. Heisen), actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 69: 67, S. '20. — Munsey 70: 
526. Ag. '20. — Theatre 31: 501, Je. '20. 
Dolan, Peggy, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 69: 49, N. '20. 
Dolls, Christmas nonsense play by Louise Van V. Arm- 
strong. 
Text. il. Drama 2: 52-7, N. '20. 
Drama. 

Course in Russian drama. G. Zilboorg, Drama 2: 

66-70, N. '20. 
Drama in industries. Anne T. Whitney. Drama 

2: 62-4, N. '20. 
A note on comedy. L: Crocker. Nation 111: 347-8, 

S. 25, '20. 
The possibility of a poetic drama. B, T. S. Eliot. 
Dial 69: 441-7, N. '20. 
Drama in America. 

American drama of to-day. H. Bashford. Overland 76: 

9-16, S. '20. 
Development of American drama. W: Archer, 

Harper 142: 75-86, D. '20. 
New York city. Plays worth seeing in New York. 

H. Brown, il. Collier's 86: S. 11, '20, 20, 56-7. 
Underworld. L. Lewisohn. Nation 111: 383, O. 6, 
'20. 
Drama, Early English. 

Addition, subtraction, and distraction: an Elizabethan 
tangle. W. J. Lawrence. Athen. 1920, pt. 2: 
282-3, Ag. 27, '20, and following issue. 
Lack of girl parts in the plays of Elizabethan dram- 
atists. Helen C. Crew. Drama 11: 77-9, D. '20. 
Drama in Japan. 

Nippon's lyric drama. Lucy F. Brown. Forum 64: 
465-71, D. '20. 
Dramatists. 

Working with Pinero, Barrie, and Shaw. Hildt 
Spong. Theatre 32: 32, 34, Jl.-Ag. '20. 
Drinkwater, John, poet and dramatist, 1882-. 

The spell of the historical play. Graphic 102: 198(i), 
Ag. 7, '20. 
Eaton, Mary, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 69: 51, O. '20. — Theatre 32; 
26, Jl.-Ag. '20. 
Elliott, Maxine (Jessie Dermot) (Mrs. A. P. Wild- 
ing), actress and manager, 1871-. 
Portrait. McClure 52: Jl. '20, 24. 
Enemy of the people. An, play by H. Ibsen. 

Production at Lexington theatre, N. Y. city. Indep. 
104: 1, O. 2, '20. 
Espero, Sidonie, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 70: 531, Ag. '20. 
Every woman's privilege, play by J. H. Turner. 

Production at Globe theatre, London. Athen, 1920^ 
pt. 2: 530(0, O. 15, '20. — 111. Lond. N. 157: 612(i), 
O. 16, '20. 
Faith of our fathers, pageant by Annie Marble. 

Text. Drama 10: 373-7, Jl.-S. '20. 
Falconer, Margaret, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 69 : 66, Ag. '20. 
Fall and rise of Susan Lenox, drama by G: V. Hobart,j 
from book by D: G. Phillips. 
Production at 44th street theatre, N. Y. city. il. 
Theatre 32: 6, 29, Jl.-Ag. '20. 



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ous Mrs. Fair, The, play by J. Forbes. 
Plot and excerpts, il. Cur. Opin. 69: 192-9, Ag. '20. 

ar, Geraldine (Mrs. Lou-Tellegen), opera singer, 

1882-. 

Portrait. Woman's Home C. 47: D. '20, 70. 
Remarkable personality of. pors, E. C. Hill. Mun- 

sey 70: 233-45, Jl. '20. 
Fedora, play by V. Sardou. 

Production at Globe theatre, London. 111. Lond. N. 

157: 746(i), N. 6, '20. 
Fenwick, Irene, actress, 1887-. 
Portrait. Theatre 32: 90, S. '20. 
guson, Elsie (Mrs. T. B. Clarke, Jr.), actress, 

1883-. 

Portrait. Munsey 71: 117, O. '20. 
Findlay, Ruth, actress, 1895-. 

Portrait as the "Pauper" in The prince and the pauper. 

Collier 66: D. 11. '20, 16. 
First year. The, play by F. Craven. 

Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 76: 872(i), N. 11, 

'20. 
ske, Minnie Maddern (Marie Augusta Davey) 

(Mrs. Harrison Grey Fiske), actress, 1865- . 
Portrait. Theatre 32: 173, O. '20. 
eming, Una, dancer. 
Portrait. Theatre 32: 353, D. '20. 
French leave, play by R. Berkeley. 

Praise. Graphic 102: 150(i), Jl. 24, '20. 

Production at Globe theatre, London. Athen. 1920. 

pt. 2: 154(1), Jl. 30, '20. — 111. Lond. N. 157: 158(i), 



Jl. 24, '20. 
li- 



Galli-Curci, Amelita, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 81 : Jl. 22, '20, 23. 
Galsworthy, John, play\vright, 1867-. 

John Galsworthy as dramatist, por. R. Kenney. 
Bkman. (Lond.) 59: 9-10, O. '20. 
Garden, Mary, opera singer, 1876-. 

Portrait. Theatre 32: 261, N. '20. 
Garden of Allah, The, drama by R. Hichens and Mary 
Anderson. 

r Production at the Drury Lane theatre, London. Athen. 
1920, pt. 2: 25(i), Jl. 2, '20. 
Iman, Mabelle (Mrs. W. E. Corey), ex-actress, 

1880-. 
Portrait. McClure 52: Jl. '20, 24. 
Gilmore, Margalo, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 69: 68, Ag. '20. 
Girl in the spotlight, The, musical comedy by R: 
Bruce and V. Herbert. 
Production at Knickerbocker theatre, N. Y. city. 
Indep. 103: 97, Jl. 24. '20. — il. Theatre 32: 105. 
107. S. '20. 
Gish, Lillian, actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 274, Ag. 14. '20. 
Grady, Eva, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 70: 525. Ag. '20. 
Grain of mustard seed, The, play by H. M. Harwood. 
Criticism. S. R. Littlewood. il. Bkman. (Lond.) 
59: 19-21. O. '20. 
Great lover. The. play by L. Ditrichstein, F: Hatton, 
and Fannie Hatton. 
f Criticism. Spectator 125: 535, O. 23, '20. 
Production at Shaftesbury theatre, London. Athen. 
1920, pt. 2: 530(0. O. 15, '20. 
Gregory, Lady Isabella Augusta (Persse), dram- 
atist. 
Appreciation of. por. C. E. Lawrence, il. Bkman. 
(Lond.) 59: 72-5. N. '20. 
Greeley, Evelyn, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 70: 706, S. '20. 
Groody, Louise, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 71: 116. O. '20. 
Guest of honor. The, drama by W: Hodge. 

Description. R. C. Benchley. Life76: 630(i),O. 7. '20. 
Half moon, The, musical comedy by W: LeBaron 
and V. Jacobi. 
Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 76: 960-61, N. 
25, '20. 
Hall, Georgia Lee, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 71: 311, N. '20. 



Hamlet, play by W: Shakespeare. 

"Cursed Hebenon" (or "Hebona"). M. Montgomery. 

Mod. Lang. R. 15: 304-6. Jl. '20. 
The First Player's Pyrrhus- Priam speech. H: D. 

Gray. Mod. Lang. R. 15: 217-22. Jl. '20. 
On Hamlet and Hamlets. A. Syraons. Nation 111: 

97-8, Jl. 24, '20. 
What happened to Hamlet? A new phase of an old 
view. O. W. Firkins. No. Am. 212: 393^03, 
S. '20. 
Hamlin, George, opera singer. 

Portrait. Woman's Home C. 47: Je. '20, 80. 
Hand of death. The, drama by A. de Lorde and A. 
Binet. 
Production at Little theatre, London. Athen. 1920. 
pt. 2: 243-4, S. 10. '20. 
Happy-go-lucky, play by I. Hay. 

Commended. R. C. Benchley. Life 76: 456-7. S. 9, '20. 
Production at Booth theatre, N. Y. city. il. Theatre 
32: 267, 279-80, N. '20. 
Harwood, H. M., dramatist. 

Criticism of. por. S. R. Littlewood. il. Bkman 
(Lond.) 59: 19-21. O. '20. 
Harrold, Patti, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 70: 696, S. '20. 
Hayes, Helen, actress. 

Portrait, Collier 66: N. 20. '20. 16. — Munsey 70: 
698. S. '20. 
Heartbreak house, play by G: B. Shaw. 

Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 76: llOO(i), 
D. 9. '20. 
Hempel, Frieda (Mrs. W. B. Kahn), opera singer. 

Portrait. Woman's Home C. 47: Je. '20. 80. 
Hepner, Louise, actress. 

Portrait. McClure 52: Ag. '20. 31. 
Hichens, Robert, author and dramatist. 1864-. 

Robert Hichens as playwright, por. F. G. Bettany. 
il. Bkman. (Lond.) 58: 190-93. S. '20. 
Hibbard, Edna, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 71: 312. N. '20. 
His lady friends, comedy by E. Nyitray and F. Man- 
del, adapted from novel by May Edginton, 
Production at the St. James theatre. London. Athen. 
1920. pt. 2: 282(i). Ag. 27, '20. — lU. Lond. N. 157: 
342 (i). Ag. 28, '20. 
Honeydew, musical comedy by J. Herbert and E. 
Zimbalist. 
Criticism. R. C. Benchley. Life 76: 542-3, S. 23. '20. 
I'll leave it to you, play by N. Coward. 

Production at the New theatre, London. Athen. 
1920, pt. 2: 154(i), Jl. 30, '20. — 111. Lond. N.. 
157: 196(i). Jl. 31. '20. 
In the light of the manger, one-act prophetic fan- 
tasy by W: O. Bates. 
Text. Drama 11: 102-3, D. '20. 
Innocent idea. An, drama by M. Brown. 

Production at Fulton theatre. N. Y. city. il. Theatre 
32: 23. 30. Jl.-Ag. '20. 
Interlude in the life of St. Francis, An, play by 
Alice Raphael. 
Text. Drama 2: 37-40. N. '20. 
Inward light. The, play by A. Davis and Anna R. 
Stratton. 
Review. Dial 69: 324. S. '20. 
Janis, Elsie (Bierbower), actress. 1889. 

Portrait. III. Lond. N. 157: 686, O. 23. '20. 
Johnstone, Justine, actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 48. Jl. 10, "20. 
Just suppose, comedy by A. E. Thomas. 

Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 76: 960(i), N. 
25. '20. 
Karsavina, Mme. Thamara, actress. 

Commended. Spectator 125: 671, N. 20. '20. 
Keefe, Zeena, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 31: 533, Je. '20. 
Kennedy, Madge (Mrs. H. Bolster), actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 71: 317, N. '20. — Theatre 32: 
262, N. '20. 
King, Allyn, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 71: 119, O. '20. 



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King, Alta, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 32: 27, Jl.-Ag. '20. 
Eling Henry the Fifth, historical drama by W: Shakes- 
peare. 
Production at Strand theatre, London. Athen. 1920, 
pt. 2: 561-2, O. 22, '20. 
Kosta, Tessa, opera singer. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 69: 65, Ag. '20. 
Ladies night, farce by A. Hopwood and C. Andrews. 
Production at Eltinge theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. Mir. 
283(i), Ag. 14, '20. — Theatre 32: 185-6, O. '20. 
La Rue, Grace, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 70: 530, Ag. '20. 
Le Gallienne, Eva, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 70: 528, Ag. '20. 
Lessing, Madge, actress. 

Portrait. McClure 52: Ag. '20, 31. 
Liberators, The, Serbo-Croatian drama by Srgjan 
Tucic. 
Production by the People's theatre society at the 
Surrey theatre, London. Athen. 1920, pt. 2: 91-2, 
Jl. 16. '20. 
Lighting of the torch. The, masque by Fannie R. 
Buchanan. 
Text. Drama 10: 350-54, Jl.-S. '20. 
Lightnin', drama by F: Bacon. 

Criticism, il. Outlook 126: 182, S. 29, '20. 
Little old New York, drama by Rida J. Young. 

Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 76: 583(J). S.30, '20. 
Production at Plymouth theatre, IM. Y. city. Theatre 
32: 278, N. '20. 
Lowe, Edmund, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 32: 15, Jl.-Ag. '20. 
Macbeth, tragedy by W: Shakespeare. 

Production at the Aldwych theatre, London. Spec- 
tator 125: 634, N. 13, '20. 
Madame Sand, play by P. Moeller. 

Criticism. Spectator 125: 17, Jl. 3, '20. 
Marbe, Fay, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 31: 531, Je. '20. 
Marlowe, Julia (Julia Frances Frost) (Mrs. E. H. 
Sothern), actress. 
Portrait as Ophelia. Theatre 31: 514, Je. '20. 
Martin, Beth, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 69: 65, S. '20. — Theatre 31: 
518, Je. '20. 
Martin, Riccardo, opera singer. 

Portrait. Woman's Home C. 47: Je. '20, 80. 
Mary Rose, play by Sir J. M. Barrie. 

Plot and criticism. Cur. Opin. 69: 63-5. Jl. '20. 
Review. Spectator 124: 759-60, Je. 5, '20. 
Mason, Ann, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 69: 67, Ag. '20. — Munsey 70: 
310, Jl. '20. — Theatre 31: 510, Je. '20. 
May, Edna (Edna May Pettie) (Mrs. O. Lewisohn), 
actress, 1880-. 
Portrait. McClure 52: Jl. '20, 24. 
Meanest man in the world, The, comedy by A. 
MacHugh. 
Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 76: 768-9, O. 28, 

•20. 
Production at Hudson theatre, N. Y. city. Indep. 
104: 113. O. 23, '20. 
Mecca, melodrama by O. Ashe and P. Fletcher. 

Production at Century theatre, N. Y. city. il. Theatre 
32: 349. 369-70, D. '20. 
Mellish, Mary, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 81: Jl. 8, '20, 33. 
Merry Mount, Pilgrim prize play by W: O. Bates. 

Text. Drama 10: 335-47, Jl.-S. '20. 
Meyers, Carmel, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 70: 700, S. '20. 
Meyers, Ernestine, dancer. 

Portrait. Theatre 32: 175, O. '20. 
Milbum, Mary, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 69: 52, O. '20. — Munsey 71: 
113, O.'20. 
Minter, Mary Miles (Juliet Shelby), actress, 1902-. 
Portrait. Dram. Mir. 138, Jl. 24, '20. — Woman's 
Home C. 47: Ag. '20, 59. 



Mirage, The, melodrama by E. Selwyn. 

Production at Times Square theatre, N. Y. city. 
Indep. 104: 113, O. 23, '20. 
Miracle-plays. 

The Ludus Coventriae and the Digby manuscript. 
H. R. Patch. Mod. Lang. As. 35: 324-43, S. '20. 
Mitzi (Mizzi Hajos), actress. 

Portrait. Am. M. 90: N. '20, 35. — Munsey 71: 114, 
O. '20. — Theatre 32: 101, S. '20. 
Moore, Owen, actor. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 139, Jl. 24, '20. 
Moores, Clara, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 69: 49, Jl. '20. 
Morton, Betty, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 69: 50, Jl. '20. — Munsey 70: 
702, S. '20. — Theatre 32: 27, Jl.-Ag. '20. 
Moving pictures. 

An actor's view of the movie "menace." O. Skinner. 

No. Am. 212: 387-92, S. '20. 
Are the movies a menace or a boon to mankind? Cur. 

Opin. 69: 337-9, S. '20. 
The censor and the movie "menace." E. P. Ober- 

holtzer. No. Am. 212: 641-7, N. '20. 
Do it with motion pictures. H. Croy. il. Woman's 

HomeC. 47: Je. '20,23. 
They earn their million, il. E. Ferber. Collier's 66: 

D. 4, '20, 7-8. 
My experience in the movies. Mary R. Rinehart. 

por. il. Am. M. 90: O. '20, 19-20, 76-82. 
Latest menace of the movies. W. P. Eaton. No. 

Am. 212: 80-87, Jl. '20. 
Movies in the South Seas. H. MacQuarrie. Book- 
man 52: 112-15, O. '20. 
Music as an aid to the motion-picture actor. D. B. 

Herzog. il. Munsey 70: 636-40, S. '20. 
The pulse of the movie-public, il. Nat'l. M. 49: 

161-2, Jl. '20. 
Teaching dramatic art with motion pictures. Cur. 

Opin. 69: 493, O. '20. 
What kind of a "menace" are the movies? J. L. 

Lasky. No. Am. 212: 88-92, Jl. '20. 
You — at the movies, il. Am. M. 90: D. '20, 42-4, 
210-14. 
Murray, Mae (Maria) (Mrs. J. J. O'Brien), actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 32: 37, Jl.-Ag. '20. 
My old Dutch, play by A. Shirley and A. Chevalier. 
Production at the Lyceum theatre, London. Athen. 
1920, pt. 2: 122(i), Jl. 23, '20. ' 
Naldi, Nita, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 31: 510, Je. '20. 
Namara, Marguerite (Mrs. G. Bolton), opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 81: Ag. 12, '20. 1. 
Nash, Mary, actress-manager. 

Portrait. Theatre 32: 97, S. '20. 
Naughty princess. The, musical comedy by C. Cuvil- 
lier. 
Description. Graphic 102: 580(1), O. 16, '20. 
Night out. A, musical play by G: Grossmith and A. 
Millet, adapted from L 'Hotel du libre echange. 
Description. Graphic 102: 504(J), O. 2, '20. 
Production at the Winter garden, London. lU. 
Lond. N. 157: 534(i), O. 2, '20. 
Nightshade, anonymous play. 

Production at Garrick theatre, N. Y. city. il. Theatre 
32: 23. 31, Jl.-Ag. '20. 
Nilsson, Anna Querentia (Mrs. G. Coombs), actress, 
1890-. 
Portrait. Munsey 70: 701, S. '20. 
Not so long ago, comedy by A. Richman. 

Plot and excerpts, il. Cur. Opin. 69: 54-60, Jl. '20. 
O'Brien, Virginia, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 70: 697, S. '20. 
Old house. The, play by R: Pryce. 

Production at the Court theatre, London. Athen. 
1920, pt. 2: 60(i), Jl. 9, '20. 
One, drama by E: Knoblock. 

Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 76: 630(J), O. 7, 

'20. 
Production at Belasco theatre, N. Y. city. Theatre 
32: 277, N. *20. 



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O'Neil, Nance, actress. 

The theatre awakening, por. Drama 11: 72-4, 
D. '20. 
Opera in America. 

Our musical riches. Nation 111: 316-17, S. 18, '20. 
Opportuaity, play by O. Davis. 

Production at Eighth street theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 229(i), Ag. 7, '20. 
Over the hills and far away, children's play by Flor- 
ence K. Frank. 
Text. il. Drama 11: 80-89, D. '20. 
Pageants. 

Notes on pageantry, il. Drama 2: 18-21, O. '20. 
Technique of pageantry. L. Taft. Drama 10: 

365-72, Jl.-S. '20. 
Timely plays and pageants with a view to the Pil- 
grim celebrations. C. D'A. Mackay. Delin. 96: 
Je. '20. 28(}). 
Pageants in England. 

Plymouth. Mayflower tercentenary festival. (pic- 
tures). Graphic 102: 338-9, S. 4, '20, and following 
issue. 
Sir Walter Raleigh's venture in Virginia. Graphic 
102: 341, S. 4, '20. 
Painter, Eleanor, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 69: 68, S. '20. 
Pamperon, The, drama by Mina Loy. 

Text. Dial 69: 65-78, Jl. '20. 
Parker, Rena, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 70: 294, Jl. '20. 
Passion plays. 

The staging of the Donaneschingen passion play. M. 
B. Evans. Mod. Lang. R. 15: 279-97. Jl. '20. 
Pavloska, Irene, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 81: Ag. 12, '20, 20. 
Pavlowa, Anna, dancer. 

Note. por. Mus. Cour. 81: Jl. 22. '20, 12(i). 
Pennington, Ann, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 70: 532, Ag. '20. — Theatre 32: 
19, Jl.-Ag. '20. 
Percy, Eileen, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 70: 705, S. '20. 
Phillips, Albert. 

Portrait as General Grant in Abraham Lincoln. 
Theatre 31: 511, Je. '20. 
Pickford, Mary (Mrs. D. Fairbanks), actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 228, Ag. 7, '20. 
Pilgrims. 

Costumes for Pilgrim celebrations. Lucy Barton. 

il. Drama 10: 389-95. Jl.-S. '20. 
Pilgrim program for elementary schools. Lotta A. 
Clark. Drama 10: 383-5. Jl.-S. '20. 
Playwriting. 

Playwrights on playwriting. B. Matthews. No. Am. 
212: 552-60. O. '20. 
Poldekin, play by B. Tarkington. 

Criticism. R. C. Benchlev. Life 76: 582(i), S. 30, '20 
Plot and excerpts, il. Cur. Opin. 69: 481-8, O. '20. 
Production at Park theatre, N. Y. city. Indep. 104: 
1, O. 2, '20. 
Ponselle, Rosa, opera singer. 

Children's operettas in the open air. por. Delin. 
97: Jl.-Ag. '20, 22(j). 
Poor little Ritz girl, musical comedy by G. Campbell, 
L. Fields, R. Rodgers, and S. Romberg. 
Production at Central theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 229(i). Ag. 7. '20. 
Post, Guy Bates, actor, 1875-. 

Dramatic experiences (autobiography) . por. Am. M. 
89: Je. '20, 36, 126-32. 
Povah, Phyllis, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 32: 22. Jl.-Ag. '20. 
Powell, Katherine, actress. 

Portrait. McClure 53: S. '20, 31. 
Price, George, actor. 

Sketch, por. Miriam Saffir. Nafl M. 49: 166. 
187. Jl. '20. 
Priscella and the profligate, play by Laura Wildig. 
Production at the Duke of York's theatre, London. 
111. Lond. N. 157: 666(i), O. 23. '20. 



Prude's fall, The, play by Rudolf Besier and May 
Edginton. 
Criticism of. Spectator 125: 434, O. 2. '20. 
Production at Wyndham theatre, London. Athen. 
1920. pt. 2: 344(1). S. 10. '20. — 111. Lond. N. 167: 
456(1), S. 18. '20. 
Puppets. 

Another venture in puppets. Lucy Calhoun, il. 
Drama 2: 7-9, O. '20. 
Quest, The, masque by S. C. Howard, adapted from the 
Cranbrook masque. 
Proudction at Santa Barbara. Mary Morris, il. 
Drama 2: 41-5. N. '20. 
Rambeau, Marjorie (Mrs. H. Dillman), actress. 
The seamy side of life won't hurt you (autobiog- 
raphy), por. Am. M. 90: Jl. '20, 37-8. 141-6. 
Reed, Florence (Mrs. M. Williams), actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 70: 536. Ag. '20. — Theatre 32: 
169. O. '20^— Woman's Home C. 47: D. '20. 70. 
Reed, Jessie, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 69: N. '20. 50. 
Reinhardt, Max. playwright. 

His influence on the drama. L. Lewisohn. Nation 
111: 405. O. 13, '20. 
Right to strike. The, play by E. Hutchinson. 
Criticism of. Spectator 125: 500, O. 16. '20. 
Production in London. Athen. 1920, pt. 2: 483(i). 
O. 8. '20. — 111. Lond. N. 157; 612(i). O. 16. '20. 
Roberts, Edith, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 71: 111, O. '20. 
Romantic age, The, a play by A. A. Milne. 

Production at Comedy theatre, London. Athen. 
1920, pt. 2: 594(J). O. 29. '20. 
Romantic young lady, The, play by G. M. Sierra. 
adapted by Mr. and Mrs. G. Barker. 
Criticism. Spectator 125: 467-8, O. 9, '20. 
Description. Graphic 102: 472(J), S. 25. '20. 
Production at Royalty theatre, London. Athen, 1920. 
pt. 2: 448(i), O. 1, '20. — III. Lond. N. 157: 496(f). 
S. 25 '20. 
Rostand,' Edmond E. A., dramatist. 1868-1918. 

Appreciation. A. R. Burr. No. Am. 212: 110-17. 
Jl. '18. 
Ruined lady. The, play by F. Nordstrom. 

Production at Comedy theatre, London. III. Lond. 
N. 157: 84(i), Jl. 10. '20. 
Russell, Lillian (Helen Louise Leonard) (Mrs. A. 
P. Moore), actress. 1861- 
Portrait. McClure 52: Jl. '20. 25. 
Samson Agonists, poetic drama by J: Milton. 

The dramatic structure of. J. W. Tapper. Mod. 
Lang. As. 35: 375-89, S. '20. 
Samson and Delilah, drama by S. Lange. 

Commended. R. C. Benchley. Life 76: 1100-1111, 
D. 9, '20. 
Scandals of 1920, musical revue by A, Rice, G: White, 
G: Gershwin, and A. Jackson. 
Production at Globe theatre, N. Y. city. il. Theatre 
32: 19. 28-30. Jl.-Ag. '20. 
Schofield, Edgar, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 81 : Jl. 8, '20, 5. 
Scrambled wives, comedy by Adelaide Matthews and 
Martha M. Stanley. 
Production at Fulton theatre. N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 277(i), Ag. 14, '20. — il. Theatre 32: 165. 186. 
O. '20. 
Seeing things, farce by Margaret Mayo and A. Ken- 
nedy. 
Production at Playhouse theatre, N. Y. city. Indep. 
103: 1, Jl. 3, '20. — il. Theatre 32: 31. 34. Jl.-Ag. 
'20. 
Shakespeare, William, dramatist, 1564-1616. 

Was Shakespeare ever a schoolmaster? F. Watson. 

19th Cent. 88: 643-54. O. '20. 
Shakespeare the truthteller. R. Rolland. Dial 69: 

109-21. Ag. '20. 
Did Shakespeare write a Tragedy of "Dido"? H. 
D. Gray. Mod. Lang. R. 15: 217-22, Jl. '20. 
Shepley, Ruth, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 32: 262, N. '20. 



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Shivaree, play by M. L. H. Odea. 

Text. il. Drama 2: 11-16, O. '20. 
Skin game, The, drama by J: Galsworthy. 

Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 76: 872-3, N. 11, '20. 

Plot and excerpts, il. Cur. Opin. 69: 649-56, N. '20. 

Sojourners, play by Anna Harnwell and Isabelle Meeker. 

Text. Drama 10: 357-64, Jl.-S. '20. 
Sophie, play by P. Moeller. 

Review. Dial 69: 324-5, S. '20. 
Sothern, Edward Hugh, actor, 1859-. 

Portrait as Hamlet. Theatre 31: 515, Je. '20. 
Spanish love, play adapted by A. Hopwood and Mary 
R. Rinehart from play by J. F. y Codina and others. 
Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 76: 408(f), S. 2, 

•20. 
Production at Maxine Elliott's theatre, N. Y. city. 
Indep. 103: 293, S. 11. '20. 
Starr, Frances (Grant) (Mrs. H. Coffin), actress, 
1886-. 
Portrait. Munsey 71: 322, N. '20. — Theatre 32: 5, 
Tl.-Ag. '20. 
Station hotel, The, pantomime. 

Performance by the Hanlon Bros, at the Palladium, 
London. Athen. 1920, pt. 2: 188(J), Ag. 6, '20. 
Stegman, Trixie, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 69: Jl. '20, 52. 
Stevens, Emily, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 69: O. '20, 49. 
Stracciari, Riccardo, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 81: Jl. 22, '20, 1. 
Such a nice young man, temperance play by H. F. 
Maltby. 
Production at the Apollo theatre, London. Athen. 
1920, pt. 2: 25(J), Jl. 2, '20. 
Talmadge, Norma (Mrs. J. Schenck), actress. 

Interview, por. Goldye Miriam. Nat'l M. 49: 253, 

S. '20. 
Portrait. Munsey 70: 703, S. '20. 
Tavern, The, play by Cora D. Gantt. 

Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 76: 680(i), O. 

14, '20. 
Production at George M. Cohan theatre, N. Y. city, 
il. Theatre 32: 370, 373. D. '20. 
Tell, Alma, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 70: 527, Ag. '20. 
Theatre. 

Almost everybody is stage-struck. M. B. Mullet. 

Am. M. 90: N. '20, 34, 222-30. 
Applause at the theatre. G: B. Shaw. Life 76: 

1188-9, D. 23, '20. 
Commercialism and the theatre. W: Poel. Athen. 

1920, pt. 2: 284(i), Ag. 27, '20. 
Concerning a theatre of the people. G. Hughes 

Drama 2: 45-6. N. '20. 
Organization of the theatre. B. Matthews. Munsey 

71:32-9, O. '20. 
Taking the theatre seriously. H. M. Walbrook. 19th 
Cent. 88: 281-7, Jl. '20. 
Theatre in America. 

New York city. Summer season of 1920. R. C. 
Benchley. Life 76: 364-5, Ag. 26, '20. 
Theatre in Germany. 

The German stage. Athen. 1920, pt. 2: 448-9, 
O. 1, '20. 
Theatre in Russia. 

The star and the ensemble on the Russian stage. 
G. Zilboorg. Drama 11: 95-6, D. '20. 
Theatres in America. 

New York city. Daly's theatre. The passing of. W. 
A. Lowenberg. il. Theatre 32: 166, 168, O. '20. 
Theatres in England. 

Doors and curtains in Restoration theatres. W. J. 

Lawrence. Mod. Lang. R. 15: 414-20, O. '20. 
London. Little theatre. Spectator 125: 402-3, S. 

25, '20. 
London. A London grand guignol. Spectator 125: 
402-3, S. 25, '20. 
Thomas, Olive (Olivetta Dufiy) (Mrs. J. Pickford), 
actress, -1920. 
Portrait. Theatre 32: 377. D. '20. 



Thompson, May, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 69: N. '20. 51. 
Tip-top, musical comedy by Anne Caldwell, R. H. 
Burnside, and I. Caryll. 
Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 76: 724(i), O. 
21, '20. 
Tobin, Genevieve, actress. 

Portrait. Collier 66: N. 20, '20, 16. 
Tosca, La, play by V. Sardou. 

As played by Ethel Irving in London. Graphic 102: 
504(i), O. 2, '20. 
Treasurer, The, comedy by D: Pinski. 

Production at Garrick theatre, N. Y. city. Dial 69: 
555-6, N. '20. — Indep. 104: 73, O. 14, '20. — il. 
Theatre 23: 347, 369, D. '20. 
Ulric, Lenore, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 32: 363, D. '20. 
Unknown, The, play by W: S. Maugham. 

Production at Aldwych theatre, London. Athen. 
1920, pt. 2: 251-2, Ag. 20, '20. — 111. Lond. N. 157: 
266(J), Ag. 14, '20. 
Vadie, Maryon, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 71: 320, N. '20. 
Valentine, Grace (Scharrenberger) (Snow), actress. 
Portrait. Cosmopol. 69: 52, N. '20. — Theatre 32: 
174, O. '20. 
Varesi, Gilda, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 71 : 323. N. '20. 
Velie, Janet, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 32: 174. O. '20. 
Victor, Josephine (Mrs. F. E. Reid), actress, 1886-. 
Portrait. Munsey 70: 535, Ag. '20. — Theatre 31: 
509, Je.,'20. 
Vidor, King W., motion-picture director. 

Work of. pors. W: E: Mulligan, il. Nat'l M. 49: 
163-4, Jl. '20. 
Walker, Charlotte (Mrs. E. Walter), actress, 1878-. 

Portrait. Theatre 32: 170, O. '20. 
Wandering Jew, The, poetic drama by E. T. Thurston. 
Production at the New theatre, London. Athen. 
1920, pt. 2: 385-6. S. 17, '20. 
Wedding bells, play by S. Field. 

Production at the Playhouse, London. 111. Lond. N. 
157:456(i), S. 18, '20. 
Welcome, stranger, comedy by A. Hoffman. 

Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 76: 582(1), 

S. 30, '20. 
Production at Cohan and Harris theatre, N. Y. city. 
Indep. 104: 1, O. 2. '20. 
West Indian, The, comedy by R: Cumberland. 

Review. S. T. WiUiams. Mod. Lang. Notes 36: 
413-17, N. '20. 
White man. A, play by E : M : Royle. 

Production at the Lyric theatre, London. 111. Lond. 
N. 157: 158(i). Jl. 24, '20. 
White-headed boy. The, play by L. Robinson. 

Production at Ambassador's theatre, London. Athen. 
1920, pt. 2: 483(i), O. 8, '20. — 111. Lond. N. 167: 
614(J), O. 16. '20. 
Witt, Rosie, actress. 

Portrait. McClure 53: S. '20, 31. 
Woman of bronze. The, drama by P. Kester, from 
the French of Kistemaeckers. 
Criticism. R. C. Benchley. Life 76: 542(J), S. 

23. '20. 
Production at Frazee theatre, N. Y. city. il. Theatre. 
32: 256, 277-8, N. '20. 
Wycherly, Margaret, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 32: 95, S. '20. 
Young, Mary (Mrs. J: Craig), actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 32: 345, D. '20. 
Young, Rida Johnson (Rida Louise Johnson), play- 
wright. 
The woman who wrote "Mother Machree." pors. H. 
C. Bennett. Am. M. 90: D. '20, 34. 178-87. 
Yurka, Blanche, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 32: 167. O. '20. 
Zender, Marguerite, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 71: 319, N. '20. 




WILLIAM COOLIDGE LANE 

(librarian harvard college library, CAMBRIDGE, MASS.) 



FRONTISPIECE BULLETIN OF BIBLIOGRAPHY 
JANUARY . APRIL, 1921 



Bulletin of Bibliography 

Vol. 11, No. 4, January- April, 1921 



Bulletin of Bibliography 

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EDITORIAjL COMMENT 

OUR SPRING PUBLICATIONS 

We want to call special attention to our 
spring list of publications (as listed on 
pages 2 and 3 of cover), including those 
books formerly published by the Boston 
Book Co. which we have purchased from the 
receiver. 

"Suggestions," by John Cotton Dana. 
(Useful Reference Series, no. 24.) 

European War Fiction and Personal 
Narratives; a Bibliography. (Useful Ref- 
erence Series, no. 25.) Cloth. 

Index to Material for Picture Study, by 
Mary J. Booth. (Useful Reference Series, 
no. 26.) Pamphlet. 

Index to Legal Periodical Literature. 
Three vols, covering all law periodicals from 
their beginning to 1907. 

Statute Law Making in the United States, 
by C. L. Jones. 

Commercial Laws of the World. Each 
volume in two languages — English and the 
language of the country covered. 



OUR FRONTISPIECE 

William Coolidge Lane, librarian of the 
Harvard College Library, was graduated 
from Harvard University in 1881, and in 
1887 became assistant librarian there, be- 
coming chief librarian in 1898. He has 
spent his whole library career in the Harvard 
Library except the years 1893 to 1898 when 
he was head of the Boston Athenaeum 
Library. He is a careful and accurate 
bibliographer, as his work in the Harvard 
University bibliographical contributions has 
proved; a tireless worker in whatever field 
he enters. He was president of the Ameri- 
can Library Association in 1898-9, and from 
1886 to 1907 served as secretary, treasurer, 
and finally chairman of the A. L. A. Pub- 
lishing Board, to the work of which he gave 
much of his time and strength. He has also 
been president of the Bibliographical Society 
of America, is a fellow of the American 
Academy of Arts and Sciences, and member 
of Massachusetts Historical Society. We 
give an excellent likeness as the frontispiece 
of this issue, that the younger generation of 
library workers may be familiar with the 
countenance of one who has been an hon- 
ored member of the library profession. To 
all who visit the new Widener Memorial 
Library of Harvard University a hearty and 
cordial welcome is assured from Mr. Lane. 

NEW BOOKS BY LIBRARIANS 

Dana, J. C. A Library Primer. 

A new Library Primer by Mr. Dana, "the best 
known librarian in America," as he has recently been 
called, is an event in the library world. 

In 1899, the first edition was published, being a 
compilation of material from many sources. A second 
edition, with slight changes, was printed in 1909, 
but this 1920 edition before us is all new. The con- 
tributions from others have been omitted, and the 
author has rewritten or dropped nearly all of his 
own work which appeared in the original book. 

There are forty-five chapters covering briefly, yet 
to the point, the many phases of library work: — 
library beginnings, laws, and buildings; duties of 
trustees, librarian; book-selection, reference work, pe- 
riodicals, accessioning, cataloging, classifying, charg- 
ing, etc. There are illustrations to make the recom- 
mendations clearer. In the supplement at end of 
book are lists of dealers, of training classes, of library 
commissions, reference books for a small library, and 
things needed in library' work. 

Boston. The Library Bureau. 1920. adi, 263 pp. W.OO. 



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Friedel, J. H. Training for Librarianship. 

A setting forth of the many phases of library work, 
the many kinds of libraries, and the advantages of 
trained librarianship as a profession. The need of 
more librarians at the present time has called forth 
this volume in "Lippincott's Training Series." The 
author, experienced in the so-called "special library" 
field, attractively sets forth the pleasure and profit 
which are the librarian's, and the way to enter this 
new work. The volume has illustrations. 

Philadelphia. J. B. Lippincott Co. [1921.] 224 pp. $1.75. 

Hicks, Frederick C. The New World Order; 
International Organization, International Law, 
International Co-operation. 

This book has grown out of a course of lectures 
given by the author in the summer of 1919 in the 
Department of Public Law of Columbia University. 
We have a very thorough discussion of the League of 
Nations, — its inception, its duties, its limitations. 
The history of other similar international agreements, 
or treaties, is touched upon, and international law, 
national legislation, and all forms of co-operation 
between countries are considered. 

Nearly two hundred pages at the end of the volume 
are given to appendices, which give the Treaty of 
Peace with Germany; The triple alliance; the Central 
American treaties of 1907; The Hague Conventions 
of 1 907. Appendix number 8 is a full bibliography. 

New York. Doubleday, Page & Co. 1920. viii, 496 pp. 
S3.00. 

Koch, T. W. Les Livres a la Guerre, with a preface 
by Marshall Foch, and introduction by Burton 
E. Stevenson. 

Dr. Koch's "romance of library war service," 
Books in the War, has been translated into French 
and published in Paris (1920). Four hundred and 
eight pages of most interesting matter, profusely 
illustrated, make a book of a very unusual kind for 
France. 

Paris. E. Champion, xx, 408 pp. Paper. 
Lapp, J: A. Our America: The Elements of Civics. 

The elementary facts of our government are set 
forth in this little book, and the reasons for our laws 
are plainly shown. Although frankly a school book, 
we should advise all our "new citizens" to read and 
ponder well what Mr. Lapp says. There are twenty- 
seven chapters, and an appendix outlining the powers 
and duties of Federal, State, and County officers. 

Indianapolis. Bobbs-Merrill Co. 1920. ix, 399 pp. $1.50 

Mattern, Johannes. The Employment of the 
Plebiscite in the Determination of Sovereignty. 
This is a monograph in the Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity Stiidies in Historical and Political Science, 
Series 38, no. 3, by the assistant librarian of the 
university. The author shows the growth of the 
Plebiscite from ancient times to the present; its prac- 
tical and theoretical aspects, and place in Internation- 
al and Constitutional Law. 

Baltimore. Johns Hopkins Press. 1920. 214 pp., paper. 
81.50. 

Olcott, Frances Jenkins. Story-telling Ballads. 
Miss Olcott has added another volume to her de- 
lightful series of collections of stories for children. 
In this collection of ballads she has brought together 
the old favorites as well as many that are not so 
well known, and has put them in groups of two to ten 
of similar subjects. She has added an Appendix with 
suggestions for teachers and others, and an index. 
Several colored illustrations by Milo. Winter are an 



addition to the book. Anyone with children clamor- 
ing for stories will want this volume where it will be 
easily accessible. 

Boston. Houghton, Mifflin Co. 1920. 394 pp. $3.00. 

Parrott, Retta. Library Windows. 

Twenty-six sonnets showing the changes of each 

two weeks throughout the year, as seen from the 

windows of the City Library, Sacramento, California. 

It is a charming booklet in its make-up and binding. 

A real nature-lover is shown in the author of these 

sonnets. We quote one, "A Blue Dusk," in: 

December: 

"Sometimes a cloudy or a foggy day 

Will bring at dusk those blue lights in the sky, 

Looking, through windows, as if heaven were nigh ; 

Although without, the scene is dismal gray; 

The cause must be refraction; or the way 

The glow from buff electroliers on high 

And warm tones of the wall, release the eye 

So it seeks out the azure, there to stay. 

This is a home for many; gathered here 

Are those who eat at restaurants, and sleep. 

Perchance in some cold room, devoid of cheer; 

They smile when in this place, though there they 

weep. 
Maybe in comfort to their bodies given 
Their souls can catch a nearer view of heaven." 
San Francisco. Harr Wagner Publishing Co. 1920. 62 pp. 

Pearson, E. L. Theodore Roosevelt, a brief biog- 
raphy. 

"The librarian" has given us a brief and very 
readable story of Roosevelt, whom he, in common 
with so many other Americans, greatly admired. 
This book was perhaps meant for boys, but it will 
stand alongside the other biographies and be read 
with pleasure by those of all ages, and both sexes. 
The volume is one of the "True Stories of Great 
Americans," series, and has eight illustrations, show- 
ing President Roosevelt at various ages, from ten 
years to just before his death. 

New York. The Macmillan Co. 1920. 159 pp. $1.75. 

Severance, H. O. Guide to the Current Period- 
icals and Serials of the United States and Canada. 

The new (4th) edition of Severance is just pub- 
lished, and is a book over twice as large as its pre-, 
decessor. 

The need of an alphabetical list of American and] 
Canadian periodicals, with addresses, has been well 
met in this volume. Much hard work has been put] 
upon it and, in a field where changes occur over- 
night, and every day, it is quite as accurate as one 
could hope. But the attempt to give subscription] 
price was a risky thing to do. Many of the prices] 
noted have been raised — so many in fact, that] 
reliance should not be placed on this feature of the! 
book. There is a good subject-index at the end,/ 
classifying the magazines — a most useful feature in| 
choosing periodicals in a given field. 

Ann Arbor, Mich. George Wahr. 1920. 564 pp. Cloth, j 
$6.00 net. 

Wilson, Martha. School Library Management. 

This is a second revised edition of the work pub- 
lished in 1917 by the Minnesota Department of] 
Education. It states the problem of the library in 
the school, and offers suggestions as to its equipment,] 
organization, and administration. 

New York. The H. W. Wilson Co. 1920. 142 pp., paper, 
85c. 



Jan.-April, 1921 



Magazine Notes 



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Guide to the Use of Libraries, a manual for 
students in the University of Illinois. 

This paper book of 179 pages has been printed to 
make possible the proper use of the library facilities at 
the University of Illinois. It is more than that, it is 
a text-book on library practice for a course for college 
under classmen at Urbana, Illinois. The compilers 
are Margaret Hutchins, Alice B. Johnson, Margaret 
S. Williams, all of the University library staff, and 
lecturers in the Library School of the University of 
Illinois. 

Urbana, 111. Published by the authors. 1920. 179 pp. 
paper. $1.15. 

DRAMATIC NOTE 

Drury, F. K. W. Plays of To-day. One hundred 
of the best modern dramas. A reading list for stu- 
dents. 

A very useful little 35-page pamphlet — the size of 
a standard catalog card — has been issued by the 
Brown University library. It is annotated, and di- 
vided as follows: — Satires on high society; Criticisms 
of the social order; Consideration of social ethics; 
Family studies; Discussion of family affairs; Views 
on personal ethics and psychology; Poetic and fan- 
tastic plays. There is a title-index at the end. The 
plays included are all of interest to students of the 
drama, and have been successfully produced. 

Union-List of Periodicals and Annuals taken by 
Eleven Special Libraries in Boston. 

The Special Libraries Association of Boston has 
been a very live and useful branch organization of the 
Special Libraries Association. It has now rendered a 
service not only to its own members, but to many 
outside its circle by the printing of a quarto 16-page 
"Union list," covering the periodicals received at 
eleven of the principal special libraries in Boston. 
We wish it might have been possible to include about 
twenty more libraries which would have been possible 
in about double the present space. The need of 
some automobile library in the list is especially 
apparent. Could the line of dots have been carried 
back from the tables to the end of the title of the 
magazine, the eye would more easily follow and 
locate in which library a given periodical was sub- 
scribed for. 

Boston, March, 1921. 16 pp. Paper. 50c. 

MAGAZINE NOTES 

The Century really scared us a bit by a circular say- 
ing: "April, 1921, new form, new price, complete 
change." We were ready for another of those "new 
standard size" affairs so very common now, but hither- 
to not adopted by the "big four" standard magazines 
Atlantic, Harper's, Century, Scrtbner's. But now we 
have the good news. Century will keep the old and 
handy standard size — the book size, we might call it — 
but will, with the May, 1921, issue (vol. 102), raise its 
price to $5.00, following the lead of Atlantic and 
Harper's, appoint Mr. Glenn Frank as its new editor, 
increase its text pages to 160, use new type; new cover 
to remain the same from month to month (wonder 
how long this will be possible; we give them one 
year), and, perhaps most notable change of all. 
Its illustrations entirely of the pen-drawn type. We 
congratulate the Century on its revivification, but 
are sorry it must raise its price that extra dollar. 
Less pages and the old price would be our adyice, but 



we were not consulted. However, send us your 
renewal subscriptions for 1922 and 1923, and we will 
get you the old club rate, if you don't wait too long 
before you write us. 

The Delineator for January, 1921, is a size smaller 
than recently, by nearly two inches in her height. 
Vol. 97 therefore, for those who still have the cash 
to bind their files, will be a peculiar one, five issues 
large, and the rest small. 

Ladies' Home Journal has also shortened her skirts 
about two inches, beginning in January, 1921, but as 
this was the beginning of vol. 38, it is all perfectly 
proper. 

International Studio needs a surgeon at once, and 
then it may be too late to avert a life-long deformity. 
Up to vol. 68 this beautiful periodical lived a normal 
life, being a simple reproduction of "Studio," London, 
with some American pages added [paged in roman 
figures], and the month date advanced one month, 
to make it look up-to-date on the American news- 
stands. Vol. 68 was the 77th English volume, and 
either edition could be used with the periodical 
indexes by adding 9 to the American volume or sub- 
tracting 9 from the English volume. 

But in early 1920 there were printing difficulties in 
New York. The big strike had been called off and the 
great congestion of printing resulted in many period- 
icals issuing a "double number," or skipping a number. 
So International Studio issued one number for Jan.- 
Feb. 1920, and as the sheets from England formed 
the center of each issue — flanked by American pagi- 
nation in roman — it was easy to insert two English 
numbers with only one section of American. The 
publisher called this issue Jan. -Feb., but gave it a 
single number (275), whereas it was really 275, 276. 
It looks as if the English editor had been warned 
of this doubling up, as he made his volume into 
five instead of four numbers [Studio, vol. 78, Oct. 

1919, to Feb. 1920]. But alas the American office 
made its volume of International Studio end with 
Jan.-Feb., no. 275 [vol. 69], thus covering but three 
issues, Nov., Dec, Jan.-Feb., the equivalent, however, 
of four English numbers, and there the trouble began. 
England continues to run five months to a volume, 
and America but four. So we have a curious 
pagination for America: 

Vol. 69, iii-cxviii, 1-170. Nov. 1919-Jan.-Feb. 1920. 

Vol. 70, iii-lxxxviii, 171-210, 1-120. Mch. to June, 
1920. 

Vol. 71, iii-bcxxvi, 121-200, 1-80. 

Vol. 72, iii-lxxxvi, 81-206, 1-42. 

Vol. 73, March, 1921, begins iii and 43, and the 
publisher promises to end it in June. The American 
index refers to these pages just as if they were in 
proper sequence, so there is but one thing for the 
binder to do, pull the numbers apart — bind the 
roman pages [American] in order of issue, but re- 
arrange the arabic pages to make them go in sequence, 
even though this throws the order of month of issue 
out and leaves a gap in pagination. 

In vol. 72, for example, the binding order is Nov. 

1920, to Feb. 1921, for roman pages, and Feb. 1921, 
Nov. 1920, Dec. 1920, Jan. 1921, for arabic pagi- 
nation. Only by this surgical operation, grafting the 
insides of Feb. 1921, into Nov. 1920's internals can 
the index provided in New York be used!! The 
same process with variations must be resorted to for 
vols. 70, 71, and 73. Vol. 74 will become normal 
again, but with five numbers to agree with the 



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English pagination, and will correspond with Studio, 
vol. 82, making it necessary to add 8 instead of 
9 to make English and American editions agree 
in future. We will wager, however, that Studio 
will make January to June, 1921, a six-number 
volume. Will New York see it in time? 

It is part of the world war spirit, we suppose, to try 
all these inhuman experiments on the innocent 
binders, and they, sufferers from high wages and 
"unions," can't be expected to dissect a magazine in 
such an undreamed-of way. Certainly the grand 
prix, the Nobel prize, the Marathon laurels, are to 
John Lane of New York. 

Iowa Library Quarterly having issued vol. 8, no. 14, 
in three parts, each called "vol. 8, no. 14, April-May- 
June, 1920," has completed its volume by an issue 
in four "separates" called vol. 14, no. 16, but a note on 
page 226 allays our doubts by saying that the volume 
as completed will be found to be paged consecutively 
throughout, although no. 13 was a part number, and 
no. 15 was omitted entire. Some record even for a 



magazme 



The AthencBum of London, born in 1828, has 
merged into The Nation of London, but, like Jonah 
inside the whale, still retains its identity. ^ It has its 
own section of The Nation, and retains its staff of 
editors and writers. Feb. 11, 1921, was the last issue 
of Athenaum, but subscriptions will be filled by The 
Nation, so those who bind are supposed to bind up 
January issues of Athenceum and the first two num- 
bers of February as the beginning of their volume of 
The Nation. 

Granite State Magazine of Manchester, N. H., was 
an example of a "stuttering" periodical, repeating 
vol. 7, no. 1, some three or four times. Until Oct. 
1911 (vol. 7, no. 1) this magazine had lived a happy 
normal existence. Heart trouble, or some affliction 
of the liver was apparent when Nov.-Dec. 1911 
(vol. 7, nos. 2-3) appeared as a double issue, and then 
it died and was decently buried. 

Its spirit, or wraith, was, however, seen in Jan. 
1913, in Manchester, N. H., embodied as vol. 7, no. 1, 
of which only three copies are said to exist. Then in 
Oct. 1914, from Manchester, N. H., there appeared 
a vol. 7, no. 1 (contents identical with the Oct. 1911, 
issue), and only about a dozen of these were issued. In 
Dec. 1914, some 7,000 of a vol. 7, no. 3, appeared also 
from Manchester. 

One more attempt to revive it was made when 
July-Sept. 1916, vol. 1, no. 1, of "The New Englander" 
appeared from Hillsboro, N. H. It purported to be a 
quarterly, and in contents was the same as vol. 7, no. 1, 
Oct. 1911, to which were added pages 53-84 from the 
Nov.-Dec. 1911, issue. Luckily the world war broke 
out then, and it is over four years now since a vol. 7, 
no. 1, has appeared, yet the publisher in his letter to 
us holds out "a flickering hope" that the magazine 
may again start up. Must we have another war? 

SUBSCRIPTION NOTE 

(Furnished by "The Faxon Library Service") 

Economic Journal, London, recently raised its price 

from $5.00 to $9.00. The Faxon Subscription Agency, 

devoting its time exclusively to Library business, can 

supply subscriptions for $4.75, just about half price. 

CARELESSNESS OR INEFFICIENCY? 

What ails the magazine publishers this year? 
Well may we ask, for never, even during the war's 



darkest hours, when manager, chief clerk, and stenog- 
raphers were "at the front" and little Bennie the 
elevator boy helped the janitor book the subscriptions, 
did such a series of stupid blunders occur or such 
failure to read plain instructions confront us. 

Of course, our librarian friends very naturally 
think, "If your service is not improved we must 
recommend a change of agent," Other agents tell us 
the same sad story, so what we lose they gain, and 
what they lose will come to us. One of our good 
friends turned over his list to us last fall with a feeling 
of relief, which feeling as he read his mail — largely 
expiration notices from periodicals long since paid up 
by us — changed to consternation, and finally to 
resignation, with a mingled feeling of "wonder what 
would have become of us had we had one of the ordi- 
nary agents!" Yet our business is growing very 
rapidly and we encourage librarians to throw all their 
subscription trouble onto our shoulders. But we 
cannot refrain from writing this editorial letter to 
them, because the mistakes that are ours, as compared 
with those made by the magazine publishers, are as 
one to six-hundred. One of our clerks is busy most 
of her time filing apologies from publishers for errors 
they made, and only a few of the sinners apologize. 

Is it carelessness or inefflciency? We send a dupli- 
cate subscription to Tea and Coffee Trade Journal, 
and mark the order "New," and "Copy No. 2." 
Pubhsher writes back and says, "You have already 
paid that subscription last December, shall we extend 
it another year?" 

We sent an order to Administration for a second 
subscription, with check to pay it, having three 
weeks before placed the first one, with a check to pay 
that. Then our library customer gets a letter from 
the magazine asking why he has canceled his sub- 
scription, and hoping a perusal of the last issue will 
make him change this decision! 

SCENE: Agent's offlce. 

Characters: 

Magazine subscription manager. 
The poor, but honest, agent. 

M. S. M. (irately): "Librarian says he paid you; 
why don't you turn over the money to us?" 

P, B, H. A, (meekly): "We paid you by check for 
1921 on Nov. 29, 1920. M 

M. S. M.: "We have no record of receiving yoii^ 
order." 

P. B. H, A.: "We paid fifteen other subscriptions in 
same check, no other complaints have been received 
— (hesitatingly) yet, and our canceled check is back 
through the bank," 

M. S. M.: "We have no record; may we see your 
canceled check." 

P. B. H. A. (digs in his safe among some 7,000 
checks, and produces the desired "scrap of paper"): 
"There!" 

M. S. M.: "Evidently we did get it; give us a new 
list of those 15 subscribers or such of them as you find 
on enquiry have failed to get Jan., Feb., and March 
issues and we will at once book the orders. We' 
give them full twelve months just the same "Apr 
1921, to March, 1922." Jan,, Feb., and March 
out of print," Exit M. S. M. 

P. B. H. A. (calls stenographer and writes 15 lette 
to fifteen libraries, 5 letters to second-hand dealers U 
Jan., Feb., March issues, 10 letters to other subscril 
ers who perhaps may have received by error duplicai 



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Jan., Feb., March numbers (most of them have, but 
few have saved the duplicates), and one letter — 
a pleasant little one — to the M. S. M., asking refund 
on those subscriptions so all will still expire in De- 
cember as ordered.) "Miss Hill, bring your supp)er 
again, we work late to-morrow. Ask Miss Young, 
Miss Snyder, and Miss Grandin to stay." 



{Slow curtain as postman appears with three letters 
about System not being properly booked; and one 
saying four ''Good Housekeepings" short, where five 
were paid for, three Literary Digest complaints, and 
about a dozen wrong bookings evenly divided between 
McGraw Hill Co., Doubleday, Page & Co., Review of 
Reviews, and Modern Priscilla. 



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BRIEF READING-LIST ON PRACTICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY 

Compiled by the Class of 1921, New York State Library School 



Allan, P. B. M. Care of books (in his Bookhunter at 
home. p. 217-22). Definite directions for biblio- 
graphic details, having in mind rare rather than ordi- 
nary books. 

Austen, W. H. Educational value of bibliographic 
training. Library Journal 34: 427-30. 

Brown, J. D. Manual of practical bibliography. 175 p. 
Long. n.d. 

— Practical bibliography. Library (n.s.) 4: 144-61. 
For reply see Pollard below. 

Chauvin, Victor. What a bibliography should be. 

Library Journal 17: 87-88, tr. fr. Centr, f. Bibliotheksw. 

Oct. 1890. 
Cole, G. W. American bibliography, general and local. 

Library Journal 19: 6 9. 

— Bibliographical problems with a few solutions. Bib. 
soc. of Amer. Papers, 10: 119-42. 

— Compiling a bibliography. 20 p. N. Y. 1902. Ex- 
tended fr. Library Journal 26: 791-95, 859-63. 

Coupland, W. B. Notes on arrangement and com- 
pilation of bibliographies. Library World, 15: 180-85. 

De Morgan, Augustus. On the difficulty of correct 
description of books. First printed in Companion 
to the almanac. Lond. 1853. Reprinted by Biblio- 
graphical Society of Chicago, 1902, and by The Library 
Association Record, June, 1902. 

Feipel, L. N. Elements of bibliography. Bib. soc. 
of Amer. Papers, 10: 175-207. 

Ferguson, John. Some aspects of bibliography. 102 p. 
Edinb. 1900. 

Huck, T. W. Bibliography of London. Library n. s. 
23: 38-54. These suggestions for preparing this local 
bibliography will apply to all such work. 

Hutchins, Margaret. Johnson, A. S. & Williams, M. S. 
How to make a bibliography or reference list (in their 
Guide to the use of libraries. 1920. p. 157-61). 

Hyett, F. A. County bibliographies; suggestions for 
increasing their utility. Bibliographical Society of 
London. Trans. 3: 27-^0, 167-70. Uniform methods, 
right limitations, arrangements and conduct of work. 

Keogh, Andrew. Bibliography. A. L. A. Bulletin, 1: 
35-39. 

Leypoldt, A. H. Practical bibliography. Library Jour- 
nal 31: 303-07. 

McPike, E. F. Bibliographic needs and possibilities. 

'' )ial. 40: 78-79. 



McPike, E. F. A serial bibliography of bibliographies. 

Public Libraries 10: 123-25. 
Madan, Falconer. On method in bibliography. Bib. 

soc. Trans. 1: 91-102. 

— What to aim at in local bibliography. Library 
Chronicle, 4: 144-48. 

Meyer, H. H. B. Bibiography in relation to business 
and the affairs of life. Bib. soc. of Amer. Papers, 
10: 103-18. 

Minot, C. S. Bibliography, a study of resources (in 
Biological lectures delivered at the Marine biol. lab. 
of Wood's Holl. . . . 1895, p. 149-68). 

Mudge, L G. Bibliography. 25 p. 1915. (A. L. A. 
Manual of lib. econ., chap. 24.) 

Parsons, R. W. Introduction to elementary bibliog- 
raphy. Librarian, 3: 43-50, 84-88. 

Place, Frank, Jr. Bibliographic style in medical litera- 
ture. Med. Record, 25 Jan. 1913. 

— Verify your references. N. Y. Med. Jour. 7 Oct. 
1916. 

Pollard, A. W. Arrangement of bibliography. Libra- 
rian, 1909, 10: 168, p. 87. 

— Bibliography and bibliology. Ency. Brit. (ed. 11), 
3: 908-11. 

— Practical bibliography. Library (n. s.), 4: 151-62. 
A reply to J. D. Brown above. 

Pollard, A. W., & Greg. W. W. Some points in bibli- 
ographical description. Bib. soc. Trans. 9: 31-52. 

Shackford, M. H. For better bibliographies. Exiuc. 
Rev. 57: 434-38. 

Sharp. H. A. Notes on Section II (Bibliography) of 
the Library Association's syllabus. Library World, 
13: 298-302, 377-81. 

Tolman, F. L. Bibliography and cataloging. Public 
Libraries 10: 119. 

Walter, F. K. Directions for original bibliography. 
N. Y. State Library School Bulletin, 34: 13-17. 

Walton, J. Concerning practical bibliography. Li- 
brary Assistant, 7: 7-15. 

Wyer, J. I. Practical bibliography. Bulletin of Bib. 
3: 21-23. 

Young, J. D. Fugitive bibliography in relation to book 
selection. Library Assistant, 6: 192-96. 



INDEX TO LIBRARY REFERENCE LISTS, 1920* 
By Marian F. Bonner, Providence Public Library 



jptances. Trade. List of References. Library of 

Congress, April 21, 1920. Mim. 
Accident Prevention in Industry. Selected Bibliography. 

Detroit [Mich.[ Public Library, 1919. 
Agriculture. Agricultural Books of 1919. Special Lib- 

braries Association [New York City] Special Libraries, 

June, 1920. 
Aircraft Insurance. Special Libraries Association [New 

York City] Special Libraries, May, 1920. 
Almanacs. List of New York Almanacs, 1694-1850. 

Parts 1-7. New York Public Library Bulletin, May- 

Nov., 1920. [Also published in separate form.] 



America. America's Ideals and Tasks as Reflected in 
Her Literature: prose, poetry or fiction. Los Angeles 
[Cal.] Public Library Monthly Bulletin, May, 1920. 

American Citizen, The. Selected List of Books, Pamph- 
lets and Periodical References. Detroit [Mich.] Public 
Library, 1919. 

Americanization. Americanization Books for Children. 
Public Library Commission of Indiana [Indianapolis, 
Ind.] Library Occurrent, Dec. 1919. 

. Biographies Recommended for Americanization 

Work. Indiana Public Library Commission [Indian- 
apolis, Ind.] Library Occurrent, July 1920. 



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Americanization. Brief List of Books on Architecture. 
Seattle [Wash.] Public Library Library Poster, April 
15. 1920. 

. New Americans. Carnege Library [Pittsburgh, 

Pa.], 1920. 

. References on Americanization. Seattle [Wash.] 

Public Library Library Poster, Feb. 26, 1920. 
Animals. Our Animal Friends. Indiana Public Lib- 
rary Commission [Indianapolis, Ind.] Library Occurrent, 
July, 1920. 
Auburndale Authors. Newton [Mass.] Free Library 

Bulletin, Nov.-Dec, 1920. 
Author Dictionaries, Concordances and Indexes. St. 
Louis [Mo.] Public Library Monthly Bulletin, April, 
1920. 
Autobiography. Some Readable Autobiographies. 

Lynn [Mass.] Public Library Bulletin, Feb. 1920. 
Aviation, Books on. Grand Rapids [Mich.] Public 

Library Bulletin, Feb. 1920. 
Biography. February Americans. Library Association 
of Portland [Portland, Ore.] Monthly Bulletin, Feb. 1920. 

. Unusual People. Los Angeles [Cal.] Public 

Library Monthly Bulletin, April, 1920. 
Books. Best Books of 1919. Selected for a Small Pub- 
lic Library. University of the State of New York 
[Albany, N. Y.] Bibliography Bulletin 67, March 1, 1920. 
. Buying List of Books for Small Libraries. Uni- 
versity of the State of New York [Albany, N. Y.] 
Bibliography Bulletin 65, 1920. 

. For Reading Aloud. Detroit {Mich.] Public 

Library Library Service, April 15, 1920. 
. Old Acquaintances Invite You Now to Friend- 
ship. Library Association of Portland [Portland, 
Ore.] Monthly Bulletin, Jan. 1920. 

. One Hundred Books of Popular Non-fiction for 

Small Libraries. University of the State of New 
York [Albany, N. Y.] New York Libraries, Aug., 1920. 

. Thirty-six Books. New York Public Library 

Branch Library News, Dec. 1920. 
Bonus Systems. See Profit-Sharing and Bonus Systems. 
Builders, Books for. Detroit [Mich.] Public Library 

Library Service Supplement, March, 1920. 
Business. List of Books on Business. Adriance Memo- 
rial Library [Poughkeepsie, N. Y.], 1920. 
California History. Study Outline. California State 
Library [Sacramento, Cal.] News Notes of California 
Libraries, Jan. 1920. 
Campcraft. Detroit [Mich.] Public Library Library 

Service, June 1, 1920. 
Chemical Warfare. Special Libraries Association [Bos- 
ton, Mass.] Special Libraries, Nov. 1920. 
Children. Books for Children Under Eight Years of 
Age. [Cleveland, O.] Public Library Open Shelf, 
Nov. 1920. 

. Books for the Children's Christmas. Los 

Angeles [Cal.] - Public Library Monthly Bulletin, 
Dec. 1920. 

. Children's Books for Christmas. Savannah 

[Ga.] Public Library Public Library News, Nov. 1920. 

. Children's Books for Christmas Gifts. Arranged 

in Groups according to Price. Grand Rapids [Mich.] 
Public Library Bulletin, Sept.-Oct. 1920. 

. Children's Books of 1920 Suggested as Holiday 

Gifts. New York Public Library Branch Library 
News, Dec. 1920. 
. Children's Play Movement and the Public Lib- 
rary. (Brief list of plays compiled by Miss Alice I. 
Hazeltine of the St. Louis Public Library and reprinted 
from "Drama.") Public Library Commission of 
Indiana [Indianapolis, Ind.] Library Occurrent, April, 
1920. 
. Child's Model Library. Joliet [111.] Public Lib- 
rary Jwz'eni/e 5oo^ B^Z/e/m, Oct. 1919. 

. Guide Posts to Children's Reading. Library 

Association of Portland [Portland, Ore.] Monthly 
Bulletin, Oct. 1920. 

. List of Technical and Scientific Books for Boys. 

Public Library Commission of Indiana [Indianapolis, 
Ind.] Library Occurrent, April, 1920. 

. Scientific and Technical Books for Boys. Salem 

[Mass.] Public Library Bulletin, March, 1920. 



Children. Selection from Recent Books. A Few Books 
Which will Allow a Choice to Those of Slender Purse: 
Favorites in Choice Editions. Detroit [Mich.] Public 
'Lihra.ry Library Service, Nov. 15, 1920. 
. Some Recent Children's Books. 1918-19. Pub- 
lic Library Commission of Indiana [Indianapolis, Ind.] 

Library Occurrent, April, 1920. 
. Two Good Books a Year for My Child. Public 

Library Commission of Indiana [Indianapolis, Ind.] 

Library Occurrent, Oct. 1920. 

. Vacation Reading for Pleasure and not for Study, 

Books for Boys and Girls Arranged for the First Eight 

Grades. Grand Rapids [Mich.] Public Library 

Bulletin, May. 1920. 
Christ, Second Coming of. General Theological Library 

[Boston, Mass.] Bulletin, Jan. 1920. 
Christ in Art. Brief List of References on Christ in 

Art. New York Public Library Bulletin, April, 1920. 

[Also reprinted in separate form.] 
Christmas. Books for Christmas Buying. Library 

Association of Portland [Portland, Ore.] Monthly 

Bulletin, Nov. 1920. 
. Christmas Gift Books for Men. Los Angeles 

[CalJ Public Library Monthly Bulletin, Dec. 1920. 
Chinese and Japanese Literature. Chinese and Japanese 

Lanterns. Los Angeles [Cal.] Public Library Monthly 

Bulletin, Oct. 1920. 
Church, Rural, and its Task. Iowa Library Commission. 

State Traveling Library [Des Moines, la.]. 
Citizenship. Selected List. Maine Library Commis- 
sion [Augusta, Me.] Maine Library Bulletin, April, 1920. 
City Manager Plan. List of References. Library of 

Congress, Jan. 28, 1920. Mim. 
Civic Beauty. Savannah [Ga.] Public Library Public 

Library^ News, Civic Beauty Supplement, Nov. 1920. 
Coal. List of Recent References on the Coal Situation 

in the United States, 1920. Library of Congress, 

July 15, 1920. Mim. 
. List of References on the Storage of Coal. Lib- 
rary of Congress, June 30, 1920. Mim. 
Collective Bargaining. Recent Literature on Collective 

Bargaining, U. S. Department of Labor Library 

[Washington, D. C.]. Mim. 
Commission Government for Cities. (Supplementary to 

the printed list, 1913.) Library of Congress, Feb. 21, 

1920. Mim. 
Community Service. Seattle [Wash.] Public Library 

Library Poster, March 11, 1920. 
Cooking. Cookerv and Household Management. Haver- 
hill [Mass.] Public Library Bulletin, May, 1920. 

. See also Housewife's Library. 

Co-operative Stores. List of References. Library of 

Congress, May 28, 1920. Mim. 
Drama. Foreign Plays in English. List of Translations 

Parts 1-2. New York Public Library Bulletin, FehJi 

April, 1920. (Reprinted as a separate.] 
. One-act Plays in English, 1900-1920. Bostol 

[Mass.] Public lyihrary Brief Reading Lists, May, 19i 
. Patriotic Drama [Supplementing List of De 

1918.] New Jersey Public Library Commissioi 

[Trenton, N. J.J New Jersey Library Bulletin, Jan. 195 
. Plays for Patriotic Occasions. Suitable foi 

amateur performance by school children and other 

Pratt Institute Free Library Quarterly Booklist, Jul] 

1920. 
Druids and Druidism. New York Public Library Bull 

tin, Jan. 1920. [Reprinted in separate form.] 
Education. Interesting Educational Books of tl 

Past Two Years. Seattle [Wash.] Public Librs 

Library Poster, Jan. 29, 1920. 
Einstein Theory. Reading List. Croydon [Eng.] Publj 

Libraries Reader's Index, March- April, 1920. 
Electrical Engineering. Selected List of Books. St 

Paul [Minn.] Public Library. 
Eliot, George. Special Reading List. Salem [Mass,] 

Public Library Bulletin, Jan. 1920. 
Farming. Ten Best Books for the Farmer. Wisconsor 

Free Library Commission [Madison, Wis.] Wisconsii 
Library Bulletin, March, 1920. [Reprinted from tt ' 

Wisconsin Agriculturist.] 



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Index to Library Reference Lists 



63 



Fatigue. Industrial Fatigue. Selected References. Car- 
negie Library [Pittsburgh, Pa.] Monthly Bulletin, May, 
1920. 

Fiction. List of Detective and Mystery Stories. Public 
Library Commission of Indiana [Indianapolis, Ind.] 
Library Occurrent, Oct. 1920. 

. "Paris of the Novelists." New York Public 

Library Branch Library News, Feb. 1920. 

Foreign Literature. Leaves from Many Literatures. 
Los Angeles [Cal.] Public Library Monthly Bulletin, 
July, 1920. 

Foreign Trade. Public Library of the District of Colum- 
bia [Washington, D. C] Monthly Bulletin, Dec. 1919. 

. Books on Foreign Trade. Seattle [Wash.] Public 

Library Library Poster, March 25, 1920. 

. Books on Foreign Trade with Special Reference 

to South America, China, Japan, Russia. Los Angeles 
[Cal.] Public Library, 1920. 

Foreigners in America. Our Immigrants of Foreign 
Tongues in Their Old Homes and in America. Buffalo 
[N. Y.] Public Library, 1920. 

Foundations. American Foundations for Social Welfare. 
Selected Bibliography, (Revised edition.) Russell 
Sage Foundation Library Bulletin, Dec. 1920, 

French Literature. Books in the French Language 
Recently Added. Pratt Institute Free Library 
Quarterly^Booklist, Oct. 1920. 

. L'EcoIe Romantique du Dix-Neuvieme Sidcle 

avec Reference Speciale aux Oeuvres de Victor Hugo. 
Croydon [Eng.] Public Libraries Reader's Index, May- 
June, 1920. 

Gardening. Library Association of Portland [Portland, 
Ore.] Monthly Bulletin, March, 1920. 

Gentleman, The, in Literature. Maiden [Mass.] Public 
Library Bulletin, Jan. 1920. 

Girls. Books for Older Girls. Toronto [Canada] Public 
Library Book Bulletin, Feb.- April, 1920. 

Hawaii. Special Reading List. Salem [Mass.] Public 
Library Bulletin, Oct. 1920. 

History. Chronicles of America Series. Cleveland [O,] 
Public Library Open Shelf, Feb, 1920. 

Housebuilding and Decoration. Popular and Helpful 
Books on Housebuilding and Decoration. Haverhill 
[Mass.] Public l.ihx2iTy Bulletin, May, 1920. 

Housewife's Library. Michigan State Library [Lansing, 
Mich.] Michigan Library Bulletin, May-June, 1920. 
See also Cooking, 

Howells, William Dean, Brooklyn [N. Y.] Public Lib- 
rary Bulletin, July, 1920, 

. Special Reading List. Salem [Mass,] Public 

Library Bulletifi, June, 1920- 

Immigrant Backgrounds: A Bibliography for Social 
Workers Among the Foreign- Born, Russell Sage 
Foundation Library [New York City] Bulletin, June, 
1920, 

Indiana, Books about Indiana with a List of Indiana 
Writers. South Bend [Ind.] Public Library, 1920. 

Industrial Problems. Chiefly American. Selected Ref- 
erences to Books and Magazines. Boston [Mass.] 
Public Library Brief Reading Lists, No. 11, Dec. 1919. 

Industrial Research, Reading List on. Special Libraries 
Association [Boston, Mass.] Special Libraries, Jan. 
1920. 

International Communication. List of References on 
International Communication. [Exclusive of the 
Postal Service] Library of Congress, April 26, 1920. 
Mim. 

Invalids. Occupations for Invalids. St. Louis [Mo.] 
Public Library. 

Investment. Books on Investment. Grand Rapids 
[Mich.] Public Library Bulletin, March, 1920. 

Ireland. List of Books on Ireland and the Irish People. 
Cambridge [Mass.] Public Library, 1920. 

Juvenile Delinquency; a selected bibliography. Russell 
Sage Foundation Library [New York City] Bulletin, 
Aug. 1920. 

Kites and Aeroplanes. Short List of Books and Maga- 
zine References on Making Kites and Aeroplanes. 
Detroit [Mich.] Public Library Library Service, May 1, 
1920. Supplement. 



Labor and Reconstruction. Some Modern Titles. 

Worcester [Mass.] Free Public Library, March, 1920. 
Latin-American Periodicals Current in the Reference 

Department. New York Public Library Bulletin, 

Sept. 1920. [Reprinted in separate form.] 
League of Nations. List of References on the League 

of Nations. (Supplementary to mimeographed lists 

of Oct. 7, 1918, and March 3. 1919.) Library of 

Congress, Division of Bibliography, March 26, 1920. 

Mim, 
Lind, Jenny, Detroit [Mich,] Public Library Library 

Service, Oct. 15, 1920. 
Lycanthropy, List of Works Relating to. New York 

Public Librarv Bulletin, Dec. 1919. [Reprinted in 

separate form.] 
Mayoralty Government of Cities, List of References. 

Library of Congress, May 19, 1920. Mim. 
Michigan. Books for the Michigan Room. Grand 

Rapids [Mich.] Public Library Bulletin, April, 1920. 
Military Training. List of References on Compulsory 

Military Training. Library of Congress, Division of 

Bibliography, March 30, 1920. Mim. 
. Some References on Universal Military Training. 

Boston [Mass.] Public Library New Books, No. 621, 

Mar. 13, 1920. 
Mines. Nationalization of Cdal Mines. New York 

Public Library Bulletin, May. 1920. 
Mountaineers. The Southern Highlands. Selected Bib- 
liography. Russell Sage Foundation Library [New 

York City] Bulletin, Feb. 1920, 
Municipal Finance and Taxation, List of References. 

Library of Congress, June 23, 1920. Mim. 
Music. Christmas Music. Chicago [111.] Public Lib- 
rary Book Bulletin, Dec. 1920. 
. Music for Easter and Lent. Chicago [111.] Public 

Library Book Bulletin, March, 1920. 
. Music Number. Newton [Mass.] Free Library 

Bulletin, Feb.-March, 1920. 
Nature. Revelation of God in Nature. Brooklyn 

[N. Y.] Public Library Bulletin, May, 1920. 
Newspaper Workers, Aids for. Berkshire Athenaeum 

and Museum [Pittsfield, Mass.] Quarterly Bulletin, 

April, 1920. 
Nightingale, Florence. New York Public Library 

Branch Library News, Sept. 1920. 
. Florence Nightingale and the Profession of 

Nursing. Brooklyn [N. Y.] Public Library Bulletin 

June, 1920. 
. The Lady with the Lamp. Brooklj-n [N. Y.J 

Public Library Bulletin, June> 1920. 
Nurses and Social Workers, Books for. Iowa Library 

Commission. State Traveling Library [Des Moines, 

la.] 
Nursing. See Nightingale, Florence. 
Operas. Opera Scores, Librettos, and Plots. Chicago 

[111.] Public Library Book Bulletin, Nov. 1920. 
Organs. The Pipe Organ: A Bibliography. Parts 3-4. 

Bulletin of Bibliography, May- Aug.. Sept.-Dec. 1929- 
Painters. Contemporary American Painters. Public 

Library of the District of Columbia [Washington, 

D. C] Dec. 1919. 
"Paris of the Novelists." New York Public Library 

Branch Library News, Feb. 1920. 
Periodicals. See Latin-American Periodicals. 
Personality, Human and Divine. General Theological 

Library [Boston, Mass.] Bulletin, April, 1920. 
Petroleum. A Selected List for the Investor, the Geolo- 
gist and the Chemist. St. Paul [Minn.] Public Lib- 
rary, Feb. 1920. 
Play. Home Play Time Indiana Public Library 

Commission [Indianpolis, Ind.] Library Occurrent. 

July, 1920. 
Plymouth and the Pilgrims. Salem [Mass.] Public 

Library Bulletin, Feb. 1920 
. List of Books Relating to the Pilgrim Fathers and 

the Settlement of Plymouth, Mass., in 1620. Cam- 
bridge [Mass.] Public Library, 1920. 
. List of References on the Pilgrim Fathers. Lib- 
rary of Congress, July 14, 1920. Mim. 
. Our Pilgrim Forefathers. Reading Helps for Boys 

and Girls. Kansas City [Mo.] Public Library, 1920. 



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Plymouth and the Pilgrims. Pilgrim Calendar. Salem 

[Mass.] Public Library 5M//e/in, Nov. 1920. 
. Pilgrim Fathers. Selected List. A. K. Smiley 

Public Library [Redlands, Cal.] Nov. 1. 1920. 
. "Pilgrim Fathers" Tercentenary. [Nottingham 

[Eng.] Public Libraries Bulletin, Oct.-Dec. 1920. 
. Pilgrims, The. Selected List of Works. Boston 

[Mass.] Public Library Brief Reading Lists, No. 15, 

June, 1920. 
. Pilgrims, The. Selected material for use in con- 
nection with the Pilgrim Tercentenary Celebration. 

Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, 1920. 
. Pilgrims and Old Plymouth. Lynn [Mass.] Public 

Lihrajry Bulletin, Nov. 1920. 
. Pilgrims. Plymouth and Cape Cod. [10 titles.] 

Millicent Library [Fairhaven, Mass.] Bulletin, Sept. 

1920. 
. Selected List of Books Dealing with the History 

of the Pilgrims in England, Holland and New Eng- 
land. Brockton [Mass.] Public Library Quarterly 

Bulletin, Oct.-Dec. 1920. 
. Selected Material for Use in Connection with 

the Pilgrim Tercentenary Celebration. Carnegie 

Library [Pittsburgh, Pa.] 1920. 
Poets. Contemporary Poets. Parts 2-3 [Concluded]. 

Bulletin of Bibliography, Jan. -April, May -Aug. 

1920. 
. With the Spring Poets. Cleveland [O.] Public 

Library Open Shelf April, 1920. 
Presidential Candidates. Our Presidential Candidates. 

[Detroit Mich.] Public Library Library Service, Sept. 

15, 1920. 
Presidential Elections. Selected Titles of Books. 

Boston [Mass.] Public Library Brief Reading Lists 

No. 17, Aug. 1920. 
Profit Sharing and Bonus Systems. Library of Congress, 

Feb. 12, 1920. 
Poultry Books. Brockton [Mass.] Public Library. 
. Good Books for Poultrymen. Public Library 

Commission of Indiana [Indianapolis, Ind.] Library 

Occurrent, Oct. 1920. 
Public Health Nursing and Related Work. St. Louis 

[Mo.] Municipal Reference Library Bulletin, June, 

1920. 
Railroads. List of References on Provisions of the 

Cummins Bill Regarding Standards of Rate-making 

and Limitation of Profits. Special Libraries Associa- 
tion [Boston, Mass.] Special Libraries, Feb. 1920. 
Roosevelt, Theodore. A Bibliography. Brooklyn 

[N. Y.] Public Library Bulletin, Feb. 1920. 
. Roosevelt, Lover of Books. Syracuse [N. Y.] 

Public Library, 1920. 
Russia, the Country of Extremes. Brockton [Mass.] 

Public Library Quarterly Bulletin, Jan.-March, 1920. 



Saccharin. Reading List Special Libraries Association 
[New York City] Special Libraries, April, 1920. 

Salesmanship. Selected List. St. Paul [Minn.] Pub- 
lic Library, Feb. 1920. 

Sequels and Continuations, List of. Parts 1-3 [Con- 
cluded], New Bedford [Mass.] Free Public Library 
Monthly Bulletin, Jan., May-June, 1920. 

Shipping and Shipbuilding. Library of Congress, 1919. 

Socialism. List of Books. Library of Congress. April 
16, 1920. Mim. 

Sociology. American Foundations for Social Welfare. 
Selected Bibliography. (Revised edition.) Russell 
Sage Foundation Library Bulletin, Dec. 1920. 

. Books for Nurses and Social Workers. Iowa 

Library Commission. State Traveling Library [Des 
Moines, la.]. 

. Selected List of Books on Social Subjects. Pub- 
lished in 1919. Russell Sage Foundation Library 
[New York City] Bulletin, April, 1920. 

Southern Highlands. Selected Bibliography. Russell 
Sage Foundation Library [New York City] Bulletin, 
Feb. 1920. 

Stars. Stories of the Constellations. St. Louis [Mo.] 
Public Library Monthly Bulletin, Nov. 1920. 

Strikes. List of References on the Right to Strike. 
Special Libraries Association [Boston, Mass.] Special 
Libraries, Dec. 1919. 

Teachers. Books for Teachers in School and Out. Los 
Angeles [Cal.] Public Library Monthly Bulletin, Sept. 
1920. 

Technical Books. Haverhill [Mass.] Public Library 
Bulletin, Sept.-Nov. 1920. 

. Technical Books of 1919. A Selection. Pratt 

Institute Free Library [Brooklyn, N. Y.], 1920. 

Technology. Important New Books on Industry. Los 
Angeles [Cal.] Public Library Monthly Bulletin, Nov. 
1920. 

Thrift. Thrift and the Cost of Things. Detroit [Mich.] 
Public Library Library Service, Jan. 15, 1920. 

. Thrift Bibliography. [List of U. S. Treasury 

Dept. Savings Division.] Maine Library Commission 
[Augusta, Me.] Maine Library Bulletin, July, 1920. 

Vacation Reading. Out-of-Doors Books. Los Angeles 
[Cal.] Public Library Monthly Bulletin, June, 1920. 

Werewolves. See Lycanthropy. 

West, The. Under Western Skies. Library Associa- 
tion of Portland [Portland, Ore.] Monthly Bulletin, 
June, 1920. 

Whales and the Whale Fishery. Collection of Books, 
Pamphlets, Log Books, Pictures, etc., illustrating 
Whales and the Whale Fishery. New Bedford [Mass.] 
Free Public Library, second edition, April, 1920. 

Yiddish. Books in Yiddish. St. Louis [Mo.] Public, 
Lihrary Monthly Bulletin, May, 1920. 



* Index to Library Reference Lists, Oct. 1901-Dec. 1906, in one alphabet, 32 p., 50c. Index to 1907-08 in Bulletin of Bibliographj 
Oct. 1908, and Jan. 1909. Index to 1909 in Bulletin for April, 1910; annual indexes, 1910-19 in Bulletin for January of each year. 



SELECT LIST OF REFERENCES ON PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW 

FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS 
Compiled by Florence C. Bell, Librarian of the U. S. Bureau of Efficiency 

ABBREVIATIONS 

A. J. I. L. — American Journal of International Law. 

A dash ( — ) after date or volume number indicates that the title is still being published. 
The titles marked with a star (*) are publications of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 2 Jackson j 
Place, Washington, D. C. A large number of libraries are depositaries for all of the publications of the Endow- 
ment. 

PART I 
BIBLIOGRAPHY 2. 

1. NijhoiTF, Martinus, comp. Selected list of books on 



public international law. The Hague, Niihoff, 

[1913]. 66, 6 pp. 

"This catalogue. . .does not constitute a bibliog- 
ography of the subject but gives a list of the 
principal works published in old and recent times 
which should form the basis of an international- 
law library." Note by compiler. 



Olivart, Ramon de Dalmau y de Olivart, marquis de. 
Bibliographic du droit international, catalogue] 
d'une biblioth^que de droit international et sciences] 
auxiliaires. 2 ed., rev., et mise a jour. Augm. dej 
quatre tables (auteurs, anonimes, matieres etj 
etats). Paris, A. Pedone, 1905-1910. 1278 pp.' 
This is the most comprehensive bibliography] 
of international law. The material is arranged] 
under four main divisions: public international} 



Jan.-April, 1921 



Select List on Public International Law 



65 



I 



law, collections and reviews of international 
law, private and penal international law, and a 
division devoted to miscellaneous works of a 
legal and non-legal character. Indexes are given 
of authors, titles, subjects, and countries. 

3. U. S. Library of Congress. Division of bibliography. 

List of references on international arbitration, 
comp. under the direction of A. P. C. Griffin. 
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1908. 151 pp. 
"The purpose of this list is to exhibit material 
dealing with international arbitration, and, 
further, particularly to show that on the con- 
ferences at the Hague. The question of the 
limitation of armaments and that of the collec- 
tion of foreign debts having had special promi- 
nence at the Hague Conference of 1907, material 
dealing with these two topids is likewise given 
under separate heads. In addition there are 
listed references to discussions on the French 
occupation of Mexico, the Venezuela case, and 
the Santo Domingo question." Prefatory Note 
by A. P. C. Griffin. 

4. U. S. Library of Congress. Division of bibliography. 

List of references on recognition in international 
law and practice, comp. under the direction of 
A. P. C. Griffin. Washington, Govt, print, off., 
1904. 18 pp. 

"This list comprises references to treatises on 
international law in which the theory and prac- 
tice of recognition are discussed, to treatises on 
diplomatic history, and to essays on specific 
cases of recognition." Introduction, by A. P. 
C. Griffin. 

5. U. S. Library of Congress. Division of bibliography. 

List of references on the treaty-making power, 
comp. under the direction of H. H. B. Meyer. 
Washington, Govt, print, off., 1920. 219 pp. 
"The list here presented . . . begins with general 
discussions on treaty making as found largely 
in treatises of international law, followed by 
discussions of the practice in other countries. 
Then the United States is taken up and here the 
grouping is largely historical. First general 
discussions, then treaty making under the Con- 
federation, discussions attending its disposition 
in the constitutional convention, and constitu- 
tional treatises, lastly a group of discussions of 
special treaties arranged chronologically from 
the beginning down to recent date." Prefatory 
Note, by H. H. B. Meyer. 
U. S. Library of Congress. Law library. 

The bibliography of international law and conti- 
nental law, by Edwin M. Borchard. Washington, 
Govt, print, off., 1913. 93 pp. 

"The body of the work bears evidence of 
painstaking industry and discriminating judg- 
ment. The information compiled is increased 
in value by the form of presentation. It is not 
an annotated list of titles, but a critical text 
with references to footnotes giving author, title, 
publisher, and place and date of publication 
for each book. . . . The section relating to inter- 
national law, public and private, fills sixteen 
pages, and includes general bibliographies, 
selected and subject lists, bibliographical period- 
icals, and concludes with the literature of the 
peace movement." Review, by F. C. Hicks, 
A. J. I. L., V. 9: 572-3, 1915. 
GENERAL 
7. Baty, Thomas. International law. N. Y., Long- 
mans; London, J. Murray, 1909. 364 pp. 

Contents: Arbitration; Penetration; Illustra- 
tion; Territorialism; Stratification; Federation; 
The Association-State. 

The author in the Preface states: "Since the 
Hague Conference of 1907 it has become in- 
creasingly evident that the nineteenth-century 
conceptions of international law must be re- 
vised. Independence is rivalled by interde- 
pendence. The process of change will need 



every care in adjustment if it is not to occasion 
bitterness. This small book is meant to con- 
tribute towards that end by elucidating the 
true extent to which interdependence has really 
established itself. It is meant further to indi- 
cate tentatively the lines on which change is 
proceeding." 

8. Bluntschli, Johann Kaspar. Das moderne vOlker- 

recht der civilisirten staten als rechtsbuch darge- 
stellt. 3. mit rticksicht auf die neueren ereignisse 
bis 1877 erganzte aufi, Ndrdlingen, C. H. Beck, 
1878. 541 pp. 

Some of the topics discussed are the meaning, 
scope, and progress of international law, the 
character and sovereignty of states, treaties, 
reparation, rights of war, and rights of neutrals. 
This is one of the standard treatises on inter- 
national law. 

9. Bonfils, Henry. Manuel de droit international 

public. 7 6d. Paris, A. Rousseau, 1914. 1209 

pp. 

This is one of the best treatises on internation- 
al law. It deals in detail with the subjects of 
states, rights, peaceful relations between states, 
international disputes and their solutions, the 
right of action — war. Many of the chapters are 
preceded by excellent bibliographies. 

10. Bordwell, Percy. The law of war between belliger- 

ents. Chicago, Callaghan & Co., 1908. 374 pp. 
"This work. . .is a history of war practice and 
of the development of a well-recognized body of 
law regulating it. It attempts to show how 
changes have come about in war practice and to 
show the historical position of the great Con- 
gresses and Conferences such as those of Paris, 
Geneva, and The Hague. Part II is intended to 
be a thorough commentary on war practice 
between belligerents. Particular emphasis is 
laid on the military as distinguished from the 
civil side of the laws of war." Preface. 

11. Davis, George B. The elements of international 

law. 4th ed. N. Y., Harper, [cl916]. 668 pp. 
The first edition of this work appeared in 1887; 
the second, in 1903; the third, in 1908; the fourth 
in 1916. Both the third and fourth editions 
have been criticized because they were not 
adequately brought up-to-date. 

"General Davis's book has especial impor- 
tance as it is the text in international law used 
at the United States Military Academy at West 
Point. ... It is a limited handbook, quite 
elementary in its treatment, very general and 
miscellaneous in many of its citations, and 'was 
originally intended' for 'undergraduate students 
of American colleges and law schools.' It for- 
mulates the rules of law somewhat more posi- 
tively perhaps, than the more ample and 
advanced works." Review, by C. N. Gregory, 
A. J. I. L., V. 3: 250-^3, 1909. 

12. Fiore, Pasquale. International law codified and its 

legal sanction; or. The legal organization of the 
society of states, trans, from the 5th Italian ed., 
with an introduction by Edwin M. Borchard. 
N. Y., Baker, Voorhis & Co.. 1918. 750 pp. 

"The book does not purport to be a code of 
existing international law, but rather a system- 
atic body of rules evolved by the author out of 
his accurate knowledge of positive law and of 
the defects of the prevailing system and sub- 
mitted for adoption to the nations of the world 
for the better legal regulation of their mutual 
interests and relations." Preface, by E. M. 
Borchard. 

13. Gareis, Karl. Institutionen des volkerrechts; ein 

kurzgefasstes lehrbuch des positiven volkerrechts 
in seiner geschichtlichen entwicklung und heutigen 
gestaltung. 2. aufi., neudurchgearbeitet. Giessen, 
E. Roth, 1901. 319 pp. 

Among the topics discussed are the sovereign- 
ty of states, the relation of the head of a state 



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to international law, the rights and duties of 
diplomatic representatives, types of interna- 
tional administration, treaties, neutrality, the 
waging and termination of war. 

14. Hall, William Edward. A treatise on international 

law, ed. by A. Pearce Higgins. 7th ed. Oxford 
The Clarendon Press; London, N. Y., Milford, 
1917. 864 pp. 

"The last two editions of this work were 
undertaken by the late Mr. J. B. Atlay, who had 
assisted Mr. Hall in the preparation of the 
fourth edition, the last which was prepared for 
the press by the author. . . . With regard to the 
method on which I have proceeded in preparing 
this edition, I may note that I have restored the 
numbering of the sections as they appeared in 
the fourth edition. Mr. Hall's text has been 
left unaltered except in regard to the Geneva 
Conventions, where I have substituted the 
modern for the older conventions. ... In the 
chapters which deal with questions of prize law 
and naval warfare, an endeavour has been 
made to incorporate the most important de- 
cisions of the British prize courts, and in regard 
to other matters, such as enemy character and 
the position of alien enemies in British courts, a 
similar attempt has been made to include the 
most important decisions of the British courts. 
New matter relating to international water-ways 
air-sovereignty, and wireless telegraphy has 
also been added, as well as a statement of all the 
cases decided by The Hague Arbitration Tri- 
bunal." Preface, by A. P. Higgins. 

15. Halleck, Henry Wager. Halleck's international 

law or rules regulating the intercourse of states in 
peace and war. 4th ed., thoroughly revised and 
in many parts rewritten by Sir G. Sherston Baker, 
assisted by Maurice N. Drucquer. London, Paul, 
Trench, Triibner & Co., 1908. 2v. 

The oiginal work of General Halleck was 
particularly valued because of the detailed treat- 
ment it gave of the laws of war and the experi- 
ence of the author in that field. The book gives 
a very full statement regarding naval salutes 
and etiquette,* and a valuable dscription of 
consular courts in the east and of the mixed 
courts of Egypt. ' 

16. Hershey, Amos Shartle. The essentials of inter- 

national public law. N. Y., Macmillan, 1912. 

558 pp. V 

"This work. . .aims to furnish the teacher 
and student with an up-to-date text adapted to 
the needs of the classroom, and also to present 
the specialist as well as the general public with a 
scientific treatise on the subject. ... In the 
main, the work is based upon modern or con- 
temporary, as distinguished from the older, 
sources and authorities. A special attempt 
has been made to review the more important 
of the many recent contributions to international 
law contained in monographs and periodicals — 
Continental as well as Anglo-American. In the 
parts dealing with the law of war and neutrality, 
the illustrations are drawn largely from recent 
wars." Preface. 

"The work we are reviewing shows in every 
page . . . the most thorough scholarship and the 
widest research. The author's equipment is 
admirable and his care and industry obvious. 
Perhaps the most striking and interesting chap- 
ters are those devoted to a general view of the 
history and development of international law 
and the contributions of different periods and 
nations thereto." Review, by C. N. Gregory, 
A. J. I. L., V. 9: 272-6, 1915. 

17. Lawrence, Thomas Joseph. Documents illustrative 

of international law. Boston, Heath, [cl914]. 
351 pp. 



"The book. . At divided into four parts. The 
first deals with the nature, origin, and develop- 
ment of international law, the second with 
questions arising out of the peaceful relations 
of states, the third with belligerents, and the 
fourth with neutrality. . . . The student reads 
in his text-books that certain authors who 
wrote some three centuries ago made such a 
deep impression on the collective mind of Wes- 
tern Europe that the principles most of them 
advocated became the foundations of a science 
of international relations unlike anything that 
had gone before it. ... I have given him extracts 
from some of the most distinguished of these 
writers. . . . He also reads that in modern times 
states have begun to settle for themselves by 
common agreement what they will obey in many 
departments of their mutual intercourse. I 
have placed before him all the great law-making 
documents in which these agreements are 
recorded. Further, he learns that in the inter- 
val between the great jurists who watched over 
and controlled the infancy of international law, 
and the great conferences which have moulded 
its newest activities, treaties, judgments of 
prize-courts and arbitral tribunals, state-papers 
of all kinds . . . influenced its development. , . . 
I have given him specimens of all these to study." 
Preface. 

18. Lawrence, Thomas Joseph. The principles of inter- 

national law. 6th ed. Boston, Heath, [1915]. 

745 pp. 

The latest edition of one of the standard 
texts on international law by one of the leading 
modern writers. 

"It would be superfluous to speak of the 
literary style of Dr. Lawrence, of his analyses of 
subjects and logical deductions, of his lucidity of 
expression and attractive mode of presentation. 
The favor with which his earlier treatise was 
received bears witness to their excellence. The 
first edition of The Principles of International 
Law placed him in the foremost rank of writers 
upon international law." Review of the Fourth 
Edition, by Robert Lansing, A. J. I. L., v. 5: 
1113-18. 1911. 

19. Moore, John Bassett. A digest of international 

law. Washington, Govt, print, off., 1906. 8 v. 

"The reviewer has . . . examined carefully 
every volume and at times this examination has 
been pushed . . . into minute details, with the 
invariable result that in no single instance has, 
an inaccuracy of statement been discovered,] 
although a few trifling misprints have occasion- 
ally met the eye. The literature on the sub-j 
ject has constantly been given by Professor] 
Moore; the foreign relations, the opinions ofj 
attor neys- general ; the decisions of courts; the] 
opinions of secretaries of state and of American 
and foreign publicists, and the views of learned] 
societies of international law have been found] 
in their appropriate places. The impression] 
borne in upon the reviewer, and which he means 
to convey, is that this monumental work of Pre 
fessor Moore makes a reference to the volumes 
of Foreign Relations and to the sources quoted! 
unnecessary in the vast majority of cases. The] 
work is in the severest sense of the word a digest] 
and treatise, and it is as accurate as it is full and] 
detailed. It is a godsend to the man of afifairs] 
and it is a sure and safe guide to the student ofj 
international law." Review, by J. B. Scott, 
A. J. I. L., V. 1 : 254-7, 1907. 

In 1886 Francis Wharton published his 
"Digest of the international law of the Unitedl 
States." In 1887 a second edition was issued.! 
Professor Moore's Digest is a revision of this] 
second edition, bringing it up-to-date, and com- 
pleting it. 



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20. Nys, Ernest. Le droit international. Brussels, M. 
Weissenbruch, 1912. 3 v. 

An interesting discussion of international law 
by one of the foremost publicists of our time, 
a member of the Permanent Court of Arbitra- 
tion. In addition to detailed material on the 



[To be continued] 



history of international law, diplomatic and 
consular duties, laws and customs of war, inter- 
national congresses, etc., the book contains 
chapters on the idea of the State, the theory 
of nationality, and the classification of States. 



PRINCIPAL CONTENTS OF THE LIBRARY PRESS, 
NOVEMBER, 1920 — MARCH, 1921 

A glance at the titles of the principal articles appearing in the library periodicals from month to month 
will help the busy librarian to keep in touch with library progress. 

In some cases we elaborate the title slightly, to give a better understanding of the subject covered by the 

^^^^^^- AMERICAN 



American Library Association, Bulletin, July, 1920 

Hadley, C. The American library association and the 

library worker. 
Patrick, Martha. The library assistant and the library 

board. 
Schoble, F. Notes from library work for the blind. 
Hicks, F: C. The modern Medusa. [Indexes to legal 

periodicals.] 
Herrman, Jennie. County libraries and their catalog 

problems. 
^Miller, Zana K. Tradition versus common sense in the 

day's work. 
[McCullough, Ethel F. Pamphlets and clippings. 
IWiggington, May W. Short cuts. 

[Woodford, Jessie M. A venture in document publicity. 
tTisdel, A. P. Library service. 

^Guerrier, Edith. The library information service. 
\ndrus, Gertrude. Buying books for a children's de- 
partment. 
.,awton, Dorothy G. The library's responsibility to- 
wards national music. 
[Meyer, Amy. Development and use of a circulating 

music collection. 
[True, R. H. Beginnings of agricultural literature in 

America. 
[Ridington, J: New needs and new responsibilities. 
[Richards, Mrs. Clarice E. Indian legends of Colorado. 
iRaine, W: MacL. The formula of the western novel. 
Leports of officers and committees of A. L. A. 
Lmerican Library Association Bulletin, Nov. 1920 
*rogram of winter meetings, Chicago, December, 1920. 
lerican Library Association Bulletin, Jan. 1921 
'The next conference, Swampscott, Mass. 
Mid-winter meetings. Reports. 

Library Journal, November 1, 1920 
Daniels, J: Americanization by indirection. 
Wheeler, J. L. The litft-ary situation in Ohio. 
Downey, Mary E. Relation of the public schools to 

the various library agencies. 
Thompson, Laura A. The Kansas court of industrial 

relations. [Reference list.] 
Tyler, Alice S. Tolerance and co-operation. 

Library Journal, November 16, 1920 
Bostwick, A. E. Two kinds of books. 
Lacy, Mary G. Agencies working for agriculture. 
Schinz, A. French newspapers and periodicals. 
Winslow, Amy. Reading list for prospective librarians. 

The Library Journal, December 1, 1920 
Hooker, D. A. Recent scientific and technical books. 
An army library school. [Camp Grant, 111.] 

The Library Journal, December 15, 1920 
Sawyer, A. L. The model library of the future. 
What to read on social hygiene (list). 
Morgan, Joy E. Standard library organization. 
Shannon, Monica. Effective exhibit making. 
Hamilton, W: J. County book wagon expenses. 
Internationational Institute of Bibliography, Fifth 
Conference. 



The Library Journal, January 1, 1921 

Mudge, Isadore G. Reference books of 1919-1920. 

German discrimination abates. 

Thrift. References prepared in anticipation of thrift 

week. 
Memorial tree at the Library of Congress. 
The launching of S.S. A.L. A. 

The Library Journal, January 15, 1921 

Sanborn, H: N. The field and functions of a national 

professional organization. 
Wisconsin certification plan. 
Consolidation of railroads, list of references to material 

discussing plans for. 
Rankin, Rebecca B. Special libraries in New York city 

(list). 
Morgan, Joy E. The nation and the schools. (Review 

of book by J: A. H. Keith and W: C. Bagley. 

The Library Journal, February 1, 1921 

Ranck, S: H., and Wildermuth, Ora L. Sources and 
responsibilities for public library revenues. 

Books by twentieth century American poets (selected 
list). 

Literature relating to college and university libraries. 
1917-1920. Summary. 

Denver's new libraries. 

Library beginnings in the Virgin Islands. 

The Library Journal, February 15, 1921 

Hanson, J. C. M. Library of Congress classification for 
college libraries. 

Hirth, Madelene B. Social problems of a library staff. 

Leavitt, Maria V. New York public library co-oper- 
ative store. 

Libraries of Philadelphia and its environs (list). 

Ross, C. A. Best books on advertising (selected list) . 

The Library Journal, March 1, 1921 

Mason, Anna P. A library play contest. 

O'Connor, Rose A. The Sioux City library hospital 

service. 
Popular names of Statutes (list) (to be continued). 
Gifts and bequests to American libraries, 1920. 

Public Libraries, November, 1920 

Bement, C. E. Relation of the trustee to the library. 
Guerrier, Edith. The social side of the library. 
Rice, Frances V., and Rice. Wallace. Towards the 

teaching of civic responsibility in and by libraries. 
Lydenberg, H. M. Right arrangement of war material. 
Army summer course for soldier librarians held at Camp 

Grant, 111. 

Public Libraries, December, 1920 

Faguet, E. The art of reading. 
Bagley, Helen A. After the war, what? 
Certification, standardization, library training and 
salaries. 



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Public Libraries, January, 1921 

Van Sant, Clara. Planning a county library campaign. 
Stingly, Grace. The county library survey. 
Long, Harriet C. Library extension thru county lib- 
raries. 
Ronan, Elizabeth C, Instituting a county library. 
Guerrier, Edith. A new service in the Boston public 

library. [Information office, Government news room, 

and open-shelf room.] 

Public Libraries, February, 1921 
Kerr, W. H. A working philosophy for librarians. 
Weitenkampf, F. Engraved ornament; its character 

and extent. 
With the League of Nations. 

Public Libraries, March, 1921 
Converse, M. Louise. Professional reading for librarians. 
Newberry, Marie A. Profit in reading for pleasure (to 

be concluded). 
Baker, Charlotte A. Why should I belong to the Ameri- 
can library association? 
Pollard, Annie A. I make a bid. (Recruiting for 

library service.) 

Special Libraries, November, 1920 
Bowerman, G: F. The business man and the public 

library. 
Bostwick, A. E. Business service in St. Louis. 
Newark (N. J.) business branch library. 
Cleland, Ethel. Indianapolis business branch. 
Carlton, W. N. C. American library in Paris. 
Special Libraries, December, 1920 
Eason, A. B. Co-ordination in libraries and abstracts. 
Business library training at Riverside, Cal. 
Day, Mary B. Five safety libraries. 
News Notes of California Libraries, October, 1920 
California libraries : Annual statistics. 
The Occasional Leaflet, Colorado Library Associa- 
tion, January, 1921 
Robinson, Julia A. A few "dos" and "don'ts" in book 

selection. 

Illinois Libraries, January, 1921 
Errett, Mrs. A. W., Jr. Getting the board of directors 

to work. 
Faguet, E. The art of reading (summarized). 
Bowman, K. Irene. Helping children overcome bad 

reading habits. 
Library Occurrent, Public Library Commission of 

Indiana, January, 1921 
Indiana library trustees' association and Indiana library 

association — joint session. 
Stingly, Grace. The county library survey. 
Dunn, J. P. Early Indiana writers. 
Kerr, Grace. Problems of buying in the open market. 
Library extravaganza (text) . Presented by Indianapolis 

librarians, November, 1920. 
Winslow, Amy. Reading list for prospective libraries 

(list). 
Turner, Harriet. The Switzerland county library at 

Vevay. 
The year's library problems in Indiana at large. 
Iowa Library Quarterly, October-November-Dec- 
ember, 1920 
Wood, Harriet A. Librarians as educators. 
Armstrong, lone. Instruction in the use of the library. 

Maine Library Bulletin, January, 1921 
Living Maine authors. 

Legislative reference [in Maine State library]. 
Standardization in library work. 

Massachusetts Library Club Bulletin, October, 
1920 — January, 1921 

Worcester meeting, October 21-22, 1920. 

Michigan Library Bulletin, September-October, 
1920 

Hooker, D. A. Recent scientific and technical books. 
Sawyer, A. L. The model library of the future. 
Bement, C. E. Responsibilities of a library trustee. 
Jewell, Agnes. Ideal trustee from the librarian's point 
of view. 



Michigan Library Bulletin, November-December, 
1920 

Kalamazoo public library, Extension work. 

Melcher, F. G. List of books suitable for introducing 

boys and girls to world problems. 
Minnesota Department of Education, Library 

Notes and News, December, 1920 
Wood, Harriet A. Library course of study for element- 
ary schools. 
McGregor, Delia. Care of the book. 
New Hampshire Public Libraries, December, 1920 
Duplication of and waste in library service. 
First summer school for library workers, Durham, N. H., 

August, 1920. 
New Hampshire Public Libraries, March, 1921 
Vacation reading courses. 
Mahoney, Bertha E. Some of the best new books for 

young people (list). 

New Jersey Library Bulletin, November, 1920 
County libraries. 
Fiction and library support. 

New York Libraries, November, 1920 
Decline in library morale. 
Standardization of library service. 
Williamson, C. C. Standardization and certification. 
Use of State library and traveling libraries. 
Books and a vocation. 

Library week at Lake Placid Club, September 20-25, 1920. 
Advantages of library registration by regents. 
Why the village needs a public library in addition to the 

school library. 
North Carolina Library Bulletin, December, 1920 
London, H. M. Legislative reference library. 
One hundred books of popular non-fiction for small 

libraries (list). 
Ontario Library Review, November, 1920 
Edgar, P. Select bibliography of contemporary English 

poetry. 
Ferguson, Dorothy. Successful congress in the interest 

of boys and girls. 
The six library institutes of 1920. 

Pennsylvania Library Notes, October, 1920 
Ways for the library to reach out. 
Pentz, W: C. Library campaign in Dubois. 
Williamsport voters approve a special library tax. 
South Dakota Library Bulletin, December, 1920 
Richardson, Mabel K. A plea for county libraries. 
Hamilton, W. J. The county library. 
Vermont Free Public Library Commission, Bulletin, 

December, 1920 
Elizabeth C. Hills. Obituary. 
County agents and the library. 
Chamberlin, Edith J. A new plan for high school 

readings. 
Vermont Free Public Library Commission, Bulletin, 

March, 1921 
Richards, Mrs. Helen M. Traveling library notes. 
Smith, Mrs. W. P. Aid in maintenance requirements. 
Chamberlin, Edith J. An unusual book exhibit. 
What a public library does for a community. 

Wisconsin Library Bulletin, November, 1920 
Wisconsin library association meeting: October 11-13, 

1920. 
Leete, J: H. Dollars and ideals. 
Davis, Mrs. Winifred L. The spirit of the convention. 

[Wis. Library Association.] 
County libraries. 
Lester, C. B. Wisconsin librarians' salaries. 

Wisconsin Library Bulletin, December, 1920 
Turvill, Helen. Keeping up the library's book supply. 
Welles, Jessie. We buy more rent books. 
Cochran, Helen R. Book repairing. 

Wisconsin Library Bulletin, January, 1921 
Mould, Mary E. Supplying books by parcel post. 
Long, Harriet C. How seven Wisconsin libraries are 

supplementing their own resources. 
Hints for librarians on the use of traveling library de- 
partment. 



fan.-April, 1921 



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PRINCIPAL CONTENTS OF ENGLISH LIBRARY PERIODICALS 



Library Association Record, November, 1920 

Jtephen, G. A. Norfolk bibliography. 

Library Association Record, December, 1920 

[Pacy, F. Possible mutual arrangements between 
Borough libraries and special libraries. 

Library Association Record, January, 1921 

»man, Sir C: The imperial war library, 
^o-operative work between public library and education 
committees. 

The Library, Jime, 1920 

sharp, R. F. Travesties of Shakespeare's plays. 

lourdillon, F. W. Notes on two early romances — 
"Huron de Bordeaux" and "Melusine." 
kinship, G. P. Bibliographical work in the United 
States. 

The Library, September, 1920 

[adan, F. The Daniel press at Frome and Oxford, 
'homas, H. The output of Spanish books in the 16th 

century. 

)e Ricci, S. Colard Mansion, first printer of Bruges. 
Crawford, R. A portrait of Alexander Pope (illus.). 
'iper, C. Early printers and booksellers of Winchester. 
*ollard, A. W. Rare English books in England and 

America. 

The Library, December, 1920 

[adan, F. Some experiences of a bibliographer (auto- 
biographical) . 

Fordham, H. G. Note of early French atlases, 1594- 
1637, in the British Museum. 

Greg, W. W. The first edition of Ben Jonson's "Every 
man out of his Humour." 

Pollard, A. W. Gen. Rush C. Hawkins. 

The Library World, August- September, 1920 

The Library association. Old and new councillors. 

List with biographical notes. 
The H. W. Wilson Co. A co-operative bibliographical 

publication agency, 
ruide to Norwich (with illustrations). 

The Library World, October, 1920 

'he Library association conference, Norwich, Septem- 
ber, 1920 (with illustrations). 
Iross, H. The library made attractive. 



The Library World, November, 1920 
Carnegie Trust rural library conference, November 2-3, 

1920. 
Wright, R. Principles of rural library economy. 
Smith, R. Classification for rural libraries. 

The Library World, December, 1920 

Michell, J. M. The Borough librarian's criticisms. 

The Library World, January, 1921 
Macleod, R. D. County rural libraries: Their origin 

and policy (cont.). 
Hulme, E. W. Rural libraries and loan collections. 
Wood, D. T. B. A method of filing cards vertically 

in a circular rotating carrier (with diagram). 

The Librarian and Book World, November, 1920 

Reed, Margaret. (The library movement.] The past, 

the present, and the future. The past. 
Ross, J. A select bibliography of the art of printing to 

1640 (cont.) 
The New Novel club. 

The Librarian and Book World, December, 1920 

The international bibliography of the war. 

Ross, J. A select bibliography of the art of printing 

to 1640 (cont.). 
The burning of Cork library. 
[The library movement.] The past, the present, and the 

future. The present. 

The Librarian and Book World, January, 1921 

Extensions and new buildings. 

Ross, J. A select bibliography of the art of printing to 
1640 (cont.). 

The Librarian and Book World, February, 1921 

Strikes. 

Catching up the past with the future (to be continued). 
Ross, J. A select bibliography of the art of printing 
to 1640 (cont.). 

The Library Assistant, December, 1920 

The rural library conference. 

The Library Assistant, January, 1921 

Jones, G. P. The cinema, the school, and the public 
library. 

The Library Assistant, February, 1921 

Fry, W. G: Presidential address. 

The Library Assistant, March, 1921 
Sandry, F. E. The influence of the Public libraries act, 
1919. 



BIRTHS AND DEATHS 

RECORD OF NEW TITLES, CHANGED TITLES, AND DEATHS IN THE 

PERIODICAL WORLD 

[To be continued] 



I. New Periodicals 

[dministration. 20 Vesey St., New York, N. Y. mo., 

8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1921. 50c., $5.00. 
[gricultural Lime News Bulletin. Washington, D. C. 

mo., vol. 1, no. 1, Ap. 1920. 
[laddin Co-operator. Bay City, Mich, w., 4to, vol. 1, 

no. 1, My. 29, 1920. 
imerican Meteorological Society. Bulletin. Easton, Pa. 

mo., 8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1920. 
imerican Organ Monthly. 26 West St., Boston, Mass. 

mo., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, Mr. 1920. $4.00. 
imerican Organist, The. World Bldg., New York, N. Y. 

mo., 8vo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1918. $2.00. 



American Service Supplement. Washington, D. C. mo., 

4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Jl. 1920. Supplement to The 

Park International. 
American Service Supplement. Washington, D. C. mo., 

4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Jl. 1920. Supplement to The 

Park International. 
American Theater. New York, N. Y. mo., 4to, il., 

vol. 1, no. 1, S. 1920. $2.50. 
American Theological Review. Columbia University 

Press, New York, N. Y. 4 nos. a year, Svo, vol. 1, 

no. 1, My. 1918. 
Anglo-French Review, The. London and New York. 

mo., 8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, F. 1919. 



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Archiv fur Bienenkunde. Leipzig. vol. 1, no. 1, 
1919. 

Archives of Surgery. 535 No. Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. 

bi-mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, S. 1920. $5.00. 
Army Ordnance. Washington, D. C. bi-mo., 4to, vol. 1, 

no. 1, Jl.-Ag. 1920. $3.00. 
Belgian Bulletin. Washington, D. C. w., 4to, vol. 1, 

no. 1, Je. 8, 1918. 
Botanical Abstracts. Baltimore, Md. mo., 8vo, vol. 1, 

no. 1, S. 1918. 
Brazil. Minister io das Relacoes Exterior es. Bulletin. 

mo., 4to, no. 1, Jl. 1919. 
Chester White Post, The. Minneapolis, Minn, mo., 4to, 

vol. 1, no. 1, O. 1920. 50c. 
Childrens' Hour, The. New York, N. Y. mo., 16mo, 

il., vol. 1, no. 1, Jl. 1920. 
Commercial Trucking World. New York, N. Y. w., 

4to, il.. vol. 1, no. 1, My. 29, 1920. $3.00. 
Danish Foreign Office Journal. Copenhagen, mo., fol., 

vol. 1. no. 1., N. 1920. 
Dayton Auto Owner. Dayton, O. 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, 

Jl. 1920. $1.00. 
Dough. Chicago, 111. mo., 8vo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Je. 

1920. 
Drugdom. Chicago, 111. mo., 24mo, vol. 1, no. 1, Je. 

1920. $2.00. 
Eighth Art, The. Boston, Mass. quar., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, 

S. 1920. $1.00. 
Elegencias. Habana. mo., vol. 1, no. 1, F. 1921. 
Engineering and Industrial Management. London, w., 

4to, il., n. s. vol. 1, no. 1, F. 14, 1919. Successor to 

Cassier's Engineering Monthly. 
Executive, The. New York, N. Y. mo., Svo, vol. 1, no. 1, 

Ap. 1920. 50c. 
Financial Advertising. Tacoma, Wash, mo., 4to, il., 

vol. 1, no. 1, Ag. 1920. $10.00. 
France. Minist^re de l' Instruction puhlique et des Beaux 

Arts. Direction des Recherches. Bulletin Officiel. 

Paris, mo., Svo, vol. 1, no. 1, N. 1919. 20 frcs. 
Grain Reporter. Kansas City, Mo. d., ob. 4to, vol. 1, 

no. 1, D. 4, 1916. Successor to Daily Market Letter. 
Here and There. Camp Meade, Md. w., fol., il., vol. 1, 

no. 1, Ap. 10, 1919. 
Illinois. Department of Public Welfare. Division of the 

Criminologist. Bulletin. Chicago, 111. mo., vol. 1, 

no. 1, N. 1919. gratis. (Typewritten.) 
Income Tax Bulletin. St. Louis, Mo. mo., 4to, vol. 1, 

no. 1, Jl. 1920. 
Independent Hindustan, The. 5 Wood St., San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. mo., vol. 1, no. 1, S. 1920. $2.00. 
Instituts Solvay. Institute de Sociology. Revue. Brussels. 

bi-mo., vol. 1, no. 1, Jl. 1920. 
Internacia Komerca Revuo. Zurich, mo., Svo, vol. 1, 

no. 3-4, Ja. 1920. 
Japan Society for Preserving Landscapes and Historic 

and Natural Monuments. Bulletin. Tokyo, Japan. 

mo., fol., vol.1, no. 1, S. 1914. 
Journal of Religion, The. Chicago, quar., Svo, vol. 1, 

no. 1, Ja. 1921. $3.00. Successor to The American 

Journal of Theology and The Biblical World. 
Junior Tribune. Great Neck, L. I. Svo, vol. 1, no. 1, 

Ap. 1920. 10c. no. 
League of Nations. Official Journal. London. Svo, 

vol. 1, no. 1, Ap.-May, 1920. 
Leather Workers' Journal. Kansas City, Mo. mo., Svo, 

vol. 1, no. 1, O. 1917. 
Light. Milwaukee, Wis. mo., Svo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, 

Ag. 1920. 
Little, Arthur D., Inc. Bibliographic Series. Boston, 

Mass. mo., Svo, no. 1, N. 1919. 
M-U-M. (Magic-Unity-Might.) New York, N. Y. 

mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, O. 1911. 
Meridional Shipping Weekly Index. New Orleans, La. 

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Mexico, Financial and Commercial. New York, N. Y. 

semi-mo., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, O. 1, 1920. $2.50. 
Minnesota Sportsman. Minneapolis, Minn, fol., vol. 1, 

no. 1, Ja. 1918. Successor to North Woods. 
Money Talks. Atlanta, Ga. mo., 16mo, vol. 1, no. 1, 

Mr. 1920. 



Munka. Detroit, Mich, mo,, 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, 

N. 1919. $L00. 
Negro Welfare. Kirkwood, Mo. quar., Svo, vol. 1, 

no. 1, Ja. 1920. 
Nevada Topics and Advertiser. Reno, Nev. w., 4to, il., 

vol. 1, no. 1, F. 6, 1920. 
New Commonwealth, The. Toledo, O. n. s. vol. 1, no. 1, 

Ja. 1920. Successor to The Christian Commonwealth. 
New York. Department of Farms and Markets. Foods 

and Markets. Albany, N. Y. mo,, vol. 1, no. 1, 

S. 1918. 
Northwest Mining Truth. Spokane, Wash, semi-mo., 

4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, F. 15, 1916. 
Now/ lOS S. LaSalle St., Chicago, 111. vol. 1, no. 1, 

Ag. 1919. $1.00. 
Now. Philadelphia, Pa. mo.,4to, vol. 1, no. 1, Ag. 1919. 

$5.00. 
Optimist, The. Artesia, Cal. mo., 16mo, vol. 1, no. 1, 

Ap. 1919. $1.00, 
Our Homes and Gardens. London, mo., 4to, vol. 1, 

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no. 1, Jl. 1920. lOc, $1.00. 
Petroleum Age. New York, N. Y, mo,, 4to, il,, vol. 1, 

no. 1, Ja. 1914. 
Physiological Reviews. Baltimore, Md. quar., Svo, vol. 

1, no. 1, Ja, 1921, $2,50, $6,00, 
Produce Packer. Kansas City, Mo, w., vol. 1, no. 1, 

O. 1, 1920. 
Real Americans' Magazine, The. Philadelphia, Pa, 

mo., 12mo, il„ vol, 1, no, 1, F, 1918. 
Revista de Agricultura. San Paulo, Brazil, mo., 4to, il., 

vol. 1, no. 1, F. 1920. 
Revista Ganadera. Buenos Aires, semi-mo., vol. 1, no. 1, 

My. 15, 1920. 
Revue de Giologie et des Sciences Connexes. Liege, mo,. 

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Road to Success. New York, N. Y. irreg., 4to, vol. 1, 

no. 1, Mr. 1919, 
Roumania. Ministerul Agriculturii si Domenilor. Direc- 

tiunea Agriculturii si Viticulturii. Buletinul Agri- 
culturii. Bucurest, vol. 1, no. 1-3, Ja.-Mr. 1920. 
Roycroft, The. E. Aurora, N. Y. mo., Svo, il., vol. 1, 

no. 1, S. 1917. Successor to The Era. 
Rural Messenger. Tuskegee Normal and Industrial 

Institute, Tuskegee, Ala. semi-mo., vol. 1, no. 2, 

Mr. 26, 1920, 
Sdchsisches Gdrtnerblatt. Dresden, mo., vol, 1, no, 1, 

Ja. 15, 1920. 
Safeguarding Industry. New York, N. Y. mo., Svo, 

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Sanitary Control. 31 Union Sq., New York, N. Y. mo., 

vol, 1, no, 1, Ag, 1919. 
Screenland Magazine. Los Angeles, Cal. mo., 4to, il., 

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Sheep and Goat Raisers' Magazine. . San Angelo, Tex. 

mo., 4to, vol. 1, no. 2, S. 1920. 
Silver Chev', The. Camp Grant, III. semi-mo., 4to, il., 

vol, 1, no, 1, Ap. 1, 1919. 
South Africa. Department of Agriculture. Journal. 

Pretoria. mo„ Svo, il., vol, 1, no, 1, Ap, 1920, 
South Africa. Office of Census and Statistics. Quarterly 

Abstract of Union Statistics. Johannesburg, quar,, 

no. 1, Ja. 1920. 
Southern Slav Bulletin, The. London, irreg,, fol,, no,, 

O. 9, 1915. Private circulation. 
Soviet Russia. New York, N, Y. 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, 

Je. 7, 1919. 
Standard Rate and Data Quarterly. Detroit, Mich. 

quar., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, Jl. 1919, 
Star Service Bureau Directory. San Francisco, Cal, 4to, 

vol, 1, no. 1, D, 1919. 
Stars and Stripes. A. E. F., Paris. w„ fol,, il., vol. 1, 

no. 1, F. 8, 1918. 
Tavern Topics. New York, N. Y. mo., Svo, il., vol. 1, 

no. 1, Ja, 1920, 
Tenant, The. New York, N, Y. w., fol., il., vol. 1, no. 1, 

Ag. 2, 1919. $1.00. 
Texas Mineral Resources. Austin, Tex. mo., 4to, vol. 1, 

no. 1, N. 1916. 



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Trappers' Guide and Monthly News. Oneida, N. Y. 

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Triad. Seattle. Wash. w.. 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, Ag. 28, 

1920. $5.00. 
Tropical Agriculture. Santa Cruz, Manila, mo., 4to, 

vol. 1, no. 1, Ag. 1920. P 2.50 in U. S. 
Tropical Farmer, McAllen, Tex. mo., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, 

My. 1920. $2.00. 
Trucks. Des Moines, la. mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, 

Ag. 1920. $3.00. 
Unity. Indianapolis, Ind. fort., fol., vol. 1, no. 1, 

D. 9, 1919. $1.25. 
Universal Classic. Brooklyn, N. Y. mo., 8vo, vol. 1, 

no. 1, Jl. 1920. $1.00. 
Villager, The. Katonah, N. Y. w., fol., vol. 1, no. 1, 

April 28. 1917. 5c., $1.50. 
Virginia State Crop Pest Commission. Quarterly Bulletint 

Blacksburg, Va. 8vo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Ap. 1919. 
Vitality News. Chicago, 111. mo., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, 

Ja. 1920. 
Voce dell 'Operaio. Detroit, Mich, mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, 

no. 1, N. 1919. $1.00. In Italian. 
Volume and Velocity. Detroit, Mich, mo., 4to, il., 

vol. 1, no. 1. My. 1919. 
Washington, University of. Publications in Political and 

Social Science. Seattle, Wash. vol. 1, no. 1, Je. 1920. 
Where-to-Buy. Richmond, Va. mo., 8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, 

Ja. 1920. $1.00. 

inchester Herald. New Haven, Conn, mo., 4to, il., 

vol. 1, no. 1, F. 1920. 

it and Humor. New York, N. Y. mo., 8vo, vol. 1, 

no. 1, Jl. 1920. $1.50. ' 
Zeitschrift fiir Fernmeldetechnik. Munich, mo., vol. 1, 

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no. 1, Ja. 1920. 
Zeitschrift fiir Physik. Braunschweig. 8vo, il., vol. 1, 

no. 1, 1920. 
Zentralblatt fiir die Gesamte Landwirtschaft mit Einschluss 

der Forst und Teichwirtschaft, der Tier Pathologie und 

Medizin. Leipzig, mo., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1920. 
Zionist Society of Engineers and Agriculturists. Bulletin. 

New York, mo., fol., vol. 1, no. 1, N. 1919. 



II. Changed or Discontinued 



^^^Alaska Railroad Record. Anchorage, Alaska. Disco n- 
^V tinued with vol. 4, no. 34, Je. 1920. 
^^ American Anthropological Association. Memoirs. Lan- 
^P caster, Pa. Discontinued with vol. 6, no. 4, O.-D. 
IT 1919. 

American Service Supplement. Washington. Discon- 
tinued with no. 2. Ag. 1920. 
Belgian Bulletin. Washington. Discontinued with no. 

51, Jl. 31, 1919. 
Bibliographical Society. Transactions. London. Merged 

in The Library. Je. 1920. 
Black Cat, The. New York. Discontinued with O. 1920. 
Blue Triangle News. New York. Discontinued with 

no. 98, Je. 29, 1920. 
Bookseller, Newsdealer, and Stationer. New York, 

Changed to The Bookseller and Stationer with vol. 54, 

no. 1, Ja. 1, 1921. 
British Architect. London. Discontinued with vol. 88, 

no. 37, My. 1919. 
Canadian Forestry Journal. Kingston, Ont. Changed to 

[Illustrated] Canadian Forestry Magazine with vol. 16, 

no. 8-9. Ag.-S. 1920. 
Chemische Revue iiber die Fett- und Harz- Industrie. Ham- 
burg. Changed to Chemische Umschau auf dem Ge- 

biete der Fette, Oele, Wachse und Harze, with vol. 23, 

1916. 
Christian Commonwealth, The. Toledo. Discontinued 

with S. 1919. Succeeded by The New Commonwealth. 
Christian Workers' Magazine and Institute Tie. Chicago 

Changed to Moody Bible Institute Monthly with 

vol. 21. no. 1. S. 1920. 
Church Choir, The. Chicago. Discontinued with vol. 

23, no. 12, S. 1920. 
Come-back, The. Washington. Discontinued with Mr. 

16, 1921. 



Comiti central des Houilleres de Prance. Publications . 
. Paris. Changed to La Revue de 1' Industrie minerale 

with Ja. 1921. 
Democracy Magazine, The. New York. Merged in 

Current Opinion, My. 1920. 
Everyday Engineering. New York. Discontinued with 

N. 1920. 
France (English Edition). Paris. Discontinued with 

vol. 2, no. 9, My. 10. 1919. 
Froid, Le: Revue mensuelle. Paris. Discontinued with 

vol. 7, no. 12, D. 1919. United with L'Industrie 

frigorfiique to form La Revue g^nerale du Froid et des 

Industries frigorifiques. 
Here and There. Camp Meade, Md. Discontinued 

with no. 10. Je. 14. 1919. 
Institute Solvay. Institut de Sociology. Bulletin. Brus- 
sels. Discontinued with vol. 5, no. 32. Je. 1914. 
Jabs. Newark. N. J. Discontinued with Jl. 3, 1920. 
Journal of Animal Behavior. Cambridge, Mass. Dis- 
continued with vol. 7, 1917. 
Keystone Review, The. Meadville, Pa. Discontinued 

with vol. 12, no. 6. Je. 1909. 
Land and Water. New York. Discontinued with . 9, 

1920. Merged in Field. 
League of Nations Magazine. New York. Discontinued 

with vol. 5, no. 7. Jl. 1919. 
Monatshefte fiir den Naturwissenschaftlichen Unterricht 

aller Schulgatterngen. Leipzig. Discontinued with 

vol. 11, no. 11-12. D. 1918. Succeeded by Natur- 

wissenschaftliche Monatshefte fiir den Biologischen, 

Chemischen, Geographischen und Geologischen Unter- 
richt. 
New Commonwealth. Toledo. Discontinued with no. 8, 

O. 1920. 
O. S. Review, The. London. Discontinued with no. 4, 

Je. 1913. 
Real Americans' Magazine, The. Philadelphia. Changed 

to Democracy with Ag. 1918. 
Resources of Tennessee. Nashville. Discontinued with 

vol. 9, no. 2, Ap. 1919. 
Revue Sociale Catholique. Louvain. Changed to Revue 

Catholique Sociale et Juridique with vol. 25, no. 1. 

Ap.-My. 1920. 
Romance. New York. Discontinued with O. 1920. 
Russian Review, The. New York. Suspended with 

Ap. 1918. 
Salvage. London. Changed to Supply and Salvage 

with My. 1919. 
Silver Chev', The. Camp Grant, III. Discontinued with 

Jl. 20- Ag. 5, 1919. 
South African Ornithologists' Union. Journal. Pretoria. 

Discontinued with vol. 11, no. 2. D. 1916. Union 

merged in South African Biological Society. 
Spectateur Militaire. Paris. Discontinued with vol. 96, 

no. 573. Ag. 1914. 
Simmons' Spice Mill. New York. Changed to The 

Spice Mill with vol. 44. no. 1. Ja. 1921. 
Stars and Stripes. Paris. Discontinued with Je. 13, 

1919. 
System on the Farm. New York. Discontinued F. 1921. 

Merged in Field Illustrated. 
Technology Monthly. Boston. Discontinued with vol. 5, 

no. 3, Je. 1918. United with Woop Garoo and called 

Voo Doo. 
Texas Mineral Resources. Austin. Changed to South- 
western Mineral Resources with vol. 2. no. 5. Ap. 1918. 
Twentieth Century Russia. London. Discontinued with 

vol. 2, no. 4. Jl. 1917. 
Uncle Sam's Boy. Cincinnati. Discontinued with 

Ag. 1919. 
Viereck's, The American Monthly. New York. Changed 

to The American Monthly with vol. 12. no. 8, O. 1920. 
Wall-Paper News and Interior Decorator. New York. 

Merged in The Upholsterer and Interior Decorator, 

Ja. 1920. 
Wyoming Farm Bulletin. Laramie. Discontinued with 

vol. 9, n». 1, Jl. 1919. 
Yale Divinity Quarterly. New Haven. Discontinued 

with Je. 1920. 



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QUARTERLY DRAMATIC INDEX, JANUARY-MARCH, 1921 

LIST OF PERIODICALS REGULARLY INDEXED AND ABBREVIATIONS USED 
OTHER PERIODICALS INCLUDED CAN BE RECOGNIZED BY THEIR ABBREVIATIONS 



Am. M. American Magazine. N. Y. 

Athkn. Athenaeum. London. 

Atlan. Atlantic Monthly. Boston. 

Bkman (Lond.) a. Bookman. London. 

Bookman Bookman. N. Y. 

Canad. M. Canadian Mas:azine. Toronto. 

Cent. Century. N. Y. 

CoNTBMP. Contemporary Review. London 

CosMOPOL. a. Cosmopolitan. N. Y. 

Cur. Opin. Current Opinion. N. Y. 

Dial Dial. N. Y. 

Dram. Mir. Dramatic Mirror, N. Y. 

Drama The Drama. Chicago. 

Dramatist a. The Dramatist, Easton, Pa. 

Everybody's Everybody's Magazine. N. Y. 

FoRTN. Fortnightly Review. London. 

Forum Forum. N. Y. 

Graphic Graphic. London. 

Harper Harper's Monthly. N. Y. 

Harp. B. a. Harper's Bazar. N. Y. 

Hearst a. Hearst's Magazine. N. Y. 

III. Lond. N. Illustrated London News 

Indep. Independent. N. Y. 

Ladies' H. J . Ladies' Home Journal. Phila. 

Les. W. a. Leslie's Weekly. N. Y. 

Life Life. N. Y. 

Lit. D. c. Literary Digest. N. Y. 

Acting. 

Is acting an art? Cur. Opin. 70: 351(f), Mr. '21. 
Actors and actresses. 

Actresses whose talent and beauty have won ducal 

coronets. H. Seton. 11. Theatre 33: 84, F. '21. 
The gifted girl and her goal. C. D. Mackay. il. 

Woman's Home C. 48: F. '21, 12. 
Memories of actors. B. Matthews. Munsey 72: 89- 
98, F. '21. 
Ainley, Henry, actor. 

Portrait as Hook in Peter Pan. Graphic 103 : 9. Ja. 1 , 
'21; 103:79, Ja. 15. '21. 
Allison, May, actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 83: 360, F. 26, '21. 
Andre Chenier, opera by U. Giordano. 

Production at Metropolitan Opera house, N. Y. city. 
Mr. 1921. Mus. Cour. 82: Mr. 10, '21, 5-6. 
Archibald, Jean, dramatist. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 15, Ja. '21. 
Arliss, George (Andrews), actor and dramatist, 1868-. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 101, F. '21. 
Armstrong, Marguerite, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 129, F. '21. 
Atwill, Lionel, actor. 

Portrait in Deburau. Outlook 127: 249, F. 16, '21. — 
Theatre 33: 81, F. '21. 
Bag o' dreams, one-act play by Margretta Scott. 

Text. Drama 11: 131-2, Ja. '21. 
Barrett, Lawrence, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 28, Ja. '21. 
Barrymore, Maurice, actor. 

Portrait. Cent. 101: 319, Ja. '21. 
Bayard, Beatrice, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 25, Ja. '21. 
Bedford, Barbara, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 116, F. '21. 
Beggar's opera, The, opera by J: Gay. 

Production at Greenwich Village theatre, N. Y. city. 
Dram. Mir. 83: 59 (J). Ja. 8, '21. L. Lewisohn. 
Nation 112: 91, Ja. 19. '21.-11. Theatre 33: 157, 
179-80, Mr. '21. 
Revival of, in New York city. A. N. Meyer. Book- 
man 52: 521-4, F. '21. — C: H: Meltzer. il. Theatre 
33: 88, 132, F. '21. 
Scene from (picture). Mus. Cour. 82: Ja. 13, '21, 56. 
Ben-Ami, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 89, F. '21. 
Betrothal, The, play by M. Maeterlinck. 
Criticism. Graphic 103: 88(i), Ja. 15, '21. 
Production at the Gaiety theatre. London, Athen. 

1921, pt. l:79(i), Ja. 21, '21. 
Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 103: 131, Ja. 29, '21. 
Blue eyes, musical comedy by L. Gordon. L. Clemens, 
and I. Kornblum. 



Liv. Age Living Age. Boston. 

McClure McClure's Magazine. N. Y. 

Met. M. a. Metropolitan Magazine. N. Y 

Motion Pict.Classic a. Motion Picture Classic. Brooklyn 



Motion Pict. M. 
Munsey 
Mus. Cour. 
N. Music R. 
Nation 
New Repub. 
19TW Cent. 
No. Am. 
Outlook 
Overi;.and 
Photoplay M. 
Play Pict. 
Poet Lore 
Red Bk. 
R. OF Rs. 
Sat. R. 
SCRIB. M. 
London. Sunset 
Theatre 
Weekly R. 
Woman's Home C 
World's Work 



Motion Picture Magazine, Brookljm. 

Munsey's Magazine. N. Y. 

Musical Courier. N. Y. 

New Music Review. N. Y. 

Nation. N. Y. 

New Republic. N. Y. 

Nineteenth Century. London. 

North American Review. N. Y. 

Outlook. N. Y. 

Overland Monthly. San Francisco. 

Photoplay Magazine. N. Y. 

Play Pictorial. London. 

Poet Lore. Boston. 

Red Book Magazine. Chicago. 

American Monthly Review of Reviews. 

Saturday Review. London. 

Scribner's Magazine. N. Y. 

Sunset. San Francisco. 

Theatre. N. Y. 

Weekly Review. N. Y. 

Woman's Home Companion. N. Y. 

World's Work. N. Y. 



Blue Eyes — continued. 
Production at Casino, N. Y. city, F. 1921. Dram. 
Mir. 83: 385-8, F. 26, '21. 
Bradshaw, Alison, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 127, F. '21. 
Brady, Eva, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 70 : Ja. '21 , 51 . 
Brady, William A., theatrical manager, 1863-. 

Sketch, pors. M. B. Mullett. Am. M. 91: Ja. '21, 
34. 114-18. 
Bridges, play by Clare Kummer. 

Production at Punch and Judy theatre, N. Y. city, 
F. 1921. Dram. Mir. 83: 408, 427. Mr. 5, '21. 
Brooks, Alan, dramatist. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 15. Ja. '21. 
Broken wing, The, comedy by P. Dickey and C: W. 
Goddard. 
Production at 48th St. theatre. N. Y. city. il. Theatre 

33: 106. 109, F. '21. 
Scene from (picture). Theatre 33: 159, Mr. '21. 
Burton, Alberta, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 175, Mr. '21. 
Campbell, Mrs. Patrick (Beatrice Stella Tanner) 
(Mrs. G; Cornwallis-West) , actress, 1867-. 
Portrait (with J. K. Hackett)) as Lady Macbeth. 
Theatre 33: 153, Mr. '21. 
Caruso, Enrico, opera singer. 

Portrait as Eleazar in La Juive. Theatre 33: 161. Mr.'21. 
Cayvan, Georgia, actress. 

Portrait. Cent. 101: 319. Ja. '21. 
Champion, The, comedy by T: Louden and A.*]E. 
Thomas. 
Description, il. H. Broun. 
15, 24. — R. C. [Benchley. 
'21. 

Production at Longacre theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 83: 59(i), Ja. 8, '21. — il. Theatre 33: 181, 
222, Mr. '21. 
Chaplin, Charles Spencer, actor, 1889-. 

Sketch, por. Cur. Opin. 70: 187-8, F. '21. 
Chinese love, play by Clare Kummer. 

Production at Punch and Judy theatre, N. Y. city, 
F. 1921. Dram. Mir. 83: 408, 427, Mr. 5, '21. 
Choir rehearsal. The, play by Clare Kummer. 

Production at Punch and Judy theatre, N. Y. city, 
F. 1921. Dram. Mir. 83: 408, 427, Mr. 5, '21. 
Clark, Marguerite, actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 83: 1. Ja. 1. '21. 
Clarke, George, actor. 

Portrait. Cent. 101: 319, Ja. '21. 
Coakley, Marion, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 71: 695, Ja. '21. 
Collier, William, actor and playwright, 1868-. 

Portrait (with Frank Tinney). Am. M. 91 : F. '21, 35. 



Collier's 67: F. 5, '21, 
Life 77: 136(J). Ja. 27, 



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Collinge, Patricia, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 71: 703, Ja. '21. — Theatre 33: 
103, F. "21. 
Conover, Teresa Maxwell-, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 136, F. '21. — Theatre 33: 14. 
Ja. '21. 
Cornered, melodrama by D. Mitchell. 
Madge Kennedy's return to the stage in. 11. Collier's 

67: Ja. 8, '21, 15, 23. 
Production at Astor theatre, N. Y. city. Indep. 105: 

1, Ja. 1, '21. — il. Theatre 33: 105. 109, F. '21. 
Courtenay, William, actor. 

Portrait. Nat'l M. 49: 458, F. '21. 
Cradle song, play by G. Sierra. 

Production at Times Square theatre, N. Y. city, F. 
'21, Dram. Mir. 83: 427(J), Mr. 5, '21. 
Crosby, Edward Harold, author and dramatist. 

Sketch, por. Nat'l M. 49: 414, Ja. '21. 
Daddy Dumplins, comedy by G: B. McCutcheon and 
E. Carroll. 
Production at Republic theatre. N. Y. city. 11. 
Theatre 33: 106. 109. F. '21. 
-Dalton, Dorothy, actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 83: 110. Ja. 15, '21; 83: 409. 
Mr. 5, '21. 
Daniel, play by L: Verneuil. 

Production at the St. James' theatre, London. Athen. 
1921, pt. 1: 107-8, Ja. 28, '21. 
Dear me, comedy by L. Reed and H. Hamilton. 

Production at Republic theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 

Mir. 83: 163, 188. Ja. 22. '21. — Theatre 33: 222, 

224, Mr. '21. 

Deburau, comedy by S. Guitry, adapted by G. Barker. 

Comment, il. Outlook 127: 249-50, F. 16, '21. 

Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 77: 64(i), Ja. 13, 

'21. 
A play of disillusionment, il. Theatre 33: 81-2. 

148, F. '21. 
Praise, il. H. Broun. Collier's 67: Ja. 22, '21. 19. 
Production at Belasco theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 83: ll(i), Ja. 1. '21. — il. Theatre 33: 172- 
3, 178, Mr. '21. 
Review. J. W. Krutch. Bookman 52: 566-7. F. '21. 
Dickson, Dorothy (Mrs. C. Heisen), actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 100, F. '21. 
Diff'rent, play by E. G. O'Neill. 

Production at Selwyn theatre, N. Y. city. Indep. 

105: 153, F. 12, '21. 
Review. J. W. Krutch. Bookman 52: 565(i), F. '21. 
Digges, Dudley, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 101, F. '21. 
Donnelly, Ruth, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 175. Mr. '21. 
Dor6, Adrienne, adtress. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 25. Ja. '21. 
Drama. 

The changing drama. W.Hampden, il. Drama 11: 

184-6, Mr. '21. 
The decline of the drama. G: Moore. Dial 70: 1-11, 

Ja. '21. 
Dramatic dialogue. L. Lewisohn. Nation 112: 381- 

2, Mr. 9. '21. 

The happy ending. C.Ross. Drama 11: 123-5, Ja. '21. 
The need for an actor-manager. J: E. Kellerd. Forum 
65: 159-67, F. '21. 
Drama in America. 

An art theatre. Plea for. L. Lewisohn. Nation 112: 

488, Mr. 30, '21. 
The experimental stages. L. Lewisohn. Nation 112: 

410-11, Mr. 16, '21. 
New York city. The city of escape. M. S. Turner, 
il. Delin. 98: Mr. '21, 14, 56-7. 
Dramas. 

One-act plays. Short list of. H : MacMahon. Ladies' 
H. J. 38: Ja. '21, 48. 
Drew, John, actor. 

Portrait. Cent. 101: 319, Ja. '21. 
Dulcy, comedy by G. Kaufman and M. Connelly. 
Production at Cort theatre, N. Y. city, F. 1921. Dram. 
Mir. 83:408(i). Mr. 5. '21. 



Duse, Eleanora, actress. 

Return to the stage, por. Alice Nielsen. Theatre 33: 
10, 62. Ja. '21. 
Eames, Clare, actress. 

Portrait as Princess Elizabeth in The prince and the 
pauper. Theatre 33: 5, Ja. '21. 
EI capitan, opera by J: P. Sousa. 

Revival by Philadelphia operatic society, F. 1921. 
Mus. Cour. 82: F. 24, '21, 53(J). 
Emperor Jones, The, drama by E. G. O'Neill. 

Plot and excerpts, il. Cur. Opin. 70: 55-64, Ja. '21. 
Production at Selwyn theatre, N. Y. city. Indep. 106: 

33 Ta 8 '21 
Review, j. W. Krutch. Bookman 52: 565(J). F. '21. 
Work of C: S. Gilpin in. U. Theatre 33: 8(§), 
Ja. "21. 
Enter Madame, play by Gilda Varesi. 

Plot and excerpts, il. Cur. Opin. 70: 199-207, F. '21 . 

Scenes from (pictures). Dram. Mir. 83: 118, Ja. 15, 

'21. 

Erminie, comic opera by H. Paulton and E. Jakobowski. 

Description. R. C. Benchley Life 77: 100(§), Ja. 20, 

•21. 
Memories of. il. Theatre 33: 158, 166-7, Mr. '21. 
Revival at Park theatre. N. Y. city. Dram. Mir. 83 : 
lOO(i), Ja. 8. '21. 
Ervine (Irvine), St. John Greer, author and drama- 
tist. 1883-. 
Confessions of, on playmaking. Cur. Opin. 70: 210-11, 

F. '21. 
St. John Ervine's method, por. P. Loving. Drama 
11: 106-8. Ja. '21. 
Eyvind of the hills, tragedy by J. Sigurjonsson. 

Production at Greenwich Village theatre. N. Y. city, 
F. 1921. Dram. Mir. 83: 288(i), F. 12, '21. 
Farnum, William, actor. 

Portrait. Nat'l M. 49: 465, F. '21. 
Farrar, Geraldine (Mrs. Lou-Tellegen), opera smger, 
1882— 
Portrait! Dram. Mir. 83: 111. Ja. 15. '21; 83: 369, 

F. 26. '21. 
Portrait as Louise. Mus. Cour. 82: Ja. 20. '21, 
31. 
Findlay, Ruth, actress, 1895-. 

Portrait. Munsey 71: 708. Ja. '21. — Theatre 33: 
94. F. '21. 
First year. The, comedy by F. Craven. 

Plot and excerpts, il. Cur. Opin. 70: 343-51. Mr. 

•21. 
Production at Little theatre. N. Y. city. il. Theatre 
33: 27. 30, Ja. '21. 
Fisher, Lola, actress. 

Portrait. Nat'l M. 49: 457, F. '21. 
Fiske, Mrs. Minnie Maddem (Marie Augusta Dayey) 
(Mrs. Harrison Grey Fiske), actress, 1865-. 
Portrait. Theatre 33: 155. Mr. '21. 
Fulton, Maude, actress and dramatist. 

Sketch, por. Nat'l M. 49: 424(J). Ja. '21. 
Galeffl, Carlo, opera singer. 

Sketch. Mus. Cour. 82: Mr. '21. 39(i). 
Galli-Curci, Amelita (Mrs. H. Samuels), opera 
singer. 
Portrait (with Homer Samuels). Mus. Cour. 82: 



Ja. 20. '21, 45. 
rden, Man 



Garden, Mary, opera singer and manager. 1876-. 
Marv Garden, impresario, pors. M. J. Moses. Les. 
W. 132: 185. F. 12. '21. — por. Outlook 127: 128-9. 
Ja. 26. '21. 
Portrait. Mus. Cour. 82: F. 10. '21. 50. 
Portrait as Thais. Drama 11: 153. F. '21. 
Gateson, Marjorie, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 14. Ja. '21. 
George, Grace (Grace George Dougherty) (Mrs. 
W: A. Brady), actress. 18S0-. 
Portrait. Am. M. 91: Ja. '21. 35. 
Gish, Lillian, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 134. Ja. '21. 
Gluck, Alma (Mrs. E. Zimbalist), opera singer. 
Acquiring a vocal repertoire, por. Etude 39: 7-9 
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Gordon, Jeanne, opera singer. 

Portrait as Brangaene. Mus. Cour. 82: Ja. 6, '21, 1. 
Great noontide. The, one-act satire by P. Kearney. 

Text. Drama 11: 109-13, Ja. '21. 
Green goddess, play by W: Archer. 

Description, il. H. Broun. Collier's 67: F. 19. '21, 

14, 22. — R. C. Benchley. Life 77: 172( J), F. 3, '21. 

Production at Booth theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. Mir. 

83: 188(i). Ja. 22, '21. — Indep. 105: 129, F. 5. '21. 

Review. L. Lewisohn. Nation 112: 250(1), F. 9, '21. 

Hackett, James Ketaltus, actor, 1869-. 

Portrait (with Mrs. Patrick Campbell) in Macbeth. 
Theatre 33: 153, Mr. '21. 
Half Moon, The, musical play by W: LeBaron and 
V. Jacobi. 
Production at Liberty theatre, N. Y. city. Theatre 
33: 30-31, Ja. '21. 
Hampden, Walter (Dougherty), actor, 1879-. 

The changing drama, pors. as Hamlet. Drama 11: 

185-6, Mr. '21. 
Portrait as Romeo. Theatre 33: 17, Ja. '21. 
Shakespeare, Hampden and Bragdon. pors. as 
Hamlet. F. C. Brown. Drama 11 : 184, 193, 196-9, 
Mr. '21. 
Hamsun, Knot, author and dramatist, I860-. 

Sketch. J. Moritzen. Bookman 52: 337-41, Ja. 
'21. — por. Cur. Opin. 70: 106-8, Ja. '21. 
Hanson, Gladys (Mrs. C: E. Cook), actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 71: 697, Ja. '21. 
Harding, Lorraine, actress. 

Portrait. Nat'l M. 49: 465, F. '21. 
Harem scarem isle, musical play by T: Howard. 

Criticism. R. C. Benchley. Life 77: 208( J), F. 10, '21. 
Harvard, Sue, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 82: Ja. 6, '21, 26b; 82: Ja. 20, 
'21, 9. 
Hayes, Helen, actress. 

Sketch, por. Ada Patterson. Theatre 33: 26, Ja. 

'21. 
A star at nineteen, pors. K. Summer. Am. M. 91: 
Mr. '21, 34, 152-4. 
Heartbreak house, play by G. B. Shaw. 

Production at Garrick theatre, N. Y. city. Theatre 

33" 31—2 Ta '21 
Review. J: Farrar. Bookman 52: 565-6, F. '21. — 
il. Cur. Opin. 70: 207-9. F. '21. 
Homing, Violet, actress. 

Portrait. Woman's Home C. 48: Ja. '21, 54. 
Hempel, Frieda (Mrs. W: B. Kahn), opera singer. 
Operettas for clubs and high schools. Delin. 98: F. 
'21, 26, 72. 
Her family tree, musical comedy by S. Simons and A. 
Weeks. 
Criticism. R. C. Benchley. Life 77: lOO(i), Ja. 20, 

'21. 
Production at Lyric theatre, N. .Y city. Dram. Mir. 
83: 11, 40, Ja. 1, '21. — il. Theatre 33: 159, 180, 
Mr. '21. 
Hibbard, Edna, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 139, F. '21. 
Honors are even, play by R. C. Megrue. 

Production at Park Square theatre, Boston, F. 1921. 
Dram. Mir. 83: 288(i), F. 12. '21. 
Hopper, (William) DeWolf, actor, 1858-. 

Portrait as Ravennes in Erminie. Theatre 33: 166, 
Mr. '21. — (With Francis Wilson). Nat'l. M. 49: 
424, Ja. '21. 
Hopwood, Avery, dramatist. 

Is the undraped drama unmoral? por. Theatre 33: 
6, Ja. '21. 
I'll try, grammar play for children, by Elinor Murphy. 

Text. il. St. Nich. 48: 256-60, Ja. '21. 
In the night watch, play by M. Morton. 

Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 77: 244(i), F. 17, 

'21. 
Production at Century theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 83: 248(i), F. 5, '21.— Indep. 105: 153, F. 
12, "21. 
Isham, Frederic, dramatist. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 15, Ja. '21. 



It's up to you, play by W: Patch. 

Production in Boston, F. 1921. Dram. Mir. 83: 
188(i), F. 12, '21. 
Jardon, Dorothy, opera singer. 

Interview, por. Mus. Cour. 82: Ja. 27, '21, 39(i). 
Jesmer, Hel6ne, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 71: 701, Ja. '21. 
John Hawthorne, play by D. Liebovitz. 

Production at Garrick theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 82: 208(i), Ja. 29, '21. 

Review. L. Lewisohn. Nation 112: 271, F. 16, '21. 
Jones, Henry Arthur, dramatist. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 97, F. '21. 
Just suppose, comedy by A. E. Thomas. 

Production at Henry Miller's theatre, N. Y. city, 
il. Theatre 33: 7, 30, Ja. '21. 
Keightley, Cyril, actor, 1875-. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 101, F. '21. 
Kelsey, Herbert, actor, 1856-. 

Portrait. Cent. 101: 319, Ja. '21. 
Kennedy, Madge (Mrs. H. Bolster), actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 70: Ja. '21. 50. — Mus. Cour. 
82: Mr. 3, '21, 64. 
Eenyon, Doris, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 70: Ja. '21, 52. — Theatre 33: 
37, Ja. '21. 
Lady Billy, musical comedy by Zelda Sears and H. A. 
Levy. 

Production at Liberty theatre, N. Y. city. Theatre 
33: 107, F. '21. 

Scenes from (pictures). Dram. Mir. 83: 249, F. 5, '21. 
Lamont, Forrest, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 82: F. 24, '21, 1. 
Lazaro, Hipolito, opera singer. 

Interview, por. Mus. Cour. 82: F. 10, '21, 24(i). 
Lazzari, Carolina, opera singer. 

Interview, por. Mus. Cour. 82: Mr. 10,' 21, 8(i). 
League of notions, revue by C. B. Cochran. 

Description, il. Graphic 103: 114(J), Ja. 22, '21. 

Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 103: 197, F. 12, 

'21. 
Lieber, Fritz, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 157, Mr. '21. 
Little old New York, drama by Rida J. Young. 

Story of. Outlook 127: 90-91, Ja. 19, '21. 
Lorraine, Lillian (Eulalleau de Jacques), actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 71: 707, Ja. '21. 
Loser, The, one-act play by P. Eldridge. 

Text. Drama 11: 166-70, F. '21. 
Louise, opera by G. Charpentier. 

Revival at Metropolitan opera house, N. Y. city, 
Ja. 1921. il. Mus. Cour. 82: Ja. 20, '21, 5, 31. 
Lovely, Louise (Louise Helene Carbasse), actress, 
1896-. 

Portrait. Nat'l M. 49: 464, F. '21. 
Macbeth, play by W: Shakespeare. 

Production at Apollo theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 83: 368(i), F. 26, '21. — Life 77: 352(1), Mr. 
10, '21. — L. Lewisohn. Nation 112: 349-50, Mr. 
2, '21. 
McComas, Carol!, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 14, Ja. '21. 
Mc Glynn, Frank, actor. 

What is acting? pors. il. Drama 11: 144-6, F. '21. 
Mackay, Elsie, actress. 

Portrait in Deburau. Outlook 127: 249, F. 16, '21. 
Man who gets slapped. The, drama by A. Andryev. 

Review. G. Zilboorg. Drama 11: 191-2, Mr. '21. 
Mansfield, Martha (Martha Erlich), actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 113, F. '21. 
Marshall, Charles, opera singer. 

Portrait as Othello. Mus. Cour. 82: Ja. 13, '21, 44. 
Mary, musical comedy by O. Harbach, F. Mandel and 
L. Hirsch. 

Production at Knickerbocker theatre, N. Y. city. il. 
Theatre33:32-4, Ja. '21. 
Mary Rose, play by J. M. Barrie. 

Production at Empire theatre. N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 83: ll(i), Ja. 1, '21. — Indep. 105: 57. Ja. 16, 
'21. — il. Theatre 33: 156, 177, Mr. '21. 



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Mary Rose — continued. 

Review. S. C. Howard. Bookman 52: 568(J). F. 
'21. — L. Lewisohn. Nation 112: 48(|), Ja. 12, '21. 
Masefield, John, author and dramatist. 

John Masefield of the present day. G. H. Campbell. 
Bookman 52: 345-50, Ja. '21. 
Masks. 

Masks on the stage and off. W. T. Brenda. il. 

Ladies' H. J. 38: Ja. '21, 42. 
Stage masks revived. Carol Bird. il. Theatre 33: 
92-3, 138, F. '21. 
Miller, Henry, actor and playwright, 1859-. 

Portrait. Cent. 101: 319, Ja. '21. 
Minter, Mary Miles (Juliet Shelby), actress, 1902-. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 83: 156, Ja. 22, '21. 
Miss Lulu Bett, play by Zona Gale, based on novel of 
same name. 
Criticism. R. C. Benchley. Life 77: 64-5, Ja. 13, '21. 
Description. H. Broun, il. Collier's 67: Ja. 29, 

'21, 13, 30. 
Production at Belmont theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 83: 40(i). Ja. 1. '21. — Indep. 105: 57, Ja. 15, 
'21. — il. Theatre 33: 180-81, 222, Mr. '21. 
Review. '-^J. Farrar. Bookman 52: 567-8, F. '21.— 
L. Lewisohn. Nation 112: 189(i), F. 2, '21. 
Mr. Pim passes by, comedy by A. Milne. 

Production at Garrick theatre, N. Y. city, F. 1921. 
Dram. Mir. 82: 428(i), Mr. 5, '21. 
Mitzi (Mizzi Hajos), actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 137, F. '21. — Theatre 33: 100, 
F. '21. 
Mix, Tom, actor. 

Portrait. Nafl M. 49: 463, F. '21. 
Mixed marriage, drama by St. J. Ervine. 

Comments on. R. C. Benchley. Life 77: 24Cj), Ja. 

6. '21. — il. Outlook 127: 49-51. Ja. 12, '21. 
Description. H. Broun, il. Collier's 67: Ja. 15, 

'21, 19. 24. 
Production at Bramhall theatre, N. Y. city. Theatre 

33: 107, F. '21. 
Review. H. Broun. Bookman 52: 564, F. '21.— 
L. Lewisohn. Nation 112: 21 (i), Ja. 5, '21. 
Morrison, Anne, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 71 : 702, Ja. '21. 
Moving pictures. 

An apology for the pictures. N. A. Fuessle. il. 

Outlook 127: 136-7, Ja. 26, '21. 
Film lighting as a fine art. Sci. Am. 124: 148, F. 

19, '21. 
The girls behind the screen. Anne Walker, il. 

Woman's Home C. 48: Ja. '21, 14, 50-51. 
How some of the pictures are made. M. B. Mullett. 

Am. M. 91: Mr. '21, 44-5, 101-8. 
Overdoing the sex motive in moving pictures. Cur. 

Opin. 10: 362-3, Mr. '21. 
Wind storms made to order. Sci. Am. 124: 47(J), 
Ja. 15, '21. 
Murphy, Edna, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 135. F. '21. 
Murphy, Tim, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 101, F. '21. 
Myers, Carmel (Mrs. Kornblum), actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 71: 705, Ja. '21. 
Namara, Marguerite (Mrs. G. Bolton), opera singer. 
Interview (por. with daughter). Mus. Cour. 82: Mr. 
3. '21, 39(i). 
Nazimova (NasimoS), Alia (Mrs. C: Bryant), ac- 
tress, 1879-. 
Portrait in Madame Peacock. Theatre 33: 39, Ja. '21. 
Near Santa Barbara, play by W. Mack. 

Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 77: 244, F. 17, '21. 
Production at Greenwich Village theatre, N. Y. city, 
Ja. 1921. Dram. Mir. 83: 248(i), F. 5, '21. 
New morality. The, comedv by H. Chapin. 

Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 77: 244, F. 17, 

'21. 
Production at Playhouse, N. Y. city, Ja. 1921. Dram. 
Mir. 83: 268(i), F. 5, '21. 
Old order, The, play by Sara Neumann. 
Text. Drama 11: 147-«0, F. '20. 



O'Neill, Eugene Gladstone, dramatist. 1888-. 

Work of. O. M. Sayler. Drama 11: 189-90. Mr. '21. 
Opera. 

Behind the scenes at grand opera. Kathleen Howard. 

il. Ladies' H. J. 38: F. '21, 25, 127-30. 
Tendencies in modern opera. E. J. Hart. Forum 65: 
108-77, F. '21. 
Opera in America. 

Chicago invades New York. Outlook 127: 211-12, 
F. 9, '21. 
Opera in England. 

The early years of the first English opera house. W. J. 
Lawrence. Music Q. 7: 104-17. Ja. '21. 
Outrageous Mrs. Palmer, The, drama by H. W. 
Gribble. 
Production at 39th St. theatre, N. Y. city. Theatre 
33: 29(1), Ja. '21. 
Pagans, play by C. Anthony. 

Production at Princess theatre, N. Y. city, Ja. 1921. 
Dram. Mir. 83: 119(|). Ja. 15. '21. 
Patti, Adelina (Baroness Bolf CederstrSm), opera 
singer. 1843-1919. 
Biographical sketch, pors. Etude 39: 9, Ja. '21. 
Passing show of 1921, revue by H. Atteridge and J. 
Schwartz. 
Production at Winter garden, N. Y. city. Theatre: 

33: 177-8, Mr. '21. 
Review. L. Lewisohn. Nation 112: 126(|). Ja. 
26, '21. 
Percy, Eileen, actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 83: 5, Ja. 1. '21. — Nat'l M. 
49: 463. F. '21. 
Person in the chair. The, one-act play by Frances 
Shaw. 
Text. Drama 11: 171-4. F. '21. 
Peter Pan, play by J. M. Barrie. 

Production at the St. James theatre, London. Athen. 
1921. pt. 1: 24-5. Ja. 7, '21. 
Pierce, Edith, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 165, Mr. '21. 
Pinski, David, dramatist. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 15, Ja. '21. 
Pla3rwriting. 

A library play contest for children. Anna P. Msaon. 
Lib. J. 46: 201-5, Mr. 1. *21. 
Playwrights. 

Why America lacks big playwrights. Cur. Opin. 70: 
66-7, Ja. '21. 
Prince and the pauper. The, drama by Amelie Rives. 
founded on story by Mark Twain. 
Production at Booth theatre, N. Y. city. il. Theatre 
33: 5. 11. 31. Ja. '21. 
Raisa, Rosa, opera singer. 

Interview, por. Mus. Cour. 82: F. 24, '21, 18(J). 
Portrait. Mus. Cour. 82: F. 10. '21. 1. 
Ralph Roister Doister, play by N: Udall. 

Revival at Abbot's Hall. Westminster. Athen. 1921. 
pt. 1: 79-80. Ja. 21. '21. 
Ray, Carol, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 25. Ja. '21. 
Reed, Florence (Mrs. M. Williams), actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 70: F. "21. 50. — Theatre 33: 
94. F. '21. 
Rehan (Crehan), Ada, actress. I860-. 

Portrait. Cent. 101: 319. Ja.'21. 
Reid, (William) Wallace, actor. 1891-. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 188. Mr. '21. 
Return, The, dialogue by E: J. Morgan. 

Text. Drama 11: 119-21. Ja. '21. 
Richardson, Jane, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 140. F. '21. 
Rimini, Giacomo, opera singer. 

Portraits. Mus. Cour. 82: Ja. 27. '21, 1. 
Portrait as Falstaff. Mus. Cour. 82: Ja. 20. '21. 11. 
Risdon, Elizabeth, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 130. F. '21. — Theatre 33: 
99. F. '21. 
Robbery, The, play by Clare Kummer. 

Production at Punch and Judy theatre, N. Y. city, 
F. 1921. Dram. Mir. S3: 408. 427. Mr. 5, '21. 



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BoUo's wild oat, comedy by Clare Kummer. 

Production at Punch and Judy theatre, N. Y. city. il. 
Theatre 33: 83. 105. F. '21. 
Romance, play by E: Sheldon. 

Production at the Playhouse, N. Y. city, F. 1921. 
Dram. Mir. 83: 408(i), Mr. 5, '21. 
Ropes, one-act play, by W. D. Steele. 
Text. Harper 142: 193-208, Ja. '21. 
Rosander, Rose, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 25, Ja. '21. 
Rose girl. The, musical comedy by A. Goetzl and W: C 
Duncan. 
Production at Ambassador theatre, N. Y. city, F. 1921. 
Dram. Mir. 83: 328(i), F. 19, '21. 
Rose of Persia, The, dramatic poem by L. Haweis. 

Text. Drama 11: 200-213, Mr. '21. 
Ruffo, Titta, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 82: Mr. 10, '21, 1. 
Sacrifice, one-act play by L. I. MacQueen. 

Text. Drama 11 : 216-19, Mr. '21. 
Safety match. A, play by Ian Hay. 

Production at the Strand theatre, London. Athen. 
1921,pt. l:108(i).Ja.28. '21. 
Sakuntala, opera by F. Alfano. 

Criticism of. Mus. Cour. 82: Ja. 20, '21, 41(i). 
Sally, musical comedy by G. Bolton, C. Grey, and J. 
Kern. 
Production at New Amsterdam theatre, N. Y. city, 
il. Theatre 33: 171, 176, 178-9. Mr. '21. 
Sanderson, Julia (Sackett) (Mrs. B. Barnette), 
actress. 1887-. 
Portrait. Munsey 72: 131, F. '21. 
Scbipa, Tito, opera singer. 

Sketch, por. Nat'l M. 49: 460-61, F. '21. 
Sears, Zelda, actress and librettist. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 82: Mr. 10, '21, 56. 
Shakespeare, William, dramatist. 1564-1616. 

Shakespeare festival at Stratford-on-Avon. C. Strat- 

ton. il. Drama 11: 121-3, Ja. '21. 
Shakespeare. Hampden, and Bragdon. F. C. Brown, 
il. Drama 11: 184. 193, 196-9. Mr. '21. 
Sharon, Ula, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 70: F. '21, 52. 
Skin game, The, play by J: Galsworthy. 

Production at Bijou theatre. N. Y. city. il. Theatre 

33: 7, 29, Ja. '21. 
Review. Forum 65: 242-4, F. '21. 
Skinner, Otis, actor, 1858-. 

Portrait in The honor of the family. Drama 11 : 158. F21. 
Smooth as silk, play by W. Mack. 

Production at Lexington theatre. N. Y. city. F. 1921. 
Dram. Mir. 83: 388(1). F. 26. '21. 
Song of Solomon, The, one-act play by M. L. H. Odea. 

Text. Drama 11: 154-7, F. '21. 
Starr, Frances (Grant), actress, 1886-. 
Portrait. Theatre 33: cover, Ja. '21. 
Success in One. por. Nat'l M. 49: 476, F. '21. 
Talmadge, Norma (Mrs. J. M. Schenck), actress. 
Portrait (with Constance). Woman's Home C. 48: 
Ja. '21, 49. 
Taliaferro, Edith, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 14, Ja. '21. 
Tell, Alma, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 175, Mr. '21. 
Ten days later, one-act comedy by C. Click. 

Text. il. Drama 11: 159-65, F.' 21. 
Ten P. M., one-act problem play by Mary Aldis. 

Text. il. Drama 11: 187-8, Mr. '21. 
Theatre. 

The last of the famous show-boats on the great inland 
waterways. F. J. Koch. il. Drama 11: 113-15, 
Ja. '21. 
The old stock companies. B. Matthews, il. Cent. 
101 : 317-23, Ja. '21. 
Theatre — Community. 

Community theatres. H: MacMahon. il. Ladies' 
H. J. 38: Ja. '21, 16-17,47. 
Theatre in Germany. 

Socializing the German theatre. H. Carter. Drama 
11: 115-18, Ja. '21. 



Through the crack, play by A. Blackwood and Violet 
Pearn. 
Presentation at the Everyman theatre, Hampstead. 
Athen. 1921, pt. 1: 52(i), Ja. 14, '21. 
Timon of Athens, play by W: Shakespeare. 

English performances of. S. T. Williams. Mod. Lang. 
Notes 36: 57-8, Ja. '21. 
Tinney, Frank, actor and playwright. 

His job is to make people laugh, pors. M. B. Mullett. 
Am. M. 91: F. '21. 34-5, 122-7. 
Toback, Hannah, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 112, F. '21. 
Tobin, Genevieve, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 70: Ja. '21. 49. — Munsey 
71: 710. Ja. '21. — Outlook 127: 91, Ja. 19, '21.— 
Theatre33:175. Mr. '21. 
Transplanting Jean, comedy by De Caillavet and De 
Flers. 
Description. H. Broun, il. Collier's 67: F. 12, '21, 
19. 30. — R. C. Benchley. Life 77: 136(i). Ja. 27, 
'21. 
Production at Cort theatre. N. Y. city. Dram. Mir. 
83: 119(J), Ja. 15, '21. — il. Theatre 33: 179, 181, 
Mr. '21. 
Scenes from (pictures). Dram. Mir. 83: 162, Ja. 22, 
'21. 
Tyranny of love, drama by H: Baron, founded on 
Amoureuse by G. de Porto-Riche. 
Production at Bijou theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. Mir. 

83: 428(1), Mr. 5, '21. 
Review. L. Lewisohn. Nation 112: 439, Mr. 23, '21. 
Varesi, Gilda, actress and dramatist. 

Success of. por. Collier's 67: Mr. 12, '21, 18(i). 
Venice preserv'd, play by T. Otway. 

Production at the Lyric theatre, London. Athen. 
1921, pt. 1:52-3. Ja. '14, '21. 
Wagner, Richard, composer, 1813-83. 

Richard Wagner and the origin of "Tristan." E: 
Schure. Drama 11: 133-4, Ja. '21. 
Wake up, Jonathan, drama by H. Hughes and E. Rice. 
Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 77: 172(i). F. 3, 

'21. 
Production at Henry Miller's theatre. N. Y. city, Ja. 
1921. Dram. Mir. 83: 163(0. Ja. 22. '21. 
Walker, Charlotte (Mrs. E. Walter), actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 71: 696, Ja. '21. 
Warfield, David, dramatist, 1866-. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 101, F. '21. 
Weeks, Ada Mae, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 71: 699. Ja. '21. 
Whiffen, Mrs. Thomas (Blanche Galton), actress, 
1845-. 
Portrait in Just suppose. Theatre 33: 95, F. '21. 
White, Lyola, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 165. Mr. '21. 
White villa, The, play by Edith Ellis. 

Production at Eltinge theatre, N. Y. city, F. 1921. 
Dram. Mir. 83: 328(i). F. 19, '21. 
Wilson, Eileen, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 70: F. '21, 49. 
Wilson, Francis, actor, 1854-. 

Portrait as Cadeaux in Erminie. Theatre 33: 167, Mr,| 

'21. — (With DeWolf Hopper.) Nat'l M. 49: 424, 

Ja. '21. 

Woman to woman, play by M. Morton. 

Production at Playhouse. Chicago. 111., Mr. 1921j 
Dram. Mir. 83: 465(i). Mr. 12, '21. 
Woman without a shadow. The, opera by R. Strauss.^ 

Staging of. il. Mus. Cour. 82: Ja. 13, '21, 6-7. 
Worthing, Helen Lee, actress. 

Portrait. Cosmopol. 70: F. '21, 51. 
Wyndham, Olive (Meysenburg) , actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 94, F. '21. 
Young wonder. The, one-act play by E. Pillot. 

Text. Drama 11: 151-3. F. '21. 
Young visitors, The, drama by Mrs. G: Norman andj 
Margaret Mackenzie, founded on book by Daisy] 
Ashford. 
Production at 39th St. theatre, N. Y. city, ilj 
Theatre 33: 87, 106-7, F. '21. 




HENRY JAMES CARR 
(librarian public library, scranton, pa.) 



FRONTISPIECE BULLETIN OF BIBLIOGRAPHY 
MAY-AUGUST. 1921 



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EDITORIAL COMMENT 

OUR FRONTISPIECE 

Dear to the hearts of all librarians is 
genial Henry James Carr, ex-president of 
the American Library Association, and lead- 
ing all other members of the association in 
the number of conferences attended; — 
37 out of 43 is his record, and only Mrs. Carr 
with 33 meetings is within sight on the 
honor roll. 

Mr. Carr is a New Hampshire man, and 
began his career as an accountant and cashier 
in railroad offices, then studied law and 
was admitted to the bar in Michigan in 
1879, but did not practice. Thus was laid 
the foundation for his success as a librarian 
— his notable care and attention to details, 
his businesslike administration of the three 
libraries he has conducted. He was librar- 
ian at Grand Rapids, 1886 to 1890, then 
organized the library at St. Joseph, Mo., in 
1890-91, and has been at the head of Scran- 
ton Public Library since that time. He was 
treasurer, recorder, secretary, vice-president, 
and president of the A. L. A. in succession. 
He has also been president of the Keystone 
State Library Association. We are happy 
to include his photograph in this issue. 



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This We Now Advise 

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Pay your agent in advance so he can use 
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Miss Mary J. Booth's book, "Index to 
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the name of the artist, with cross reference 
from the title or titles of the picture, refer- 
ences to the description of the picture, and 
indicates where reproductions are to be 
found. We have now issued this book in 
cloth at $1.35. It may be had in paper for 
$1.00. 

Mr. John Cotton Dana's "Suggestions" 
is a happy idea. He has gathered together 
here all his terse or pointed sayings on lib- 
rary matters: culled from his writings of 
thirty years, they are indeed interesting and 
will, as he says in his introduction, give 
beginners in library work a new point of 
view and added interest in their work. 
The little book is neatly bound in boards, 
$1.00^ 

"Bibliographies of the European war," 
covering fiction based on the war and per- 
sonal narratives concerning the war, which 
we announced for May, has been delayed 
by printing and binding strikes. We hope to 
have the book ready in the early fall. Price 
in cloth, $1.75. Orders are now being 
booked for it. 

The seventh volume of National Institute 
of Social Sciences, Journal is soon to be pub- 
lished. Its subject will be "International 
Obligations of the United States." Price in 
cloth, $2.25 (by error announced at $2.00 in 
our list of last April). 

THE PEAK IS REACHED 

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indications point to a lower price of sub- 
scription. McClure's came first, and re- 
cently McCalVs, Ladies' Home Journal, 
Saturday Evening Post, Atlantic, House 
Beautiful, and Living Age announced cuts. 
World's Work and Country Life are giving 
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again, equivalent to a 50c. reduction to all 
library subscribers. Everybody's returns to 
normalcy by appearing in the old "standard" 
octavo size. Motor Age goes back to $3.00, 
but will refuse to take library subscriptions 
at all, devoting itself to the automobile trade 
only. 

MAGAZINE NOTES 

Did this ever happen to you? You know what a 
lot of trouble publishers have made you on subscrip- 
tion entries that were wrong (perhaps you blamed it 
on your agent). Listen to this little story! 

As a result of a letter to Garden Magazine written 
by Mr. Faxon on receipt of an expiration notice for 
his personal home copy, this reply, dated June 16, 
came to him: — 



"In reply to your letter of the 14th would say that 
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That sounds good, doesn't it? Now, listen! Mr. 
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a month later: — 

"Your subscription to the Garden Magazine expires 
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Circulation Manager. 

Faxon needed the "continued support" after he 
got that letter, but is now able to sit up again, and is 
only sorry his mother didn't teach him to swear when 
a boy. 

The Biblio for July, 1921, is vol. 1, no. 1, of a new 
monthly for rare book collectors. We commend it 
as an interesting new-comer — at least the first issue 
is a good one, with articles on early book auctions, 
New York book shops in 1800, Eugene Field and 
Little Boy Blue, as well as notes on various "booky" 
matters. Edited by W. M. Clemens, $2.50 a year. 

Bulletin of Bibliography. If a periodical started as 
a free house organ, and then "raised" to $1.00, to 
$2.00, and recently to $3.00, is to keep on in its mad 
flight, where will it land? Of course anyone knows 
that a bird that keeps on flying won't land at all, but 
perhaps some magazines are different from birds. 
We'll watch the Bulletin carefully and will notify you 
when there appears to be any indication of a descent 
from its present altitude. But there is Banker and 
Tradesman which went up — $5.00, $6.00, $7.00 — in 
three successive years. We think such a flight too 
"vertical." 

The Commentator is published monthly by the 
Hungarian-American Federation, Youngstown, Ohio. 
Our attention was called to it . on account of the 
varying sizes of some early issues, indicating clearly 
the state of unrest in Hungary. No. 3, June, 1920, 
is 10^ X 8; no. 5, August, 1920, is 13^ x 11; no. 6, 
September, 1920, is 12 x 93^; nos. 7-8,^ Oct.-Nov. 
1920, a double issue, happens to be same size as no. 6„ 
a most notable fact you must concede. W^e ho{ 
someone who has a file will tell us if nos. 1, 2, and 
were also "variant." 

Everybody's Magazine has come back to normalcj 
with July, 1921, vol. 45, no. 1. We again see the 
old standard size of 10 x 6^ inches and we hastei 
to congratulate the publisher on his daring change^ 
Another change which has gradually come ove 
Everybody's is less satisfactory, — the making of thfi 
magazine an "all-fiction" publication. We believ< 
this a mistake as thereby all Hbrary subscriptions wi| 
gradually fade away. Perhaps the publisher doe 
not need them; we think they help him a lot. 

The Journal of American History has issued vol. 14^ 
1920, in one cover, instead of four quarterly num-i 
bers, and so instead of being a year and five montl 
behind is only five months in arrears. The "annual'i 
number is divided into four quarter-parts insid^ 
though the whole is but little thicker than the singl^ 
issues used to be. What of 1921 -— an annual agaii 
perhaps? Anyhow, the joyful bills for 1921 sul 
scriptions are mailed, but we hesitate to pay oui 
until the "first" issue of this year appears 
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^H New Jersey Library Bulletin for February and May, 
^ra21, is a double number called "vols. 9 and 10, nos. 
4andl." Isn'tthatacute way todoit? It certainly 
takes a librarian to show magazine publishers the 
possibilities of erratic issue. However, we have 
neard that Jersey mosquitoes are thick in May, so 
the matter is excused just this once. Use "Mosquito- 
Scoot" Mr. Editor, next time. 

School and Home Education has the colic and is 
all doubled up. Jan.-Feb., 1921, is vol. 40, no. 5, 
and the Editor says a special July issue will be gotten 
out early in June, evidently to compensate his dis- 
appointed readers. March and April were normal 
months, no colic, but another and worse attack in 
May-June, 1921 (vol. 40, nos. 8-10 on cover, but 
simply no. 8 inside). Of course, one's insides in 
such times are hardly to be reckoned with, but is 
that no. 10 noted on the cover really the extra July 
issue promised us? 

Special Libraries' new editor takes all the blame for 
January, 1921, being paged in continuation of Decem- 
ber, though beginning a new volume. We think even 
an apprentice printer ought to have caught this, and 
we hereby accuse the printer-man as the first and 
greatest offender. By the way, a title-page of vol. 11 
is shut into Jan. 1921 (vol. 12, no. 1) loose. Where 
is the index? 

The Pacific Review, published quarterly by the Uni- 
versity of Washington Press in Seattle, began in 
June, 1920, and reminds one of the Yale Review in 
style and make-up. It is general in its scope, and 
$3.00 a year seems reasonable iiv these days of exces- 
sive printing costs. 

Woman's Home Companion, following the lead of 
the Ladies' Home Journal, has adopted the short 
skirt at present in style. The May, 1921, issue is 
two inches shorter than March, and is vol. 48, no. 5, 
so when we come to bind up she will look like a 
woman in a new length skirt, but still wearing an 
old style petticoat! "Rather be ashamed than not 
up-to-date!" 

MAGAZINES BY LIBRARIANS 

Harvard Library Notes is an interesting little 
magazine edited by Mr. Winship for the purpose of 
informing those connected with the administration 
and the work of the library concerning its growth 
and various activities. Not an official publication 
of the University, and not for general distribution, 
but anyone interested may for one dollar subscribe 
to four issues at a time. Many libraries will, we 
think, be glad to have this on file at the librarian's 
office, as each issue (and we have seen three, June, 
October, 1920, and January, 1921) contains biblio- 
graphical material of general interest. 

Library Book-Bits is edited by Mr. Willcox of the 
Holyoke (Mass.) public library, and issued by him 
to advertise to Holyoke readers a few of the library's 
worth-while new books which otherwise might not 
be generally found. No. 1 is dated December, 1920. 
It covers a dozen or more books in its 32 pages, the 
method being a catchy headline, and a virile para- 
graph or page or two quoted from each book. 

NEW BOOKS BY LIBRARIANS 

BOSTWICK, A. E., comp. The Library and Society 

reprints of papers and addresses. 

This is a volume in the series, "Classics of American 

Librarianship," and contains about fifty articles, 

mostly by early librarians, grouped into general 



divisions entitled General Community Relations; 
Community's Service to the Library; Financial Sup- 
port, Alternatives to Tax Support; Boards of Trus- 
tees; Library's Service to the Community; Provision 
of Books; Collection of Information; Control and 
Guidance of Reading; Community Center Service. 

This collection of papers, reprinted from various 
sources, and by various prominent librarians of 
yesterday is interesting reading, and we owe the com- 
piler and the publisher a debt of gratitude for such a 
book on library history. We could only wish the 
type were a larger size. 

N. Y. City. The H. W. Wilson Co. 1921. 474 pp. $2.25. 

Booth, Mary J. Index to Material on Picture 
Study. 
The study of famous pictures in schools is wide- 
spread and Miss Booth has compiled a book that will 
be of great use as giving quick reference to a descrip- 
tion of any desired picture. Entry is made under the 
artist with cross reference from the title or different 
titles of the picture, A star (*) indicates that a repro- 
duction of the picture is given in the book referred to. 
A list of the books analyzed will be found at the end 
of the book. 

Boston. F. W. Faxon Co. 1921. 92 pp. Paper, fl.OO. 
Cloth. $1.35. (Useful reference series no. 26.) 

Brown, Edna A. "Journey's End" and "That 
Affair at St. Peter's." 
These two novels, one published in 1921, the other 
in 1920, will be found well worth reading. Journey's 
End, with its Quaker atmosphere, is a peaceful, 
quiet, pretty story that one is the better for knowing. 
That Affair at St. Peter's, is Exlna Brown's first mys- 
tery story, and dealing with the disappearance of 
the silver belonging to a church, is cleverly worked 
out, and not the least improbable, though the reader 
is in doubt as to the solution until the very end. 

Boston. Lothrop. Lee & Shepard. 1920. 1921. Each 
$1.75. 

Dana, John Cotton. Suggestions. 

This little book is a mighty interesting collection 
of aphorisms from the writings of one of our most 
noted librarians. His introduction is the best 
notice we can give the book: "I have been a librarian 
for over thirty years. In that time I have written 
much on the subject of libraries. This book is made 
up of extracts from what I have written; though some, 
short as they are, were written as complete essays. 
I reprint these because they seem to be as true now 
as when I wrote them, and because I seem not able 
to say the same things again in any better way, and 
because I believe that much of what is here included 
can help the beginners in library work to look at their 
calling with fresh interest." 

Boston. F. W. Faxon Co. 1921. 52 pp. Boards, $1.00. 

Drury, Francis K. W., editor. Technical and 
Scientific serials in the libraries of Providence, 
1920. 
Another "Union list" has been added to our collec- 
tion, and a very satisfactory one, too. Providence 
contains several important and large collections of 
books, and a list of the Scientific serials is fairly in- 
clusive. Mr. Drury has given us a useful list, val- 
uable anywhere for its bibliographic information, 
invaluable to Rhode Island and vicinity as showing 
where sets of these periodicals can be consulted, 
either current issues or any of the back volumes. 

1921. Providence, R. I., Public Library. 63 pp. Paper, 
60c. 



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GeroULD, J. T. Sources of English History of the 
17th century, 1603-1689, in the University of 
Minnesota Library. 
This large volume of 565 pages is no. 1 of the Biblio- 
graphical series of Research Publications of the 
University and was published in January, 1921, by 
the University of Minnesota. It is a compilation 
which will be of great value to investigators in this 
branch of history. 

Minneapolis. University of Minnesota. 1921. 565 pp. 
Paper, $4.00. 

Smith, Charles W., comp. Pacific Northwest 
America. A checklist of books and pamphlets 
relating to the history of the Pacific Northwest. 
This is a second edition of a union checklist pub- 
lished in 1909 by the Washington State library, and 
contains more than twice as much material. Fifteen 
libraries co-operated in the compilation, and the 
book, containing 329 pages, is a very complete catalog 
of books and pamphlets on the Pacific Northwest, 
including Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, 
British Columbia, Alaska, and the Yukon. The 
arrangement is by author in one alphabet, and the 
right-hand half of each page is left blank for anno- 
tations and additions. 

N. Y. City. The H. W. Wilson Co. 1921. Cloth. 329 pp. 
$4.00. 

From the A. L. A. Publishing Board we have 
received : 
The Booklist Books, 1920, A Selection. 

This makes a pamphlet of 64 pages and index, di- 
vided into General literature, fiction, children's books, 
and technical books. 35 cents. 
The College and University Library, by 
J, I. Wyer, Jr. 

Second edition revised, preprint of Manual of 
Library Economy, Chapter 4. 15c. 
Training for Librarianship, by Mary W. 
Plummer. 

Second edition revised by Frank K. Walter. Pre- 
print of Chapter 13, Manual of Library Economy. 
16c. 



Library Legislation, by Wm. F. Yust. 

Second edition revised. Preprint of Chapter 9, 
Manual of Library Economy. 15c. 

From the H. W. Wilson Co., N. Y. City, we have 
received: 

Henri K Ibsen, a bibliography of criticism and 
biography, by Ina Ten Eyck Firkins, compiler. 

This is a pamphlet of 80 pages, 12mo size, in the 
"Practical Bibliographies" series. 75c. 
Lists of Stories and Programs for Story 
Hours, by Effie L. Power, editor. 

Compiled by the staff of the Children's Depart- 
ment of the St. Louis Public Library. Revised edi- 
tion, small 12mo, 110 pages. 40c. A little book 
which cannot fail to be of great help wherever work 
with children is understandingly carried on. 
What Shall We Read Now? 

Fourth edition, revised by Mildred Maynard of 

the East Orange Public Library. Four leaflets, each 

covering two grades, 1-2, 3-4, 5-6, 7-8. 

Catalog of Literature for Advisers of 

Young \yoMEN and Girls, compiled by 

Anna E. Pierce. 

This is an annotated list of some 2,000 titles of 
books and periodical articles selected and most useful 
for all who have to do with the education of, or work 
for, young women and girls. 85 pages, paper cover, 
$1.00. 

DRAMATIC NOTE 

We have received "The Best Plays of 1919-20, and 
year book of the Drama in America," edited by Burns 
Mantle, dramatic critic of the New York Evening 
Mail. 

This is a very comprehensive book, giving the 
story of nine prominent plays, including Abraham 
Lincoln, a forecast of plays to be presented during 
the season of 1920-21, casts of all the plays of the 
season, and the statistics of their runs, when and 
where prominent players were born, and a necrology. 

Boston. Small, Maynard & Co. 1920. 477 pp. $2.00. 



INDEX 
RABINDRANATH TAGORE — A BIBLIOGRAPHY 

(RAViNDRA NATHA THAKURA) 
By Ethel M. Kitch, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Philosophy, Oberlin College 



I. Works of Tagore. 

1. Autobiographical. 

2. Drama. 

3. Essays and Lectures. 

4. Novel. 

5. Philosophy. 

6. Poetry. 

7. Stories. 

II. About Tagore. 

1. Biographical 

A. The Man, and His Genius. 

B. His School at Bolpur. 

C. His Philosophy. 

2. Portraits of Tagore. 

8. Reviews of 

A. Biographies. 

B. Chitra. 

C. Crescent Moon. 

D. Essays and Lectures. 



II, About Tagore — Continued. 

E. Fruit-gathering. 

F. Gardener. 

G. Gitanjali. 
H. Home and the World. 
I. Lover's Gift and Crossing. 
J. Mashi and Other Stories. 
K. Problem of Evil. 
L. Sadhana. 
M. Special. 

III. Some Literature Lending to an Interpreti 

tion of Tagore. 

1. Religious Movements of India. 

A. General. 

B. Brahmo Somaj. 

2. Literary and Political Movements. 

A. Indian Renaissance. 

B. Nationalist Movement. 



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I. WORKS OF TAGORE 
Autobiographical. 

Letters, extracts from old letters. The Macmillan 
Co. N. Y. 1917. 

My Reminiscences. Modern Review, Calcutta. 
Series beg. Jan. 1916. 

My Reminiscences; with frontispiece from the 
portrait in colors by Sasi Kumar Hesh. The Mac- 
millan Co. N. Y. 1917. 
Drama. 

Chitra; a play in one act. The Macmillan Co. 
N. Y. 1916. 

Cycle of Spring, The. The Macmillan Co. N. Y. 
1917. 

King of the Dark Chamber, The; trans, into Eng- 
lish by the author. The Macmillan Co. N. Y. 
1914. 

Postoffice, The. Forum, March, 1914. 

Postoffice, The. The Macmillan Co. N. Y. 1914. 

Sacrifice and Other Plays. The Macmillan Co. 
N. Y. 1917. 
3. Essays and Lectures. 

I Beehive; feminism contrasted with the zenana. 
Craftsman, Jan. 1915. 
Meeting of the East and West. Liv. Age, May 25, 
1918. 
My Parting Wish for the Women of Amercia. 
Ladies Home Jr., Mch. 1917. 
Nationalism in the West. Atlantic, March, 1917. 
Nationalism. The Macmillan Co. N. Y. 1917. 
Oriental and Occidental Music. Harper's Weekly, 
April 11. 1914. 
Personality; a lecture delivered in America. The 
Macmillan Co. N. Y. 1917. 
Stage, The. Drama, Nov. 1915. 
Study India's Music; Tagore's Word to the Western 
World. Musical America, Nov. 27, 1920. 
Novel. 
The Home and the World; trans, by Surendranath 
Tagore. The Macmillan Co. N. Y. 1919, 
Philosophy. 

Sadhana; Realization of Life. The Macmillan Co., 

N. Y. 1913. 
The Problem of Evil (Sadhana — ch. 3). Hibbert 
Jr., July, 1913. 
6. Poetry. 

At the Fair. Fortnightly, April, 1913. 
Autumn. Asia, Oct. 1920. 
Bayadere. Poet Lore, Jan. 1914. 
Child. Good Housekeeping, May, 1917. 

(Crescent Moon, The; child poems, trans, from the 
original Bengali by the author, with eight illus- 
trations in color. The Macmillan Co. N. Y. 
1913. 
Day's End. Forum, Jan. 1914. 
East and West. Independent, Oct. 2, 19ie. 
Epigrams. Poetry, Sept. 1916. 
Fruit-gathering. The Macmillan Co. N. Y. 
1916. 
Gardener, The; trans, from the original Bengali by 
the author. The Macmillan Co. N. Y. 1916. 
Gitanjali (song offerings); a collections of prose 
translations made by the author from the original 
Bengali, with an intro. by W. B. Yeats. The 
Macmillan Co. London. 1913. 
Gitanjali (inter, pocket ed.). Four Seas Co. 

Boston. 1919. 
Gitanjali and Fruit-gathering; with il. by Nandalal 
Bose, Surendranath Kar, Abanindranath Tagore, 
and Nobendranath Tagore. n. e. The Mac- 
millan Co. N. Y. 1918. 
Harbinger. Cur. Opinion, Aug. 1920; Lit. Digest, 

Sept. 25, 1920; Nation (Lond.), June 5, 1920. 
Lover's Gift and Crossing. The Macmillan Co. 

N. Y. 1918. 
My Prayer. Good Housekeeping, Oct. 1916. 
Prayer for the Times. Liv. Age, March 20, 1920. 
Selections from the Crescent Moon. Survey, 

Feb. 14, 1914. 
Song Offerings. Cur. Opinion, March, 1913. 



6. Poetry — Continued. 

Songs of Kabir; a trans, by Rabindranath Tagore 

with the assistance of Evelyn Underhill. The 

Macmillan Co. N. Y. 1915. 
Stray Birds; front, in color by Willy Pogany. The 

Macmillan Co. N. Y. 1916. 
Summer Pioneers. Fortnightly, May, 1915. 
Tagore Poems: Reginalt Sweet. G. Schirmer & 

Co. N. Y. 1919. 
Temple. Liv. Age, Jan. 10, 1914. 
Temple of Gold. Lit. Digest, Dec. 13. 1913. 
Thanksgiving. Lit. Digest, Nov. 4, 1916. 
To the Watcher. Atlantic, May, 1913. 
Tryst. Liv. Age, Aug. 30, 1913. 
Two Poems. Lit. Digest, Aug. 9, 1913. 
Woman in Sorrow. Liv. Age, Jan. 3, 1914. 

7. Stories. 

Dalia. Delineator, Dec. 1914. 

Evening in July. Atlantic, July, 1913. 

Glimpses of Bengali Life; short stories. From the 

Bengali by Rajani Ranjan Sen. Lu2ac & Co. 

London. 1913. 
Hungry Stones and Other Stories. The; trans, from 

the original Bengali by various writers. The 

Macmillan Co. N. Y. 1916. 
Man from Kabul. Outlook. Feb. 14, 1914. 
Mashi and Other Stories; trans, from the original 

Bengali by various writers. The Macmillan Co. 

N. Y. 1918. 
On the Road to Calcutta. Asia, Feb. 1921. 
Runaway. Liv. Age, Nov. 29, 1919. 
Short Stories. The Macmillan Co. N. Y. 1915. 
Skeleton. Cur. Opinion, Aug. 1918. 
Stories of Tagore. The Macmillan Co. N. Y. 

1918. 
Trial of the Horse. Liv. Age. Oct. 18, 1919. 

II. ABOUT TAGORE 
1. Biographical. 

A. The Man, and His Genius. 

Another Anglo-Indian Nobel Prizeman, Lit. 
Digest, Nov. 29, 1913. 

Dilemma of Asia, The: Lajpat Rai. Inde- 
pendent, Oct. 2, 1916. 

East Admonishing the East; Tagore in Japan. 
Lit. Digest, July 29, 1916. 

Hindu Poet Welcomed in Japan. Rev. of 
Revs., Sept. 1916. 

Hindu View of Tagore. Lit. Digest, Dec. 6, 
1913. 

How Tagore Found Us. Lit. Digest. Feb. 10, 
1917. 

India's Greatest Living Poet. Rev. of Revs., 
Aug. 1913. Open Court. July, 1913. 

India's Shakespeare and Tasso in One: M. C. 
Daveis. Forum, Jan. 1914. 

Le Message de I'Orient; Rabindranath Ta- 
gore: J. Guehenno. R. de Paris, Sept. 1, 
1919. 

Letters, extracts from old letters. The 
Macmillan Co. N. Y. 1917. 

Lyrics of Tagore. Contemp. Rev., Nov. 
1913. 

My Reminiscences. Modem Review, Cal- 
cutta. Series beg. Jan. 1916. 

My Reminiscences; with frontispiece from 
the portrait in colors by Sasi Kumar Hesh. 
The Macmillan Co. N. Y. 1917. 

Nobel Prize Winner. Bookman, Jan. 1914. 

Occident Honors "the soul of Bengal": C. P. 
Gushing. Colliers, Dec. 20, 1913. 

Personality of Tagore: B. K. Roy. Yale 
Rev.. April. 1914. 

Poet Out of the East: A. R. and M. F. Sey- 
mour. Good Housekeep.. Oct. 1916. 

Rabindranath Tagore; the man and his 
poetry; intro. by Hamilton Mabie. Basanta 
Koomar Roy. Dodd, Mead & Co. N. Y. 
1915. 

Rabindranath Tagore; a biographical study. 
Ernest Rhys. The Macmillan Co. N. Y. 1915. 



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1 . Bibiographical — Continued. 

Rabindran Nath Tagore: the Poet Laureate 

of India. Kshitish Chandra Neogy. Open 

Court, March. 1917. 
Rabindranath Tagore; Nobel Prizeman: R. 

Rustomjee. Independent, Nov. 27, 1913. 
Rabindranath Tagore and His Work: E. J. 

Thompson. London Quar. Rev., April, 

1916. 
Rabindranath Tagore in India: Indu Prakas 

Banerji. New England Mag. March, 1914. 
Sir Rabindranath Tagore; his life, personality, 

and genius: K. S. Ramaswami Sastri. 

Ganesh & Co. Madras, India. 
Tagore and His Model School at Bolpur: 

B. K. Roy. Independent, Aug. 3, 1914. 
Tagore and the Renaissance in Bengal: C. F. 

Andrews. Contemp. Rev., June, 1913. 
Tagore — An Oriental Estimate: B. K. Roy. 

Bookman, May, 1915. 
Tagore and India's Message: P. Morris. 

Forum, Dec. 1916. 
Tagore's India: Dhan Gopal Mukerji. Asia, 

Sept. 1920. 
Universal Appeal of the Nobel Prize-winner. 

Cur. Opinion, Jan. 1914. 
Voice from the East: Lyman Abbott. Out- 
look, Dec. 13, 1916. 
Why Tagore is no Longer Sir. Lit. Digest, 

Sept. 27, 1919. 

B. His School at Bolpur. 

Meine Schule. Deutsche Rundschau, April, 
1920. 

Rabindranath Tagore and His Work: E. J. 
Thompson. London Quar. Rev., April, 1916. 

Shanti Niketan; the Bolpur school of Rabin- 
dranath Tagore; il. by Mukul Chandra 
Dey; intro. by Rabindranath Tagore: W. W. 
Pearson. The Macmillan Co. N. Y. 1916. 

Tagore and His Model School at Bolpur: 
B. K. Roy. Independent, Aug. 3, 1914. 

C. His Philosophy. 

Radhakrishnan, Sarvepalli; philosophy of 
Rabindranath Tagore. The Macmillan 
Co. N. Y. 1918. 

Why Pain and Evil are Indispensible, Cur. 
Opinion, Sept. 1913. 

2. Portraits of Tagore. 

Photograph of Tagore in Japan by Bain. Bookman, 

Nov. 1916; Lit. Digest, July 29, 1916; Rev. of 

Revs., Sept. 1916. 
Photograph by C. Crowther; Kobe, Japan. Good 

Housekeeping, Oct. 1916. 
Photograph by Curtis Studio, Seattle. Indepen- 
dent, Oct. 23. 1916. St. Nicholas, Feb. 1917. 
Portrait — From Jo Davidson's Bust of the Poet. 

Lit. Digest, Aug. 21, 1915. 
Tagore in Reading Costume. Inter. Film Service. 

Bookman, Nov. 1916. 
Portrait Taken in Yokohama on His Way to 

America. Bookman, Nov. 1916. 
Portrait Taken in Japan. Cur. Opinion, April, 

1917. As Tagore appeared on landing in San 

Francisco from India. Inter. Film Service. Book- 
man, Nov. 1916. 
Sir Rabindranath Tagore — Portrait in Colored 

Chalks by Jean Parke. Inter. Studio. April, 1917. 
Six Portraits of Sir Rabindranath Tagore: W. 

Rothenstein. The Macmillan Co. N. Y. 1916. 
Engraving by Wm. Rothenstein. Outlook. Nov. 

29, 1913; Bookman, Nov. 1914; Cur. Opinion, 

March, 1913. 
Portrait in Colors by Sasi Kumar Hesh; from "My 

Reminiscences" bv Rabindranath Tagore. The 

Macmillan Co. N. Y. 1917. 
Photograph by Lizzie Caswell Smith. Cur. 

Opinion, Jan. 1914. 
Portrait by Frank Wolcott, Chicago. Lit. Digest, 

Dec. 6, 1913; Colliers, Dec. 20, 1913; Cur. 

Opinion, Dec. 1916. 



2. Portraits of Tagore — Continued. 

Portrait by Frank Wolcott, Chicago; frontispiece to 

Open Court, July 1913. 
Portraits — Drama. May, 1914; Rev. of Revs., 

Aug. 1913; Lit. Digest, Nov. 29, 1913; Cur. 

Opinion, Sept. 1913; Independent, Oct. 2. 1916; 

Survey. Feb. 14, 1914; Rev. of Revs.. Jan. 1914; 

Independent. Nov. 27. 1913; Independent, Aug. 

3, 1914; Sunset, Nov. 1916; Outlook, Dec. 13. 

1916; Inter. Studio, Feb. 1918. 

3. Reviews of. 

A. Biographies. 

1. My Reminiscences. 

The Boyhood of a Hindu Poet. Rev. 
of Revs., May. 1916. 

2. Rhy's Tagore. 

Tagore; poet and mystic; a bibliographi- 
cal study: L. I. Bredvold. Dial, June 
10, 1915. 

Rabindranath Tagore; a biographical 
study: by E. Rhys. Spectator, June 
26, 1915. 

Rabindranath Tagore; a biographical 
study. Sewanee Rev., Jan. 1916. 

3. Roy's Tagore. 

Tagore; poet and mystic: L. I. Bredvold. 

Dial, June 10, 1915. 
Rabindranath Tagore, by B. K. Roy. 

Bookman, Aug. 1915. 

4. Sastri 's Tagore. 

Poet of the Indian People. Rev. of 
Revs., Dec. 1916. 

B. Chitra. 

Tagore as a Playwright, issues a message to 
women. Cur. Opinion, May, 1914. 

C. Crescent Moon. 

Four Books by Rabindranath Tagore. Out- 
look, Jan. 3, 1913. 

Hindu of the Celtic Spirit. Rev. of Revs., 
Jan. 1914. 

Poetry of Tagore: E. J. Brailsford. Liv. Age, 
May 16, 1914; London Quar. Rev., April, 
1914. 

D. Essays and Lectures. 

1. Address at Tokyo. 

India's Message to Japan. Outlook, 
Aug. 9, 1916. 

2. Address on Nationalism. 

Rabindranath Tagore Views the War as 
a World-struggle to be Born Again. 
Cur. Opinion, Dec. 1916. 

3. My Parting Wish for the Women of 

America. 
Tagore's Parting Message for the Wom( 
of America. Cur. Opinion, April, 191 

4. The Stage. 

Tagore on the Spirit of the Hindu Statj 
Rev. of Revs., May, 1916. 

5. Study India's Music; Tagore's Word 

the Western World. 
Tagore Wants a Western Music Mas1 
for India. Cur. Opinion, Feb. 1921. 

E. Fruit-gathering. 

Tagore and the Ancient Books of Indii 
Paul Elmore More. Nation, Nov. 30, 191i 

F. Gardener, The. 

Another Anglo-Indian Nobel Prizeman. Lit, 
Digest, Nov. 29, 1913. 

Four Books by Rabindranath Tagore. Out- 
look, Jan, 3, 1914. 

Lyrics of Rabindranath Tagore. Contemp. 
Rev.. Nov. 1913. 

Poetry of Tagore: E. J. Brailsford. Liv. 
Age. May 16, 1914; London Quar. Rev., 
April. 1914. 

G. Gitanjali. 

Four Books by Rabindranath Tagore. Out- 
look, Jan. 3, 1914. 

Gitanjali: E. Rhys. 19th Cent., April, 
1913. 



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3. Reviews of — Continued. 

Gitanjali; or song offerings of Rabindranath 
Tagore: May Sinclair. No. Am. Rev., 
May. 1913. 
Gitanjali; song offerings. Hibbert, Jr., April, 

1913. 
Gitanjali. Nation, May 15, 1913. 
Gitanjali; song offerings: C. C. Martindale. 

Dublin Rev., Oct. 1913. 
Lyrical Voice of Bengal. Cur. Opinion, 

March, 1913. 
Modern Bengali Mystic: S. G. Dunn. Quar. 

Rev., July, 1913. 
Modern Mysticism: L. Johnson. Quar. 

Rev., Jan. 1914. 
Philosophical Inheritance of Rabindranath 
Tagore: W. S. Urquhart. Inter. Jr. of 
Ethics, April, 1916. 
Poetry of Tagore: E. J. Brailsford. Liv. 
Age, May 16, 1914; London Quar. Rev., 
April, 1914. 
Rabindranath Tagore: Ezra Pound. Fortn. 

Rev., March. 1913. 
Religion of Rabindranath Tagore: J. H. 

Holmes. Bookman. March. 1917. 
Significance of Gitanjali: E. J. Thompson, 

London Quar. Rev., Oct. 1914. 
Tagore and the Ancient Books of India: Paul 
Elmore More. Nation, Nov. 30, 1916. 
H. Home and the World. 

Home and the World par Rabindranath Ta- 
gore : Revue par L. Gillet R. Deux Mondes, 
Jan. 1, 1920. 
Tagore as Novelist. Liv. Age, July 12, 1919. 
I. Lover's Gift and Crossing. 

Poet-seer of Bengal: E. Sapir. Canad. Mag., 
Dec. 1919. 
J. Mashi and Other Stories. 

Poet-seer of Bengal: E. Sapir. Canad. Mag., 
Dec. 1919. 
K. Problem of Evil. 

Oriental Optimist: E. G. Gilbert-Cooper. 
Westm., Dec. 1913. 
L. Sadhana. 

Four Books by Rabindranath Tagore. Out- 
look. Jan. 3. 1914. 
Hindu of the Celtic Spirit. Rev. of Revs. 

Jan., 1914. 
Philosophical Inheritance of Rabindranath 
Tagore: W. S. Urquhart. Inter. Jr. of 
Ethics. April. 1916. 
Poetry of Tagore: E. J. Brailsford. Liv. 
Age. May 16, 1914; London Quar. Rev., 
April, 1914. 
Religion of Rabindranath Tagore: J. H. 

Holmes. Bookman, March, 1917. 
Sadhana. Hibbert Jr., July, 1914; Specta- 
tor. Feb. 14, 1914. 
Tagore 's Answer to the World-riddle. Cur. 

Opinion, Jan. 1914. 
Why Pain and Evil are Indispensible? Cur. 
Opinion, Sept. 1913. 
M. Special. 

Attack on the Tagore Craze. Lit. Digest, 

Aug. 21, 1915. 
Rabindranath Tagore: M. F. Seymour. Dial, 

Feb. 22, 1917. 
Rabindranath Tagore Discovers America: 

B. Millard. Bookman, Nov. 1916. 
Tagore's Philosophy: Lajpat Rai. Nation, 

Jan. 4, 1917. 
Tagore's Writings as a Travesty of the 
Ancient Hindu Scriptures. Cur. Opinion, 
_ Feb. 1917. 

ni. SOME LITERATURE LENDING TO AN 

INTERPRETATION OP TAGORE 
1. Religious Movements of India. 
A. General. 

Modern Religious Movements in India: 
J. N. Farquhar. The Macmillan Co. 
N. Y. 1915. 



1. Religious Movements of India — Continued. 

Papers on Indian Religious Reform; Pt. IV, 

Brahmo Somaj and other modern electic 

systems of Religion in India, ed. 2. 

Christian Lit. Soc. Madras, India. 1893. 

B. Brahmo Somaj. 

Brahmo Somaj, The; Keshub Chunder Sen's 
Lectures. 2d ed. Brahmo Tr. Soc. Cal- 
cutta. 1863. 

Life and Letters of Raja Rammohun Roy. 
Collet. London. 1900. 

New Ideas in India: John Morrison. The 
Macmillan Co. London. 1907. 

New Light in India: R. N. Pari. Overland, 
July, 1908. 

New Religion of India: P. C. Mozoomdar. 
The World's Congress of Religion; intro. 
by M. J. Savage, ch. X. Arena Pub- 
lishing Co. Boston. 1893. 

Prof. Max Muller on Ramkrishna and the 
World on Keshub Chunde Sen: P. C. 
Mozoomdar. Lawrence pr. works. Cal- 
cutta. 1900. 

Review of the World's Religious Congresses: 
L. P. Mercer, p. 137-147. Rand, Mc- 
Nally & Co. Chicago. 1893. 

Some Aspects of British Rule in India: Sud- 
hindra Bose. ch. VIII. Studies in the 
Social Sciences; Bulletin of the Univ. of 
Iowa, vol. V, no. 1. Iowa City, Iowa. 
1916. 

Spiritual Ideas of the Brahmo Somaj: B. R. 
Nargarkar. The World's Congress of 
Religion, ch. X, p. 222. Arena Pub. Co. 
Boston. 1893. 

World's Congress of Religions at the World's 
Columbian Exposition; addresses and pa- 
pers delivered before the Congress. Princi- 
ples of the Brahmo Somaj : Protap Chunder 
Mozoomdar of Calcutta, ed. by Hanson. 
Chicago. 1894. 

2. Literary and Political Movements. 

A. Indian Renaissance. 

Modern Religious Movements in India: J. N. 

Farquhar. The Macmillan Co. N. Y. 

1915. 
Tagore's India: Dhan Gopal Mukerji. Asia, 

Sept. 1920. 
Tagore and the Renaissance in Bengal: C. F. 

Andrews. Contemp. Rev., June, 1913. 

B. Nationalist Movement, 

Administrative Problems of British India: 

Joseph Chailley-Bert. Trans, by Sir 

Wm. Meyer, ch. X. The Macmillan Co. 

London. 1910. 
Analysis of Indian Unrest: S. N. Mitra. 

Fortn.. Jan. & Feb. 1911. 
British Rule in India; condemned by the 

British themselves. Pub. by the Indian 

Nationalist Party. London. 1915. 
Dangerous Unrest in India. Hist. Mag., . 

N. Y. Times. Dec. 1920. 
Future of India, The: Sir S. P. Sinah. Pres. 

Address to the Indian Nat. Congress. 

London. 1916. 
Government of India, The: J. Ramsey Mac- 

donald. Intro, and ch. 17. Huebsch. 

N. Y. 1920. 
India Begins to Uplift Herself: J. B. Pratt. 

World Outlook, May, 1916. 
Indian Nationality: R. N. Gilchrist. Long- 
mans. Green & Co. London. 1920. 
India's Political and Social Discontent. Rev. 

of Revs.. April, 1915. 
India's Silent Revolution: F. B. Fisher. The 

Macmillan Co. N. Y. 1919. 
Indian Unrest; intro. by Sir Alfred Lyall: 

Valentine Chirol. The Macmillan Co. 

London. 1910. 
National Movement in India. Current Hist., 

N. Y. Times, Jan. 1921. 



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2. Literary and Political Movements — Continued. 

Nationalism: Rabindranath Tagore. The 

Macmillan Co. N. Y. 1917. 
New Ideas in India: John Morrison. The 

Macmillan Co. London. 1907. 
New Nationalism in India: B, K. Roy. Open 

Court, Mch. 1917. 
New Soul of India: B. K. Roy. Open Court, 

Aug. 1917. 



2. Literary and Political Movements — Continued. 

Political Future of India, The: Lajpat Rai. 

Huebsch. N. Y. 1919. 
Some Aspects of British Rule in India: Sud- 

hindra Bose. Studies in the Social Sciences; 

Bulletin of the Univ. of Iowa, vol. V, no. 1. 

Iowa City, Iowa. 1916. 
Young, India: Lajpat Rai. Huebsch. N. Y. 

1916. 



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SELECT LIST OF REFERENCES ON PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW 

FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS 

Compiled by Florence C. Bell, Librarian of the U. S. Bureau of Efficiency 

ABBREVIATIONS 

A. J. I. L. — American Journal of International Law. 

A dash ( — ) after date or volume number indicates that the title is still being published. 

The titles marked with a star (*) are publications of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 2 Jackson 
Place, Washington, D. C. A large number of libraries are depositaries for all of the publications of the Endow- 
ment. 

PART II 



21. Oppenheim, Lassa F. L. International law. 2d. ed. 

London, N. Y., Longmans, 1912. 2 v. 

"Professor Oppenheim needs no introduction 
to American readers. The first edition of his 
work, published in 1905-1906, has been a famil- 
iar manual of reference not only for students, for 
whom the author says that the work is particu- 
larly intended, but for advanced scholars, and 
professors as well. The author admits that 
upon the publication of the first edition of the 
work he had received warnings that a compre- 
hensive treatise in two volumes would never be 
read by young students. If the event has 
proved these warnings unfounded, we think it 
largely due to the fact that in the discussion of 
even the most complicated problems of inter- 
national law the author has succeeded in giving 
the proper historical setting to each question, 
with the result that the principle involved is 
more easily discernible. . . . The final chapter 
of the volume [v. 1] which deals with important 
groups of treaties, will be especially valuable to 
students. The section of commercial treaties 
is new, and it is followed by a section describing 
Unions Concerning Common Non-Political 
Interests." Review of v. 1, by C. G. Fenwick, 
A.J. I. L., V. 6: 1054-5, 1912. 

"The second edition of Professor Oppenheim's 
well-known work has already received a cordial 
welcome at the hands of those who have ap- 
preciated his thoughtful and scholarly treatise 
from the time of its first appearance in 1905- 
1906. . . . The chief merit of the present volume 
[v. 2] is the singular skill with which the author 
presents the results of the Second Hague Con« 
ference and of the Declaration of London. '- 
Review of v. 2, by C. G. Fenwick, A. J. I. L., 
V. 7:439-41, 1913. 

22. Phillimore, Robert Joseph. Commentaries upon 

international law. 3d. ed. London, Butter- 
worths, 1879-89. 4 V. 

Volume 4 has title: Commentaries upon inter- 
national law. Private international law or 
comity. 

"It is an endeavor, upon a larger scale than 
has hitherto been attempted in England, to 
reduce ... to a system, the principles and 
precedents of international law." Preface to 
First Edition. 

The plan of the work comprises an inquiry 
into the origin and nature of the laws which 
govern international relations; the subjects of 
these laws, which are the states considered in 



their corporate character; the objects of these 
laws; the duties and rights of the individuals 
who are said to represent a state; public inter- 
national rights, public international law, and 
comity, or private international law. 

23. Picciotto, Cyril M. The relation of international 

law to the law of England and of the United 
States of America. N. Y., McBride, 1915. 
128 pp. 

Contents: General notions; International 
law in courts of prize and admiralty; Inter- 
national law and acts of Parliament in ordinary 
courts; Treaties which require an act of Parlia- 
ment for their enforcement; International law 
and the common law of England; Interna- 
tional law and law of United States. 

The introduction by Professor Oppenheim 
gives an interesting discussion of the relation 
between international law and municipal law. 

24. Ralston, Jackson Harvey. International arbitral 

law and procedure. Boston, Ginn, 1910. 352 pp. 
"It has been the effort in this book to include 
not alone decisions specially relating to arbitral 
law and procedure, but also the opinions, upoi 
points of international law, of the gentlemei 
who have taken part in the settlement of dis 
putes among nations. It has appeared to the 
author that such opinions are worthy of specie' 
respect as being the result of acute legal exami^ 
nation and discussion, and that in themselve 
they furnish as precedents an important basif 
for the international law of the future." Preface^ 

25. Root, Elihu. Addresses on international subjects 

Cambridge, Harvard university press, 191f 

463 pp. 

Among the subjects discussed are the need 
popular understanding of international law, the 
real questions under the Japanese treaty anc 
the San Francisco school board resolution, th€ 
sanction of international law, the relations be 
tween international tribunals of arbitration am 
the jurisdiction of national courts, the basis 
protection to citizens residing abroad, tW 
function of private codification in Internationa 
law, the real significance of the Declaration o^ 
London, Francis Lieber, the real Monrc 
doctrine, the Hague peace conferences, the im- 
portance of judicial settlement, the ethics of the 
Panama question, the obligations of the Unitec' 
States as to Panama Canal tolls, the treaty o^ 
1832 with Russia, the Ship Purchase Bill, the 
declaration of the rights and duties of natioi 
of the American Institute of International LawJ 



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26. Snow, Freeman. International law, ed. by Charles 
H. Stockton. 2d ed. Washington, Govt, print, 
off., 1898. 212 pp. 

These lectures were prepared for the use of 
naval officers. The Appendix contains the 
following documents: Documents and papers 
carried by vessels of the United States; Papers 
carried by foreign vessels in evidence of their 
nationality, etc.: Instructions to blockading 
vessels and cruisers of the United States Navy — 
General Order 492, 1898; The additional articles 
of the Geneva Convention; Decree establishing 
regulations concerning French ports in time of 
war — Special Order No. 54 of 1896; Proclama- 
tion of President of the United States, April 26, 
1898; Neutral vessels of war'entering blockaded 
ports. 
Stocketon, Charles H. Outlines of international 
law. N. Y., Scribner, [cl914]. 616 pp. 

A clear and concise exposition of the essentials 
of international law. The book discusses the 
scope and early history of international law, 
states in international law, intercourse of states 
in time of peace, war-relations of belligerents, 
relations between belligerents and neutrals. 
The Appendices contain the following: 1. The 
recognition of belligerency and of independence; 
2. Convention for the pacific settlement of inter- 
national disputes; 3. International prize-court 
convention signed at The Hague, October 18, 
1907; 4. International Naval Conference 
signed at London, February 26, 1909; 5. Neu- 
trality — Germany and Great Britain. 

"The long and faithful service which Admiral 
Stockton has performed in the field of interna- 
tional law will guarantee to his latest work on 
the subject a cordial reception by the public. 
The present volume now supplants his earlier 
brief Manual of International Law, so well 
known in naval circles. As delegate to the 
London Naval Conference and as lecturer during 
many years at the George Washington Uni- 
versity the author has had experience in con- 
structive as well as in didactic work upon the 
problems of international law. He has not, .how- 
ever, sought to give us a treatise based upon 
individual research work in all of the many 
branches of a greatly ramified subject, but has 
rather chosen to collate from existing works, to 
rearrange, to present obscure questions in clearer 
form, to criticize and to comment." Review, by 
C. G. Fenwick, A. J. I. L., v. 10; 656-7, 1916. 

28. Walker, Thomas Alfred. A history of the law of 

nations, vol. 1, From the earliest times to the 
Peace of Westphalia. Cambridge, The Univers- 
ity press, 1899. 361 pp. 

Gives an excellent account of the work of 
the early publicists. 

29. Westlake, John. The collected papers of John West- 

lake on public international law, ed. by L. Oppen- 
heim. Cambridge, The University press, 1914. 
705 pp. 

Contents: Part 1. Chapters on international 
law — International law in relation to law in 
general; Theory bearing on international law 
down to the renaissance; Ayala, Gentilis, 
Grotius; The Peace of Westphalia and Pufen- 
dorff ; Bynkershoek, Wolff, Vattel; The principles 
of international law; The equality and inde- 
pendence of states; International rights of self- 
. preservation; Territorial sovereignty, especially 
with relation to uncivilized regions; The Empire 
of India; War. Part 2. Miscellaneous papers. 
"When, soon after the death of Professor 
Westlake, the first edition of his Chapters on 
the Principles of International Law was ex- 
hausted, the Syndics of the University Press 
resolved, instead of simply bringing out a 
second edition of this work, to publish a Collec- 



tion of all the smaller contributions of Westlake 
to public international law and to embody there- 
in a new edition of the Chapters on the Principles 
of International Law. . . . Westlake was a most 
profound jurist and thinker, with a very wide 
range of interests. . . . International law is, to a 
great extent, the product of the nineteenth 
century, and Westlake has assisted much in 
developing and shaping it. It was characteristic 
of him that he never evaded difficult problems, 
but sought them out, faced them, and, so to say, 
wrestled with them. It is for this reason that 
almost every page of his works is of imf>ortance; 
every writer on questions of international law 
must take into account the opinion of Westlake 
on the subject concerned. As an authority he 
was recognized all over the world, and his 
counsel was frequently sought by the British 
and by foreign Governments." Editor's Intro- 
duction. 

30. Westlake, John. International law, 2d ed. Cam- 

bridge, The University press, 1910-13. 2v. 

V. 1, Peace; v. 2, War. 

Among the subjects discussed are the sources 
and principles of international law, the classi- 
fication of states, the origin, continuity, and 
extinction of states, the title to state territory, 
minor territorial rights, rivers, the sea, terri- 
torial waters, nationality and alienage, national 
jurisdiction, diplomacy, the political action of 
states, the protection of subjects abroad, inter- 
oceanic ship canals, international arbitration, 
naval war as between belligerents, neutrality. 
Declaration of London and blockade, contraband 
of war, and the open questions of naval war. 

"The aim has been to give a knowledge of the 
most important topics to English university 
students and average Englishmen interested in 
public affairs." Preface to the First Edition. 

"This writer is constantly struck by the full- 
ness of knowledge displayed in the thousands of 
illustrations introduced from actual practice 
where the incidents, poured in a steady stream 
of narrative from the well-filled mind of Professor 
Westlake, give a more complete understanding 
than standard works which have assumed to 
discuss the question at some length." Review 
of First Edition, by C. N. Gregory. A. J. I. L., 
V. 3: 247-50, 1909. 

31. Wheaton, Henry. Elements of international law, 

with notes by Richard Henry Dana. 8th ed. 
Boston, Little Brown, 1866. 749 pp. 

"This edition contains nothing but the text 
of Mr. Wheaton, according to his last revision, 
his notes, and the original matter contributed 
by the editor. . . . The original contributions of 
the editor are all in the form of notes." Editor's 
Preface. 

This is the best edition of this nineteenth- 
century classic of international law. In it the 
original section numbers are retained, and these 
have been referred to by many writers and 
judges. 

32. Wheaton, Henry. History of the law of nations in 

Europe and America from the earliest times to 
the Treaty of Washington, 1842. N. Y., Gould, 
Banks & co., 1845. 797 pp. 

This book contains a valuable introduction 
relating to the history of the European law of 
nations previous to the Peace of Westphalia, 
and gives a summary account of the internation- 
al relations of the Ottoman Empire with the 
other European states, of the transactions relat- 
ing to the interference of the great powers in 
the affairs of Greece and Egy-pt, and of the dis- 
cussions between the United States and Great 
Britain, relating to the right of search as applic- 
able to the African slave trade, termintated by 
the Treaty of Washington in 1842. 



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PRINCIPAL CONTENTS OF THE LIBRARY PRESS, APRIL — JUNE, 1921 

^ A glance at the titles of the principal articles appearing in the library periodicals from month to month 
will help the busy librarian to keep in touch with library progress. 

In some cases we elaborate the title slightly, to give a better understanding of the subject covered by the 
article. 



AMERICAN 

American Library Association Bulletin, March, 1921 

The Swampscott conference, June, 1921. Announce- 
ments and financial reports. 

American Library Association Bulletin, May, 1921 

The Swampscott conference. Program. 

A. L. A. Constitution. 

List of new members. 

Library Journal, March 16, 1921 

Glenn, E. R. High School library book selection (to be 
continued). 

Schinz, A. French literature in 1920 (list). 

Rose, Ernestine. Serving New York's black city. 

Popular names of statutes (cont.). 

Library Journal, April 1, 1921 

Glenn, E. R. High school library book selection (cont.) . 

Popular names of statutes (conclusion). 

Webster, Caroline. A. L. A. hospital service. 

Los Angeles public library, 1872-1920. 

Recent motion pictures based on standard or current 
literature or drama (list). 

Library Journal, April 15, 1921 

Feipel, L: N. Public libraries and new fiction. 

Semen Afanasevich Vengerov, Russian bibliographer, 
1855-1920. 

Wyeth, Ola M. The A. L. A. library in Coblenz. 

Recent motion pictures based on fiction or drama 
(list). 

Cleavinger, J: S. Library assistants and the summer 
school. 

Shannon, Monica. Foreign arts and crafts exhibits at 
Los Angeles. 

Cannon, C. L. Some recent reference books (list). 
Library Journal, May, 1 1921 

Houghton, C. C. What is a special library? 

Anderson, F. and Rachel. Libraries and labor legis- 
lation. 

Fison, H. An inexpensive binding for magazines. 

Moore, Edna G. Detroit's new main library. 

New York public library's report for 1920. 
Library Journal, May 15, 1921 

Andrews, C. W. Economics of library architecture. 

Kwapil, J. F. The "morgue" as a factor in journalism. 

Winslow, Amy. Book appeal of the Indianapolis public 
library. 

Horton, Marion. References on high school libraries 
(list). 

Dana, J: C. Libraries and museums (to be cont.). 

Bowerman, G: F. Salary reclassification legislation. 
Library Journal, June 1, 1921 

Hyde, D. W., Jr. Co-operation between public and 
special libraries. 

Hibbard, G: A new way of dealing with Government 
documents. 

Lacy, Mary G. The library of the U. S. Department 
of Agriculture and its branches. 

Josephson, A. G. S. Cataloging and the library schools. 

Andrews, C. W. The John Crerar library's new build- 
ing. 

Feipel, L: N. Public libraries and the new fiction. 
Library Journal, June 15, 1921 

Wright, Ida F. How a community met a library deficit. 

Dana, J: C. Libraries and museums (cont.). 

Wead, Katharine H. "The four treasuries of literature." 

Pettee, Julia. Wanted — Catalogers. 

Rankin, Rebecca B. Special libraries in New York 
city (list). 

Roden, C. B. The Henry E. Legler regional branch of 
the Chicago public library. 

Dougherty, H. T., and others. Standardization of 
magazine bindings. 

Public Libraries, April, 1921 

Jordan, Lois M. Adventures of a book buyer. 

Newberry, Anna M. Profit in reading for pleasure 
(conclusion) . 

Butterfield, K. L. The individual in the community. 



Public Libraries, May, 1921 

Fundamental principles of modern library service. 

Begole, F. A. Why I am a trustee. 

Shelly, Adah. The librarian and the trustee. 

Jewell, Agnes. Ideal trustee from the librarian's point 

of view. 

Public Libraries, June, 1921 
Williamson, Dr. C. C. Personnel specifications for 

library work: A project. 
Hollands, W. C. Bookbinding economy. 
Preston, Ethel. The opportunities of a librarian as seen 

by a bookseller. 
Ranck, S: H. Library lunch room. 

Special Libraries, January, 1921 
Johnson, W. F. The municipal reference library of 

Toledo. 
Pace, Anna L. Research work in special libraries. 
Taylor, E. Mae. The library of the Philadelphia Elec- 
tric Company. 
Meyer, H. H. B., comp. List of references on power 

transmission as related to belting. 
Day, Mary B. Why the business library pays. 
Applied economics and the oil trade. 
Lee, G: W. The specialized library of yesterday, to-day, 

and to-morrow. 

Special Libraries, February, 1921 
Levin, N. R. Chicago's business library service. 
The International labor office. 
Reynolds, Margaret. Slogans. 
Frick, Eleanor H., and Shearer, Edith L., comp. Selected 

list of books on civil engineering. 
Clelend, H. F. Suggestion for making our scientific 

publications more useful and our post-offices a center 

of information. 

Special Libraries, March, 1921 
Harron, Julia S. How the Cleveland public library 

helps the Cleveland business man. 
Agg, Rachel. A subject mailing list as a library tool. 
Oberly, Eunice R. Certification and- special libraries as 

related to the reclassification problem of Government 

libraries. 
Scott, W: A. Business research — A necessity born of 

competition. 
Lacy, Mary G., comp. Government regulation of 

prices before 1800 A.D. 

Special Libraries, April, 1921 
Carpenter, C: E. The Houghton library, Philadelphia. 
Hepburn, W: M. Agricultural books of 1920 (list). 
Newark (N. J.) Free Library. Business Branch. Busi- 
ness information services. 
West, Clarence J. Reading list on lime. 
Special Libraries, May, 1921 
Councilor, H. J. The nation's medical library. 
Hickam, Maj. H. M. The air service library of the 

U. S. War Department (to be cont.). 
Reynolds, Margaret. The day's work in a bank library. 
Hamlin, Donelda R. Report on the hospital library 

and service bureau. 
May, I. A. Libraries for public utilities. 
News Notes of California Libraries, January, 1921 
Ferguson, M. J. Schools and libraries, their interde- 
pendence not recognized by the committee of the 

State of California. 
Greene, C : S, Certification — A suggestion. 
Peterson, H. C. Researching without the Re. 
News Notes of California Libraries, April, 1921 
Babcock, Mrs. Julia G. Professional ethics trom the 

viewpoint of a head librarian. 
Penley, Mrs. Lavinia B. K. Professional ethics from 

the point of view of the library assistant. 
Illinois Libraries, April, 1921 
Library legislation. 
Library revenue bills. 
Amendment to Juul law. 
Certification of librarians. 



[ay-August, 1921 Principal Contents of the Library Press 



\ 

^■Library Occurrent, Public Library Commission of 
^If Indiana, April, 1921 

Library legislation. 

Levying library taxes. 

Woollen, E. Education for business. 

Rabb. Kate M. The Maclure and township libraries. 

Dinsmoor, Kate. Putting the book across in high school 
^^L libraries. 

^H^aker, Ethel G. Keeping stock records in South Bend 
^^r library. 

Rotation of office on the library board. 

Holden, Edna. Logansport — Cass County library 
service. 

Marble, Elizabeth. The Rising Sun public library and 
Ohio County service. 

Relation between librarian and trustees. 

Iowa Library Quarterly, January-February-March, 
1921 

Brigham, J. The westward course of literature. 

Decline in library morale. 

Miller, Zana, K. Tradition versus common sense in 
the day's work. 

Massachusetts Library Club Bulletin, January- 
March, 1921 
^^Boston meeting of the Massachusetts library club. 
^Bpflassachusetts Library Club Bulletin, March- 
HT June, 1921 

^^Eleport on standardizing magazine bindings. 

Michigan Library Bulletin, March-April, 1921 

I The new Detroit library. 
Books for a farming community. 
Ilinnesota Department of Education, Notes and 
I News, March, 1921 

County libraries. 
Hospital service of the St. Paul public library. 
New Hampshire Public Libraries, Bulletin, June, 

1921 
Quigley, Margery. Library housekeeping. 
New Jersey Library Bulletin, February and May, 

1921 
Wright, Ruth M. Curernt fiction for high schools. 
Child welfare week. 

New Jersey State Department of health. Bureau of 
child hygiene. 



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New York Libraries, February, 1921 

The weak point in library development, and its remedy. 
Hall, Anna G. County libraries — what and why? 
Williams, S. Ideal co-oi)eration between the school 

library of a village or small city and the public library. 

North Carolina Library Bulletin, March, 1921 
Cochran, Helen R. Book repairing. 

Ontario Library Review, February, 1921 
A day with the children in a branch library. 
Story-telling in library work. 
Roberts, Long and Seton: A comparison. 

Ontario Library Review, May, 1921 
Langford, H. D. A defence of Canadian poetry as repre- 
sented in the works of Duncan Campbell Scott. 
Regulations governing grants to public libraries, 1921- 

1922. 
Pennsylvania Library Notes, January, 1921 
Dana, J: C. Meaning of the public library. 
Place and purpose of the public library. 
Carr, J: F. Making Americans (with list of books). 
Ideal trustee from the librarian's p>oint of view. 

South Dakota Library Bulletin, March, 1921 
Recent books worth reading (list). 
South Dakota county library law to go into effect, July 1, 

1921. 
Powers, W: H. Reference books for a small library 

(with list). 
Vermont Free Public Library Commission, Bulle- 
tin, June, 1921 
Richards, Mrs. Helen M. Traveling library notes. 
Hicks, F: C. The privilege of serving. 
Brown, Ruth L. Library work as a profession. 
Wisconsin Library Bulletin, February-March, 1921 
Merrill, Julia W. Businesslike book buying. 
Wolter, P. Book buying from the dealer's standpoint. 
Humble, Marion. The book market in 1921. 

Wisconsin Library Bulletin, April -May, 1921 
Dr. Charles McCarthy. Appreciation of his work. 
Richards. Mrs. H. S. What club women expect of 

librarians. 
Andrews, Gladys M. Relation of the study club to the 

public library. 
Long, Harriet C. How study club work may be done 

in communities without a public library. 
Hazeltine, Mary E. Library school of the University of 

Wisconsin. 



PRINCIPAL CONTENTS OF ENGLISH LIBRARY PERIODICALS 



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Library Association Record, February, 1921 

Lewis, Right Hon. J. H. Address to library students. 
Cooke, Miss A. S. The Gloucestershire rural library 

scheme. 

e provision by public authorities of reading for chil- 
dren. 
Library Association Record, March, 1921 
enkins. Rev. C. Books in early wills. 

OSS, Sir E. D. The school of oriental studies. 
The Library, March, 1921 
Fordham, Sir H. G: The earliest French itineraries, 

1552 and 1591. 
Byrne, M. St. C. Anthony Munday and his books. 
Castro, J. P. de. The printing of Fielding's works. 

The Library, June, 1921 
Gaselee, S, Samuel Pepys's Spanish books. 
Clark, A. C. The reappearance of the texts of the 

classics. 
Dix, E. R. McC. The initial letters and factotums 

used by John Franckton, printer in Dublin (1600-1618). 
Greg, W. W. Notes on old books. 

The Library World, March, 1921 
Wrigley, M. J. The film in relation to the library. 
Publicity methods for public libraries. 
Ormerod, J. The Kardex visible index. 

The Library World, April, 1921 
Bushnell, G: H. The measure of efficiency (in Hbrary 

work) . 
The library and a national system of education. 
Sharp, H: A. Notes on the classification of juvenile 

collections. 



The Library World, May, 1921 

Coupland, W. B. Libraries and the public: Notes on 

present opportunities. 
Book reporting. 

The Library World, June, 1921 
Fearnside, Kate. A librarian's reading. 
Lyell, J. P. R. Early Spanish books in the British 

Museum. 
The Library Association visit to Brussels. 

The Librarian and Book World, March, 1921 
Catching up the past with the future (cont.). 
Ross, J. A select bibliography of the art of printing 
to 1640 (cont.). 
The Librarian and Book World, April, 1921 
County library scheme (to be cont.). 
Ross, J. A select bibliography of the art of printing 
to 1640 (cont.). 
The Librarian and Book World, May, 1921 
Book plates. 

County library scheme (cont.). 
Ross, J. A select bibliography of the art of printing to 

1640 (cont.). 
Reed, Margaret. The loyalty of women in the library 
profession. 

The Library Assistant, April, 1921 
The library policy of the Carnegie United Kingdom trust. 
Sandry, F. E. The influence of the Public libraries 
act (cont.). 

The Library Assistant, May, 1921 
Chubb, L. Public libraries and social service. 
The Library Assistant, June, 1921 
Library assistants' association. Annual report. 1920-21. 



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BIRTHS AND DEATHS 
A RECORD OF NEW TITLES, CHANGED TITLES, AND DEATHS IN THE 

PERIODICAL WORLD 

[To be continued] 



I. New Periodicals 

A. C. L. Forum. American Constitutional League, Mil- 
waukee, Wis. semi-mo., fol., vol. 1, no. 1, D. 1920. $2.00. 

Academic Nacional de Historia. Quito, Ecuador, vol. 
1. no. 1, Jl.-O. 1920. $5.00. 

Ace, The. American Association of Agricultural Col- 
lege Editors, Ithaca, N. Y. mo., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, 
N. 1919. 

Ambassador, The. Boston, Mass. mo. except Jl.- 
Ag., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, S. 1920. 50c. 

American Chamber of Commerce. Information for Mem- 
bers. Milan, Italy, mo., no. 12, Ap. 15, 1920. 

American Chamber of Commerce. Monthly Bulletin. 
Barcelona, Spain. 4to, no. 6, Je. 30, 1920. 

American Journal of Hygiene. Baltimore, Md. bi-mo., 
4to, vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1921. $6.00. 

American Journal of Tropical Medicine. Baltimore, Md. 
vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1921. $5.00. 

American- Polish Chamber of Commerce and Industry, 
Journal. 40 W. 40th St., New York, N. Y. mo., 8vo, 
il., vol. 1, no. 1, S. 1920. $2.00. 

American Shorthand Teacher. 631 S. Wabash Av., 
Chicago, 111. mo., 12mo, vol. 1, no. 1, S. 1920. $1.00. 

American Worker. Philadelphia, Pa. mo., 4to, il., 
vol. 1, no. 1. O. 1920. 

Antiquaries Joiirnal. London, vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1921. 

175. 

Arrow Points. Alabama Anthropological Society, Mont- 
gomery, Ala. mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Jl. 1920. 
Arts, The. 305 Washington St., Brooklyn, N. Y. mo., 

4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, D. 1920. $2.00. 
Asian Review. Tokyo, Japan, vol. 1, no. 1, F. 1920. 

195. 6c^. 
Bantams and Ornamental Fowls. Baltimore, Md. mo., 

8vo., il., vol. 1, no. 1, Mr. 1918. 50c. 
Barron's, The National Financial Weekly. 44 Broad St., 

New York, N. Y. w., fol., vol. 1, no. 1, My. 9, 1921. 

$10.00. 
Biblio, The. Pompton Lakes, N. J. mo., 8vo. vol. 1, 

no. 1. Jl. 1921. $2.50. 
Bruno's Review of Two Worlds. Station D, New Yorlc, 

N. Y. mo., 12mo, vol. 1, no. 1, N. 1920. $2.00. 
BUcherei and Bildungspflege. Leipzig, Germany, vol.1, 

no. 1, Ja. 1921. 20 marks. 
Bticherkiste, Die. Munich, Bavaria, vol. 1, no. 1, 

Ja. 1920. 
Buffalo Magazine of Arts. Buffalo, N. Y. mo., 8vo, il., 

vol. 1, no. 1, N. 1920. $2.00. 
Business Crucible. 327 S. LaSalle St., Chicago, 111. 

mo., vol. 1, no. 1, N. 1920. $2.00. 
Business Personnel. New York, N. Y. mo., 4to, il., 

vol. 1, no. 1, N. 1920. $4.00. 
C. I. T. Technical Journal. Carnegie Institute of Tech- 
nology. Pittsburgh, Pa. quar., 8vo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, 

N. 1920. $1.00. 
Cage Bird World. Baltimore, Md. mo., 8vo, il., vol. 1, 

no. 1, S. 1919. $1.00. 
Colombian Review, The. New York, N. Y. mo., 4to, il., 

vol. 1, no. 1, [Je.] 1920. 
Co-operators' Herald, The. Fargo, N. D. w., fol., il., 

vol. 1, no. 1, O. 3, 1913. 
Corporations. Atlantic City, N. J. mo., 4to, vol.1, no. 1, 

S, 1920. $5.00. 
Creamline, The. Houston, Texas, mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, 

no..l,D. 1919. 
Credit. New York, N. Y. w., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, F. 16, 

1920. 
Crescent Bulletin, The. New Orleans, La., mo., Svo, vol. 

1, no. 1, O. 1920. $1.00. 
Crimson Bull, The. Indiana University, Bloomington, 

Ind. mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, O. 1920. $2.00. 
Drama Brochure. Waterloo, la. mo., Svo, vol. 1, 

no. 1, Ap. 1920. $1.00. 



Economica. London. 3 nos. a year. no. 1, Ta' 

1921. 
Farm Mechanics. 1827 Prairie Av., Chicago, 111. mo., 

4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, My. 1919. $1.00. 
Floor Covering Blue Book. New York, N. Y. mo., 4to, 

il., vol. 1, no. 1, D. 1920. $2.00. Trade. 
Florida Zephyr. Crooked Lake, Fla. mo., 4to, il., 

vol. 1, no. 1, S. 1920. $2.00. 
French Quarterly, The. London and New York, quar., 

8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1919. 
Gadabout. 42 W. 39th St.. New York, N. Y. mo., Svo, 

vol. 1, no. 1, S. 1920. $2.50. 
Germany. Statisches Reichsamt. Wirtschaft und Statis- 

tik. Berlin, mo., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1921. 
Glass Industry. New York, N. Y. mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, 

no. 1, N. 1920. $2.00. 
Gospel Star, The. Chicago, 111. mo., Svo, il., vol. 1, 

no. 1, S. 1920. 10c. no. 
Harvard Library Notes. Cambridge, Mass. Svo., vol. 

1, no. 1, Je. 1920. 
Indianian, The. Indianapolis, Ind. mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, 

no. 1, Ag. 1920. $1.00. 
Industrial Betterment. Detroit, Mich, irreg., 12mo, 

vol. 1, no. 1, O. 5, 1920. 
I talo- American Observer, The. 1 Walker St., Cambridge, 

Mass. 8 nos. a year, Svo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, My. 1919. 50c. 
Junior Pupil's Text Book. Cincinnati, O. quar., Svo, 

il., vol. 1, no. 1, O.-D. 1919. 12c. per quarter. 
Junior Teacher's Text Book. Cincinnati, O. quar., 

Svo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, O.-D. 1919. 30c. per quarter. 
Kelly Field Eagle. Kelly Field, Tex. w., fol., il., vol. 1, 

no. 1, Ap. 25, 1918. 
Kelly's Monthly Trade Review. London, mo., Svo, il., 

vol. 1, no. 1, N. 1914. 
Lutheran, The. Philadelphia, Pa. w., 4to, il., vol. 1, 

no. 1, My. 1, 1919. Consolidation of The Lutheran, 

The Lutheran Church Visitor, and The Lutheran 

Church Work and Observer. 
Maine Spring Magazine. University of Maine, Orono, 

Me. quar., Svo, vol. 1, no. 1, D. 1920. $1.00. 
Manufacturing Jeweler Exporter. Providence, R. I. 

every 6 mos., Svo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, N. 1919. 25c. 
Marine Corps Gazette, The. 227 S. 6th St., Philadelphia, 

Pa. quar., Svo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Mr. 1916. $2.00. 
Minnesota Techno-Log. University of Minnesota, Minne- 
apolis, Minn. mo. during school year, 4to, il., vol. 1, 

no. 1, N. 1920. $1.50. 
Modern Health Advocate. New York, N. Y. mo., 12mo, 

vol 1, no. 1, D. 1920. $1.50. 
Motion-Play Magazine. New York, N. Y. w., fol., 

vol. 1, no. 1, N. 7, 1920. 
Nuovo Patto, II. Via Po 49, Rome, mo., Svo, il., vol. 1, 

no. 1, Ap. 1918. L. 1.50. 
Optimist Fly Paper. Milwaukee, Wis. mo., Svo, il., 

vol. 1, no. 1, O. 1920. 5c no. 
Pacific Review, The. University of Washington, Seattle, 

Wash, quar., Svo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Je. 1920. $3.00. 
Patriotic Service. 2745 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

w., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, S. 1917. 5c no. 
Pilgrim, The. London, quar., Svo, vol. 1, no. 1, O. 

1920. 85c no. 
Print Connoisseur, The. 154 E. 38th St., New York, 

N. Y. quar., Svo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, O. 1920. $5.00. 
Prison, Journal, The. 119 S. 4th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

quar., Svo, vol. 1, no. Jf, Ja. 1921. 50c. 
Retort, The. Research Division, U. S. A., Washington, 

D. C. w., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, O. 6, 1918. 
Riverside Review, The. Duluth, Minn, mo., 4to, il., 

vol. 1, no. 1, Ap. 1918. $1.00. 
St. Aignan Windmill. St. Aignan, France, fol., il., 

vol. 1, no. 1, My. 21, 1919. 
Sales Management. Chicago, 111. mo., 4to, 11., vol. 1, 

no. 1, O. 1918. 



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Scientific Agriculture and La Revue Agronomiuqe Canad- 

ienne. Garden ville, P. Q. 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 

1921. S2.00. 
Shafer Service Magazine. Omaha, Neb. mo., 4to, il., 

vol. 1, no. 1, O. 1920. $1.00. 
Successful Writing. 15 W. 6th St., Cincinnati, O. mo., 

8vo. vol. 1. no. 1, D. 1920. $3.00. 
Surco, El. Buenos Aires, mo., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, N. 

1920. $2.50. 
Today. Association of Army and Navy Stores, Inc. 

New York, N. Y. bi-mo., 24mo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, 

N. 1920. $2.00. 
Tourist News. St. Petersburg, Fla. mo. May-Dec, 

w. Dec-May, 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, D. 4, 1920. $3.00. 
Utica Christian Magazine, The. LFtica, N. Y. mo., 

;8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, Jl. 1913. 
V. R. I. Review, The. Victorian Railways Institute, 

Melbourne, Aust. mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, F. 1911. 
Vie Technique et Industrielle, La. Paris, vol. 1, no. 1, 

1919. 40 frcs. 

Watervliet Arsenal Mortar. Watervliet, N. Y. w., 4to, 

vol. 1, no. 1, My. 1918. 
What's What. Pittsburgh, Pa. mo., fol., vol. 1, no. 1, N. 

1920. 10c. no. 

William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine. 
Williamsburg, Va. quar., Svo, second series vol. 1, 
no. 1. Ja. 1921. $4.00. 
Wisconsin Law Review. University of Wisconsin, Madi- 
son, Wis. quar., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, O. 1920. 
^^^ankee Flare, The. Camp Devens, Mass. semi- mo., 
■|4to. il., vol. 1, no. 1, Ap. 10, 1919. 

^H II. Changed or Discontinued 

^^Mtnerican Social Hygiene Association, Bulletin. New 
^K^ York. Changed to The Social Hygiene Bulletin with 
Ja. 1917. 

Athenaeum, The. London. Discontinued with no. 
4737. F. 11, 1921. Combined with The Nation. 

British Library of Political Science. Bulletin. London. 
Suspended with July 1914. Resumed publication 
with N. 1919. 

Cartoons Magazine. Chicago. Changed to Wayside 
Tales and Cartoons Magazine with Ag. 1921. 

Everyland. New York. Suspended with Jl. 1920. 

Everyman. London. Discontinued with vol. 15, no. 12, 
S. 4, 1920. 

Filing. New York. Changed to Filing and OflEice Man- 
agement with Je. 1921. 

Gas Engine. Cincinnati. Changed to Oil Field Engi- 
neering with My. 1921. 
Harvey's Weekly. New York. Discontinued with vol. 

4, no. 17, Ap. 23, 1921. 
Hearst's Magazine. New York. Changed to Hearst's 
International Magazine with My. 1921. 

Institut Solvay. Institut de Sociology. Bulletin. Brus- 
sels. Discontinued with vol. 5, no. 33, Jl. 1914. 
(Correction.) 

Journal of Agriculture. St. Louis. Merged in The 
Missouri Ruralist with vol. 62, no. 15, F. 1, 1921. 
(Retains volume numbering of The Journal of Agri- 
culture.) 



Journal of Sociology. Easton, Pa. Discontinued with 
vol. 23. Je. 1919. 

Kelly Field Eagle. Kelly Field, Tex. Discontinued 
with vol. 3, My. 22, 1919. 

Little Story Magazine. Philadelphia. Changed to Brief 
Stories with Jl. 1921. 

Metal Trades. San Francisco. Changed to Western 
Machinery World with vol. 12, no. 6, Je. 1921. 

Modern Medicine. Chicago. Changed to The Nation's 
Health with vol. 3, no. 5. My. 1921. 

Ohio Law Bulletin. Norwalk, O. Consolidated with 
Ohio Law Reporter. Cincinnati, and called Ohio Law 
Bulletin and Reporter, with My. 9. 1921. 

Pacific Rice Courier, The. San Francisco. Merged in 
The Rice Bowl and called The Rice Bowl and Pacific 
Rice Courier, with vol. 4. no. 1, Ap. 1921. 

Parisienne, The. New York. Changed to The Follies 
with Jl. 1921. 

Photoplay Journal, The. Philadelphia. Discontinued 
with My. 1921. 

Photo playwright, The. Los Angeles. Changed to The 
Photodramatist with My. 1921. 

Pioneer of Simplified Spelling, The. London. Discon- 
tinued with vol. 6. F. 1918. 

Print Collectors' Quarterly, The. New York. Resumed 
publication in London, with vol. 8, no. 1, Ap. 1921. 

Pro, The. New York. Changed to Course and Club- 
house with Ja. 1919. 

Retort, The. Washington. Discontinued with no. 8, 
D. 7. 1918. 

Rural Manhood. New York. Merged in Association 
Men with Ja. 1921. 

Russian Outlook, The. London. Discontinued with 
vol. 3. no. 72. S. 18. 1920. 

St. Aignan Windmill. St. Aignan, France. Discon- 
tinued with no. 5. Je. 18, 1919. 

Standard Fashion Book. New York, Merged in Designer 
Quarterly with Spring no., 1921. 

System on the Farm. New York. Merged in Field 
Illustrated with F. 1921. 

Teachers' Music Standard. Hudson. N. C. Discon- 
tinued with vol. 2. My. 1919. 

Teepee Book, The. Sheridan, Wyo. Discontinued with 
vol. 2, D. 1916. 

Textile World Journal. New York. Changed to Tex- 
tile World with F. 5. 1921. 

Tokyo Chemical Society, Journal. Changed to Chemical 
Society of Japan, Journal, with vol. 42, no. 1, Ja. 
1921. 

Touchstone. New York. Discontinued with vol. 8, 
no. 5, Feb. 1921. Merged in The Arts. 

Turner Family Magazine. Pompton Lakes, N. J. Dis- 
continued with no. 6, 1917. 

Unpartizan Review. New York. Discontinued with 
vol. 15, no. 1, Ja.-Mr. 1921. 

Upton Sinclair's Magazine. Pasadena. Discontinued 
with no. 10. F. 1919. 

Watervliet Arsenal Mortar. Watervliet. N. Y. Discon- 
tinued with no. 17, Ja. 11, 1919. 

Yankee Flare, The. Camp Devens, Mass. Discon- 
tinued with no. 4, My. 22. 1919. 



QUARTERLY DRAMATIC 

Actors and actresses. 

Brightest stars of a brilliant theatrical year in New 

York. il. Woman's H. C. 48: Ap. '21, 55. 
Reminiscences of actors of former times. W: O. 
Bates, il. Drama 11: 305-7, 333, Je. '21. 
Adair, Josephine, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 332, My. '21. 
Agamemnon, tragedy by Aeschylus. 

Production at Cambridge, Eng., Mr. '21. Spectator 
126: 331, Mr. 12, '21. 
Albee, E. F., manager. 

How he makes vaudeville a national influence in 
American community life. por. il. Nat'l M. 
50: 21-2, Ap. '21. 
Ames, Robert, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 398. Je. '21. 



INDEX, APRIL-JUNE, 1921 



Andrews, Ann, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 696, My. '21. 
Anglin, Margaret, actress. 

Portrait as Clytemnestra. Mus. Cour. 82: Mr. 24, 

'21, 45. 
Portrait as Joan of Arc. Theatre 33: 315, My. '21. 
Work of. L. Lewisohn. Nation 112: 631, Ap. 27. '21. 
Annunzio, Gabriele d' (Gaetano Rapagnetto [Bapa- 
cetta]), 1S63-. 
D'Annunzio's latest dramatic exploit, por. R. Al- 
trocchi. Drama 11: 26S-9, My. '21. 
Anthony and Cleopatra, play by W: Shakespeare. 
Production at New theatre, Oxford, Eng. Spectator 
126: 235. F. 19. '21. 
Arliss, George (Andrews), actor and dramatist, 1868-. 
Portrait (in group) in The green goddess. Munsey 72: 
498, Ap. '21. 



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Arthur, Julia (Mrs. B: P. Cheney), actress, 1869-. 

Portrait as Lady Macbeth. Theatre 33: 250, Ap. '21. 
Banymore, Ethel (Blythe), actress, 1879-. 
Interview. Theatre 34: 32, 62, Jl. '21. 
Portrait as the Spirit of Equity. Theatre 34: 18, 
Jl. '21. 
Barrymore, John (Blythe), actor, 1882-. 

Portrait as Romeo. Theatre 34: 19, Jl. '21. 
Barrymore, Lionel (Blythe), actor. 

Portrait as Macbeth. Cur. Opin. 70: 496, Ap. '21. — 
Theatre 33: 251, Ap. '21. 
Bayes, Nora (Goldberg) (Mrs. H. Clarke), actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 258, Ap. '21. 
Beecher, Margaret, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 322, Mr. '21. 
Beggar's opera. The, play by J: Gay. 

Review. Myra Reynolds, il. Drama 11: 227-31, 
Ap. '21. 
Ben-Ami, actor. 

And the tragic mask. P. Loving. Drama 11: 326- 
7, Je. '21. 
Beresford, Vera, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 408, Je. '21. 
Bill of divorcement. A, play by Clemence Dane. 
Description, il. Graphic: 103: 350(i), Mr. 19, '21. 
Production at St. Martin's theatre, London. Spectator 

126: 460-61, Ap. 9. '21. 
Scene from (picture). Graphic 103: 615, My. 21, 

'21. — 111. Lond. N. 158: 478. Ap. 9, '21. 
Review. 111. Lond. N. 158: 432, Ap. 2, '21. 
Binney, Constance, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 37, Jl. '21. 
Blackmer, Sidney, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 407, Je. '21. 
Blinn, Holbrook, actor, 1872-. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 337, My. '21. 
Blue bird, drama by M. Maeterlink. 

Chinese production "Lan Niouer." Grace Boynton. 
il. Drama 11: 237, Ap. '21. 
Blue eyes, musical comedy by L. Gordon, L. Clemens, 
and I. B. Kornblum. 
Production at Casino theatre, N. Y. city. il. Theatre 
33:340-41, My. '21. 
Blythe, Betty, actress. 

Portrait as the Queen of Sheba. Theatre 33: 423, Je. 
'21. 
Bolton, Guy, playwright. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 664, My. '21. 
Bolton, Helen, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 14, Jl. '21. 
Bonds of interest. The, comedy by J. Benavente. 

Review. E. Glass. Poet Lore 32: 244-50, Summer, '21. 
Booth, Edwin (Thomas), actor, 1833-93. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 28, Jl. '21. 
Brady, Alice (Mrs. J. L. Crane), actress, 1892-. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 333, My. '21. 
Brady, Peggy, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 500, Ap. '21. 
Browne, Porter Emerson, playwright. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 668, My. '21. 
Buchanan, Thompson, dramatist, 1877-. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 674, My. '21. 
Carlyle, Wanda, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 328, Mr. '21. 
Carpenter, Edward Childs, dramatist, 1872-. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 670, My. '21. 
Caruso, Enrico, opera singer, 1873-1921, 

Biographical sketch, por. Etude 39: 306(i), My. '21. 
Portrait. Mus. Cour. 82: Ap. 21, '21, 45. 
Chaplin, Charles, actor, 1889-. 

Portrait in The Kid. Theatre 33: 272, Ap. '21. 
Chase, Arline, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 332, My. '21. 
Chase, Cora, opera singer. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 335, My. '21. 
Chatterton, Ruth, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 323, Mr. '21. — Theatre 34: 
26, Jl. '21. 
Childers, Naomi, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 329, Mr. '21. 



Circle, The, play by W: S. Maugham. 
Praise. Graphic 103: 320(i), Mr. 12, '21. 
Production at Haymarket theatre, London. III. Lond. 
N. 158: 354(i), Mr. 12, '21. — Spectator 126: 396, 
Mr. 26, '21. 
Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 103: 408, Ap. 2, 
•21. — 111. Lond. N. 158: 478, Ap. 9, '21. 
Clair de lune, play by Michael Strange, adapted from 
novel. The man who laughs, by V. Hugo. 
Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 77: 648(1), My. 

5, '21. 
First night of. Bookman 53: 381, Je. '21. 
Plot and excerpts, il. Cur. Opin. 71: 55-63, Jl. '21. 
Production at Empire theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 83: 697(H), Ap. 23, '21. — Theatre 33: 417, 
458, Je. '21. 
Review. L. Lewisohn. Nation 112: 672, My. 4, '21. 
Claire, Ina (Fagan), actress, 1892-. 
Portrait. Munsey 72: 707, My. '21. 
Clarke, Marguerite (Mrs. H. P. Williams), actress, 
1887-. 
Portrait. Theatre 33: 350, My. '21. 
Clift, Anna May, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 317, Mr. '21. 
Cloister, The, play by E. Verhaeren. 

Production at Garrick theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 83: 1001, 1022, Je. 11, '21. 
Cohan, George Michael, actor and manager, 1878-. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 660, My. '21. 
CoUenette, Beatrice, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 704, My. '21. 
Common ground, one-act play by Eleanor Whiting. 

Text. Poet Lore 32: 140-47, Spring, '21. 
Conroy, Prank, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 27, Jl. '21. 
Cooper, Violet Kemble, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 33, Jl. '21. 
Cradle song, play by J. G. Underbill, adapted from the 
Spanish of Sierra. 
Production at Times Square theatre, N. Y. city. 
Theatre 33: 340(M). My. '21. 
Crane, Frank, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 337, My. '21. 
Craven, Frank, actor and playwright. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 659, My. '21. — Theatre 33: 
337, My. '21. 
Crews, Laura Hope, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 697, My. '21. — ;,Mus. Cour. 

82: My. 5, '21, 56. 
Portrait in Mr. Pim passes by. Outlook 127: 627, 
Ap. 20, '21. 
Crothers, Rachel, dramatist, 1878-. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 667, My. '21. 
Daly, Arnold, actor. 

Portrait in The tavern. Theatre 33: 405, Je. '21. 
Daniel, play by L: Verneuil. 

Madame Bernhardt in. Nation (Lond.) 29: 67-8, 
Ap. 9, '21. 
Davies, (Doris) Marion, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 708, My. '21. 
Dawn, Hazel (Tout), actress, 1891-. 
Portrait. Munsey 72: 505, Ap. '21. 
Dean, Priscilla, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 318, Mr. '21. 
Deiska, dancer. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 245, Ap. '21. 
Diff'rent, drama by E. O'Neill. 

Production at Selwyn theatre, N. Y. city. Theatre 
33: 261, Ap. '21. 
Dilson, John H., actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 331, My. '21. 
Dinehart, Alan, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 247, Ap. '21. 
Drama. 

The artist and the drama. C. L. Eraser. Spectator 

126: 107, Ja. 22, '21. 
Italy's new music-drama. Henrietta Straus. Nation 

112: 822, Je. 8, '21. 
Symbolistic drama of to-day. Juliet L. Knapp. Poet 
Lore 32: 201-33, Summer, '21. 



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Drama in America. 

Revivals. L. Lewisohn. Nation 112: 719. My. 18, '21. 
Theatre soliloquies. G. Zilboorg. Drama 1 1 : 225-6, 
256, Ap. '21, and following issues. 
Drama, Community. 

Recent progress in community music and drama. 
Cecil Fanning. Poet Lore 32: 149-52, Spring, '21, 
Seattle, Wash. Japanese dramatic society, Work of. 
G. Hughes, il. Drama 11: 273-5, My. '21. 
Drinkwater, John, poet and dramatist, 1882-. 

Historic figures on the stage, por. Theatre 33: 394, 

448. Je. '21. 
Portrait. Cur. Opin. 70: 637, My. '21. 
Eagels, Jeanne, actress, 1894-. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 501, Ap. '21. 
Eames, Clare, actress. 

Portrait in Mary Stuart. Collier's 67: My. 7, '21, 
15.— Drama 11: 267, My. '21.— Outlook 128: 13. 
My. 4, '21. 
Eltinge, Julian (W: B. Dalton), actor, 1883-. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 83: 661, Ap. 16, '21. —in 
female costume. Theatre 34: 15, Jl. '21. 
Enchanted thorn. The, drama by J: Kearns. 

Plot. il. Drama 11: 324-5. Je. '21. 
Fantasie impromptu, The, one-act play by Rosalind 
Ivan. 
Text. Drama 11 : 233-6, Ap. '21. 
Faun, The, poetic drama by Hortense Flexner. 

Text. il. Drama 11: 311-18, Je. '21. 
Fenton, Alva, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 701, My. '21. 
First year. The, comedy by F. Craven. 

Plot and excerpts, il. Theatre 33: 402, 406, 410, 
412, Je. '21. 
Fisher, Robert, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 346, My. '21. 
Fiske, Minnie Maddern (Marie Augusta Davy) 
(Mrs. Harrison Grey Fiske), actress, 1865-. 
Portrait. Theatre 33: 325. My. '21. 
Fontaine, Lynn, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 404, Je. '21. 
Fox, Lucy, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 425, Je. '21. 
Gale, Marie, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 331, My. '21. 
Gale, Zona, author and playwright, 1874-. 

Life and work. por. K. Sumner. Am. M. 91: Je. 

21, 34-5. 137-41. 
Portra.it. Cur. Opin. 70: 493, Ap. '21. 
Galsworthy, John, author and playwright, 1867-. 
Some impressions of. St. J: Ervine. No. Am. 213: 
371-84, Mr. '21. 
Gateson, Marjorie, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 507, Ap. '21. 
Q^rvais, Blanche, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 336, My. '21. 
Ghost between, The, comedy by V. Lavio-ence. 
Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 77: 500(>^). Ap. 

7, '21. 
Production at 39th street theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 83: 561(i), Mr. 26, '21. — il. Theatre 33: 
411. 458. 460. Je. '21. 
Gillmore, Ruth, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 346, My. '21, 
Gilpin, Charles S., actor. 

Life and work. por. Mary B. Mullett. Am. M. 
91: Je. '21. 54-5. 133-6. 
Gish, Dorothy (Mrs. J. Rennie), actress, 1897-. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 350, My. '21. 
Gish, Lillian D., actress, 1896-. 

Portrait. Am. M. 91: Je. '21, 35. 
Glendenning, Ernest, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 337, My. '21. 
Goddard, James, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 82: My. 12, '21, 1. 
Gold, drama by E. G. O'Neill. 

Criticism. R. C. Benchley. Life 77; 876(J). Je. 16, 

'21. 
Production at Frazee theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 83: 1001(H). Je. H. '21. 



Gold — contin ued. 

Review. L. Lewisohn. Nation 112: 902(J), Je. 22, '21. 
Gordon, Jeanne, opera singer. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 335, My. '21. 
Graves, Ralph, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 350. My. '21. 
Griffith, David Wark, motion-pitcure producer. 
Life and work. por. Mary B. Mullett. il. Am. 
M. 91: Je. '21. 32-5. 144-8. 
Guibour, French miracle play. 

Production at Thirty-ninth street theatre, N. Y. city. 
il. Theatre 33: 239, 298. 304. Ap. "21. 
Hal6v7, Jacques Frangois Fromental Elie, composer, 
1799-1862. 
His life and operas. W. Rieck. il. Mus. Cour. 82: 
Je. 16. '21. 6-8. 
Hampden, Walter (Dougherty), actor, 1879- . 

Walter Hampden and the American stage, pors. 
as Hamlet and Macbeth. Outlook 128: 100, My. 
18, '21. 
Portrait as Macbeth. Dram. Mir. 83: 830, My. 14, 
'21. — Theatre 33: 391, Je. '21. 
Hanley, Jack, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 407, Je. '21. 
Harvard, Sue, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 82: My. 19, '21, 1. 
Heart of a child. The, play by Frank Danby. 
Review. Spectator 126: 429, Ap. 2, '21. 
Scene from (picture). Graphic 103: 530, Ap. 30, '21; 
103:555. My. 7. '21. 
Hempel, Frieda, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 82: Mr. 17, '21, 7. 
Hibbard, Edna, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 336. My. '21. 
Hilltop, one-act play by Louise A. Garnett. 

Text. il. Drama 11 : 277-83, My. '21. 
Hines, Elizabeth, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 408, Je. '21. 
Holt, Helen, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 510, Ap. '21. 
Hopwood, Avery, dramatist. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 675. My. '21. 
Hotheads, The, drama by J. Faller. 

Production at Shubert-Belasco theatre, Washington. 
Dram. Mir. 83: 1037. 1058. Je. 18, '21. 
Howard, Kathleen, opera singer. 

How shall I become a great singer? Ladies' H. J. 
38: Ap. '21, 21, 120. 
Humpty Dumpty, fantasy by B. Bloch. 
Text. Poet Lore 32: 76-97, Spring, '21. 
Hurlbut, Gladys, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 14, Jl. '21. 
Hustings, Lucille, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 331, My. '21. 
Ibsen, Henrik (Johan), author and dramatist, 1828- 
1906. 
The problem of individualism in relation to society 
in Ibsen, Maeterlinck, and Hauptmann. Genieve 
M. Allen. Poet Lore 32: 262-6, Summer '21. 
Ideal husband. An, drama by O. Wilde. 

Comment. R. C. Benchley. Life 77: 572-3, Ap. 21, '21. 
In the night watch, drama by M. Morton, adapted 
from La veille d' armes by Farrere and Nepoty. 
Production at Century theatre, N. Y. city. Theatre 
33: 264, Ap. '21. 
Inheritors, play by Susan Glaspell. 

Plot. L. Lewisohn. Nation 112: 515, Ap. 6, '21. 
Iphigenia in Aulis, tragedy by Euripides, with music 
by W. Damrosch. 
Production by Margaret Anglin at Manhattan opera 
house, N. Y. city. Dram. Mir. 83: 660(M). Ap. 16, 
'21. — L. Lewisohn. Nation 112: 631(H). Ap. 27, 
'21. — Theatre 33: 415-16, Je. '21. 
It's spring, fantasy by Claudia L. Harris. 

Text. Drama 11: 245-50. Ap. '21. 
It's up to you, musical comedy by A. MacHugh, D. 
Leavitt, and M. Klein. 
Criticism. R. C. Benchley. Life 77: 536, Ap. 14, '21. 
Production at Casino theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. Mir* 
83: 601(H). Ap. 2, '21. 



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Johan Ulfstjerna, drama by T. Hedberg, tr. by Helga 
Colquist. 
Text. Poet Lore 32: 1-63, Spring, '21. 
June love, musical comedy by O. Harbach, W. H. 
Post and R. Friml. 
Criticism. R. C. Benchley. Life 77: 688(H). My. 12, 

•21. 
Production at Knickerbocker theater, N. Y. city. 
Dram. Mir. 83: 733(H), Ap. 30, '21.-11. Theatre 
34: 9, 30. Jl. '21. 
Just married, comedy by Adelaide Mathews and 
Ann Nichols. 
Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 77: 688(H). My. 

12. '21. 
Production at Comedy theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 83: 733(H). Ap. 30. '21. — Theatre 34: 9, 30, 
60. Jl. '21. 
Kaddara, opera by N. Hansen and H. Borresen. 
Description, il., Graphic 103: 547, My. 7, '21. 
Keane, Doris (Mrs. B. Sydney), actress. 
Portrait. Munsey 72: 703, My. '21. 
Portrait in Romance. Theatre 33: 341, My. '21, 
Keers, Helen, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 331, My. '21. 
Kennedy, Madge (Mrs. H. Bolster), actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 502, Ap. '21. — Theatre 33: 
404. Je. '21. 
Kenyon, Doris, actress, 1897-. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 332, My. '21. 
King, AUyn, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 319, Mr. '21. 
King Henry IV, play by W: Shakespeare. 

Production at Court theatre, London, il. Graphic 
103: 260(i). F. 26, '21. — Spectator 126: 267, F. 26, 
•21. 
Knave of diamonds, The, play from the novel by 
Ethel M. Dell. 
Scene from (picture). Graphic 103: 530, Ap. 30, '21; 
103: 622, My. 21, '21. — 111. Lond. N. 158: 674, 
My. 21, '21. 
Kruger, Otto, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 21, Jl. '21. 
Kummer, Clare, dramatist. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 665, My. •21. 
Work of. A. J. Beckhard. Bookman 53: 276-7. 
My. '21. 
Lake, Alice, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 706, My. '21. 
Lammas eve, fantasy by Edith Randolph. 
Text. Poet Lore 32: 288-306, Summer '21. 
Langtry, Lily (Emile Charlotte le Breton) (Lady 
Hugo de Bathe), actress, 1852-. 
Portrait. Theatre 34: 28, Jl. '21. 
Larrimore, Francine (Adler), actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 699, My. '21. 
La Rue, Grace, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 324, Mr. '21. — Mus. Cour. 
82: Mr. 24. '21, 40. — Theatre 33: 259, Ap. '21. 
Last waltz. The, musical comedy by H. Atteridge, 
E. Dunn, and O. Straus. 
Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 77: 760(§), My. 

26. '21. 
Production at Century theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 83: 817(i), My. 14, '21. 
Lawrence, Margaret (Mrs. O. D. Munn), actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 404, Je. '21. 
Lawrence, William, actor. 

Portrait as Joshua Whitcomb in The old homestead. 
Nat'l. M. 50: 42, Ap. '21. 
Liliom, play by F. Molnar. 

Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 77(i), My. 5, '21. 
Production at Fulton theater, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 83: 733(H). Ap. 30, '21. — Dram 11: 308-10, 
Je. '21. — L. Lewisohn. Nation 112: 695, My. 11, 
'21. — il. Theatre 34: 5. 29. 31, Jl. '21. 
Story of. il. Outlook 128: 153-4, My. 25, '21. 
Lipkovska, Lydia, actress. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 82: Mr. 17, '21, 18. 
Love among the paint-pots, play by Gertrude E. 
Jennings. 



Love among the paint-pots — contimied. 

Production at Aldwych theatre, London. 111. Lond. 
N. 158: 658(H). My. 14. '21. 
Love for love, play by W: Congreve. 

Review. Spectator 126: 428-9, Ap. 2, '21. 
Lubovska, Desiree, dancer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 82: Ap. 21, '21, 28. 
Macbeth, drama by W: Shakespeare. 

Production by Arthur Hopkins at Apollo theatre, 
N. Y. city. R. M. Weaver. Bookman 53: 273-4. 
My. '21. — il. Cur. Opin. 70: 495-8, Ap. '21.— 
Forum 65: 461-3, Ap. '21. — Theatre 33: 298, Ap. 
21. 
Production by W. Hampden at Broadhurst theatre, 
N. Y. city. Dram. Mir. 83: 697(H). Ap. 23, '21. — 
Theatre 34: 29(0. Jl- '21. 
McComas, Carroll, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 331, Mr. '21. 
Maclaren, Ian, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 398, Je. '21. 
Mackay, Elsie (Mrs. L. Atwill), actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 503, Ap. '21. — Theatre 33: 
333. My. '21. 
McLean, Joan, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 332, My. •21. 
Magic theatre, The, play by Edith Fahnstock and 
Florence D. White, tr. from El Retablo de las 
Maravillas by Cervantes. 
Text. Poet Lore 32: 234-43, Summer '21. 
Manners, Lady Diana, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 347, My. '21. 
Manning, Natalie, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 321. Mr. '21. 
Marionettes. 

Play writing for the puppet theatre, il. Cur. Opin. 
70: 641-2, My. '21. 
Marsh, Helen, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 82: Je. 2. '21, 27. 
Marshall, Charles, opera singer. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 335, My. •21. 
Mary Stuart, drama by J: Drinkwater. 

Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 77: 500(J), Ap. 7, 

•21. 
Plot and excerpts, il. Cur. Opin. 70: 631-40, My. 

'21. 

Production at Ritz theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. Mir. 

83 : 527(H) . Mr. 26, '21 . — J. Crawford, il. Drama 

11: 266-7, 297, My. '21. — il. Theatre 33: 401,416, 

Je. '21. 

Review. F. Bickley. Bkman. (Lond.) 60: 99-100, 

My. '21.— Bookman 53: 277-8, My. '21. — W. 

P. Eaton. Drama 11: 265-6, My. '21. 

Story of. il. Outlook 128: 12-13, My. 4, '21. 

Matter of fact, A, play by E. Cecil. 

Review. 111. Lond. N. 158: 652, My. 14, '21. 
Maugham, William Somerset, author and dramatist, ! 
1874-. 
Portrait. Graphic 103: 406, Ap. 2, '21. 
Meehan, John, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 346, My. '21. 
Mellish, Mary, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 82: My. 19, '21. 23. 
Middleton, George, dramatist. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 671. My. '21. 
Miller, Ivan, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 331, My. •21. 
Miller, Marilynn, actress. 

Life and work. por. Mary B. Mullett. Am. M. 

91: My. '21.19, 141-4. 
Portrait. Munsey 72: 326. Mr. '21. 
Mitne, Alan Alexander, playwright, 1882-. 

Portrait. Cur. Opin. 70: 780, Je. '21. 
Miss Lulu Bett, drama by Zona Gale. 

Description, il. Outlook 127: 579. Ap. 13, '21. 
Plot and excerpts, il. Cur. Opin. 70: 487-95. Ap. '21.1 
Story of. il. Outlook 127: 579, Ap. 13. '21. 
Mr. Pim passes by, play by A. A. Milne. 

Criticism. R. C. Benchley. Life 77: 390(i), Mr. 17, 

'21. 
Plot and excerpts, il. Cur. Opin. 70: 775-84, Je. '21. 



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Pirn passes by — continued. 
Production at Garrick theatre, N. Y. city. il. Theatre 

33: 319, 328, 339, My. '21. 
Story of. il. Outlook 127: 627, Ap. 20, '21. 
"Itchell, Grant, actor. 
Portrait. Theatre 33: 337, My. '21. 
[itzi, (Mizzi Hajos), actress. 
Portrait. Dram. Mir. 83: 831, My. 14, '21. — Theatre 
33: 413, Je. '21. 
Mob, The, play by J: Galsworthy. 

Review. J. W. Krutch. Bookman 53: 274-5, My. '21. 
Montague, Henry James, actor, 1843-78. 
lis Portrait. Theatre 34: 28, Jl. '21. 
_Morgana, Nina, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 82: My. 19, '21, 5. 
■)ving pictures. 

The artistic future of the movies. K. Macgowan. 
, No. Am. 213: 260-65, F. '21. 
The author and the motion-picture. B: B. Hampton. 

Bookman 53: 217-25, My. '21. 
The Bible on the film. Nation (Lond.) 29: 106(i), 

Ap. 16, '21. 
A cubist film that marks an epoch in the movies, il. 

Cur. Opin. 70: 786-7, Je. '21. 
Film lighting as a fine art. il. Cur. Opin. 70: 498-9, 

Ap. '21. 
Influence of the kinematograph upon national life. 

A. Weigall. 19th Cent. 89: 661-72, Ap. '21. 
'The man who makes the motion-pictures. 

D. B. Herzog. il. Munsey 72: 243-52, Mr. '21. 
[orals and the movies. Nation 112: 581(f), Ap. 20, 
•21. 
Motion-pictures anywhere without operator or screen. 

il. Sci. Am. 124: 311(i), Ap. 16, '21. 
Moving-pictures, books, and child crime. R. C. 

Sheldon, il. Bookman 53: 242-4, My. '21. 
Should moving-pictures be censored? il. Cur. Opin. 
70: 652-5, My. '21. 
Mower, Margaret, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 399, Je. '21. 
Nagel, Claire (Mrs. A. Hammerstein), actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 511, Ap. '21. 
Naldi, Nita, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 336, My. '21. 
Near Santa Barbara, drama by W. Mack. 

Production at Greenwich Village theatre, N. Y. city. 
Theatre 33: 262(>^), Ap. '21. 
Nemesis, drama by A: Thomas. 

Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 77: 572(|), Ap. 

21. '21. 
Production at Hudson theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 83: 620(H). Ap. 9, '21. — il. Theatre 33: 395, 
416-17, Je. '21. 
Review. L. Lewisohn. Nation 112: 598, Ap. 20, '21. 
Nice people, comedy by Rachel Crothers. 

Character of. R. C. Benchley. Life 77: 428, Mr. 24, 

'21. 
Plot and excerpts, il. Theatre 34: 16, 20, 22, 24, 

Jl. '21. 
Production at Klaw theatre, N. Y. citv. Theatre 33: 

339(3^). My. '21. 
Review. Bookman 53: 275 (i), My. '21. 
Ninth earl. The, play by R. Besier and May Edginton. 
Description. Graphic 103: 350(J), Mr. 19, '21. 
Production at Comedy theatre, London. Scene from 

(picture). 111. Lond. N. 158: 418, Mr. 26, '21. 
Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 103: 382, Mr. 26, '21. 
Normand, Mabel, actress. 1892-. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 508, Ap. '21. 
O'Brien girl. The, musical comedy by O. Harbach, F. 
Mandel, and L. Hirsch. 
Production at Tremont theatre, Boston. Dram. Mir. 
83: 893(1^), My. 21. '21. 
O'Hara, Fiske, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 407, Je. '21. 
O'Hare, Ursula, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 504, Ap. '21. 
Opera. 

Italv, Musical renaissance in. Henrietta Straus. 
Nation 112: 568, 570. Ap. 13, '21. 



Othello, tragedy by W: Shakespeare. 

Production at the Court theatre, London, il. Graphic 
103: 530(i). Ap. 30, '21. — 111. Lond. N. 158: 604, 
My. 7, '21. — Spectator 126: 587, My. 7. '21. 
Pageants. 

Atlanta, Ga. From days of old, a pageant of Georgia. 
Description, il. Drama 11: 288-9. My. '21. 
Painter, Eleanor, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 82: My. 19, '21, 64. 
Paul, Logan, actor. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 83: 833. My. 14. '21. 
Peep show, The, revue 

Production at Hippodrome. London. 111. Lond. N. 

158: 560(i). Ap. 23. '21; 158: 604(i). My. 7, '21. 
Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 103: 555, My. 7, 
'21. — 111. Lond. N. 158: 652. My. 14. '21. 
Peg o' my heart, comedy by J: H. Manners. 

Production at Cort theatre, N. Y. city. il. Theatre 
33:237. 304, Ap. '21. 
Pericles, play by W. Shakespeare. 

Production at Old Vic, London. Spectator 126: 619, 
My. 14, '21. 
Personality, play by J. Brady and P. Bartholomae. 
Production in Brooklyn, N. Y. Dram. Mir. 83: 
965(H). Je. 4. '21. 
Petrova, Olga, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 23, Jl. '21. 
Phoebe of Quality Street, musical comedy by W. Kollo. 
Production at Schubert theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 83: 817 (H), My. 14, '21. 
Photoplajrwriting. 

On writing for the films. W. S. Mangham. No. 
Am. 213: 670-75. My. '21. 
Playboy of the western world, The, play by J: M. 
Synge. 
Production at Bramhall theatre, N. Y. city. il. 
Theatre 34: 14. 60, Jl. '21. 
Plays. 

One hundred representative one-act plays (bibliog- 
raphy). B. R. Lewis. Drama 11: 258-9, Ap. '21. 
Pollock, Channing, playwright and critic. 1880-. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 666, My. '21. 
Polly with a past, farce. 

Description, il. Graphic 103: 320(|). Mr. 12. '21. 
Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 103: 350, Mr. 19, '21. 
Princess Virtue, musical comedy by B. Hilliam and 
G. Rice. 
Production at Central theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. Mir. 
83: 817(1^). My. 14. '21. 
Princess weaver of the skies. The, a tale of the fes- 
tival of Tanabata. Japanese fragment by Ysabel 
DeW. Kaplan. 
Text. Poet Lore 32: 267-78. Summer '21. 
Puccini, Giacomo, composer. 1858-. 

Biographical sketch. Etude 39: 199(J), Mr. '21. 
Rice, Elmer S., dramatist. 

Portrait. Munsey72:672. My. '21. 
Rice, Gitz, actor and dramatist. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 83: 830. My. 14. '21. 
Robinson, Lennox, Irish dramatist. 

Art of. por. Hester T. Smith. Drama 11: 224, 
238-9, Ap. '21. 
Romaine,Margaret, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 82: My. 19, '21. 15. 
Romilly, Rita, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 26, Jl. '21. 
Rostand, Edmond E. A., dramatist, 1868-1918. 

The romanticism of. Eleanor W. Thomas. Poet 

Lore 32: 64-75. Spring, "21. 
Work of. W: L. Phelps. Yale R. 10: 576-94, Ap. '21. 
Sacrifice, The, play by M. Wittman. 

Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 77: 724(J), My. 
19. '21. 
Savage and the woman. The, play. 

Production at Lyceum theatre, London. Sp)ectator 

126: 363-4. Mr. 19. '21. 
Scene from (picture). Graphic 103: 320. Mr. 12. '21. 
Schildkraut, Josef, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 407. Je. '21. 
Portrait as Liliom. Theatre 34: 5, Jl. '21. 



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Schipa, Tito, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 82: Mr. 17, '21, 1. 
Scoffer, The (II beffardo), drama by Nino Berrini. 

Review. R. Altrocchi. Drama 11: 322, 334, Je. '21. 
Selwyn, Edgar, playwright, 1875-. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 673. My. '21. 
Severn, Margaret, dancer. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 409, Je. '21. 
Shakespeare, William, dramatist, 1564-1616. 

A new aspect of Shakespeare's conception of woman. 

M. Huhner. Poet Lore 32: 98-109, Spring, '21. 
How Shakespeare is abused on the modern stage. R. 

de Cordova. Munsey 72: 493-7, Ap. '21. 
Shakespeare birthday festival at Stratford. Spectator 
126: 652-3, My. 21. '21. 
Shaw, George Bernard, author and dramatist. 1856-. 
High priest of misanthropy, por. C: H: Meltzer. 

Theatre 33: 238, 240. Ap. '21. 
Portrait. Cur. Opin. 71: 71, Jl. '21. 
Shawn, Ted (Edwin), dancer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 82: Mr. 24, '21, 25. 
Silver fox. The, play by C. Hamilton. 

Production at Schubert-Belasco theatre, Washington. 
Dram. Mir. 83: 929(H). My. 28, '21. 
Singing and singers. 

Great singing actors. J. Hart. il. Theatre 33: 
326-7, 372, My. '21. 
Sir David wears a crown, one-act play by S. Walker. 
Text. il. Ladies' H. J. 38: Je. '21. 6-7. 154, 157-9. 
Skin game, The, play by J: Galsworthy. 

Review. J. W. Krutch. Bookman 53: 275(i). My. '21. 
Smiley, Robert W., actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 331. My. '21. 
Smith, Winchell, dramatist. 1871-. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 662, My. '21. 
Smooth as silk, play by W. Mack. 

Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 77: 608(1), Ap. 
28. '21. 
Stefani, Joseph de, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 331. My. '21. 
Stewart, Anita (Anna), actress. 1895-. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: cover, Ap. '21. 
Strange, Michael, pseud. (Mrs. J: Barrymore), 
author an dramatist. 
Portrait. Cur. Opin. 71: 60, Jl. '21. 
Sun-kist, revue by Fanchon and Marco. 

Description. R. C. Benchley. Life77:876-7, Je. 16. '21. 
Production at Globe theatre. N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 83: 929(H). My. 28, '21. 
Sweet William, play by Keble Howard. 

Production at the Shaftesbury theatre, London. 
111. Lond. N. 158: 658(H). My. 14, '21. — Spectator 
126: 619, My. 14, '21. 
Sybil, musical comedy. 

Description, il. Graphic 103: 260(H). F- 26, '21. 
Scenes from (picture). Graphic 103: 405, Ap. 2, '21. — 
111. Lond. N. 158: 314, Mr. 5, '21; 158: 392, Mr. 19, 
'21; 158:432. Ap. 2, '21. 
Tarkington, (Newton) Booth, author and playwright, 
1869-. 
Portrait. Munsey 72: 663, My. '21. 
Talmadge, Norma (Mrs. J. M. Schenck), actress. 

Portrait. Nat'l. M. 50: 28, Ap. '21. 
Tannehill, Myrtle, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 700, My. '21. 
Tavern, The, comedy by Cora D. Gantt. 

Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 77: 840, Je. 9, '21. 
Production at Hudson theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 83: 929(H). My. 28, '21, 
Taylor, Laurette (Cooney) (Mrs. J: H. Manners, 
actress, 1887-. 
Interview. Carol Bird. Theatre 33: 322, My. '21. 
Portrait in Peg o' my heart. Theatre 33: 237, Ap. '21. 
Theatre. 

Badness of bad plays. Spectator 126: 363. Mr. 19, '21. 
New movement in the theatre. O. M. Sayler. No. 
Am. 213: 761-71, Je. '21. 
Theatre guild. 

Success of. D. Digges. il. Theatre 33: 266-7, 296, 
Ap. '21. 



Theatres — Open-air. 

Open-air theatres and how to prepare pageants. H: 
MacMahon. il. Ladies' H. J. 38: Ap. '21, 6-7, 
138. 141-2, 144. 
Thomas, Albert Ellsworth, dramatist, 1872-. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 669, My. '21. 
Toto, comedy by M. Hannequin and F. Duquesnal, 
adapted by A. Abdullah. 
Criticism. R. C. Benchley. Life 77: 500-1, Ap. 7, '21. 
Production at Bijou theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. Mir. 
83: 527, 561, Mr. 26, '21. — il. Theatre 33: 411, 
458. Je. '21. 
Trial of Joan of Arc, The, play by E. Moreau, tr. 
by Astrid Argyll, music by Tschaikowsky. 
Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 77: 608-9, Ap. 

28. '21. 

Production by Margaret Anglin in N. Y. city. Dram. 

Mir. 83: 580(i), Ap. 2. '21. — L. Lewisohn. Nation 

112: 631(i), Ap. 27, '21. — Theatre 33: 415, Je. '21. 

Two little girls in blue, musical comedy by F. Jackson, 

P. Lannin, and V. Youmans. 

Production in Boston. Dram Mir. 83: 715(J), Ap. 

23, '21. 
Production at George M. Cohan theatre, N. Y. city. 
Dram. Mir. 83: 769(i), My. 7, '21. — Theatre 34: 
30(i), Jl. '21. 
Tully, Richard Walton, dramatist. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 661, My. '21. 
Tyranny of love. The, play by H: Baron, adapted from 
the French of G. de Porto-Riche. 
Producticn at Bijou theatre, N. Y. city. Theatre 33: 
339-40. My. '21. 
Ulric, Lenore, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 13, Jl. '21. 
Up in the clouds, musical comedy by W. Johnstone 
and T. Johnstone. 
Production at Wilbur theatre, Boston. Dram. Mir. 
83: 965(i), Je. 4, '21. 
Velie, Janet, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 695, My. '21. 
Vidor, Florence (Mrs. King W. Vidor), actress, 
1895-. 
Portrait. Theatre 33 : 269. Ap. '21 . 
Wake up, Jonathan, drama by H. Hughes and E. S. 
Rice. 
Production at Henry Miller's theatre. N. Y. city. 
Theatre 33: 261. Ap. '21. 
Walsh, Tom, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 268. Ap. '21. 
Ward, Genevieve, actress. 1837-. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 158: 431. Ap. 2, '21. 
Warwick, Robert, actor. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 83: 831, My. 14, '21. 
Watson, Lucile, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 346. My. '21. 
Wedded husband, The, Chinese play by Shen Hung.l 

Text. Poet Lore 32: 110-35, Spring. '21. 
While the mushrooms bubble, fantasy by D. W^ 
Totheroh. 
Text. Poet Lore 32: 251-61. Summer '21. 
White villa. The, drama by Edith Ellis. 

Production at Eltinge theatre, N. Y. city. Theatre 33 J 
264, 298. Ap. '21. 
Wildbrunn, Helene, opera singer. 

Portrait as Isolde. Mus. Cour. 82: My. 19, '21, 31. 
Williams, Irene, actress. 

Portrait. Munsey 72: 509, Ap. '21. 
Williams, William, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 268, Ap. '21. 
Winter's tale. A, drama b> W: Shakespeare. 

Production at Little theatre, N. Y. city. Theatre 33i 
262, Ap. '21. 

Woman of no one, The, play by C. Lodovici, tr. by 
Petronelle Lombart. 
Text. Poet Lore 32: 159-200, Summer, '21. 
Wyndham, Olive (Meysenburg) , actress. 

Portrait (in group) in The green goddess. Munsey 72: 
498. Ap. '21. 
Young, Roland, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 33: 337, My. '21. 



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occupy the principal part of his time. When 
the John Crerar Library was organized in 
1895, Dr. Andrews was called to Chicago to 
build up that great institution. His success 
has been notable, and this year he has had 
that satisfaction, which few librarians experi- 
ence, of seeing his library established in its 
own building, planned and built according 
to his specifications. 

In 1906-07, he was president of the Ameri- 
can Library Association, and for years has 
been active in the councils of the Associa- 
tion. He was given the honorary degree of 
LL. D. by Northwestern University in 1911. 
He edited the Union List of Serials available 
in Chicago and vicinity, 1901, and its 
Supplement, 1906, both of which he was 
instrumental in having published by the 
John Crerar Library. He is now editor of 
the larger "Union List" being prepared to 
cover the whole Middle West. 

We are glad to have this fine likeness of 
Dr. Andrews to add to our growing portrait 
gallery of notable librarians and bibliogra- 
phers. 

OUR NEW BOOKS 

At this time we are issuing the long delayed 
Bibliographies of the fiction and personal 
narratives of the European war. This 
volume, covering the compilations of Miss 
Dawson and Miss Huntting, gives the best 
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will make a good starting point on which to 
build by adding notable works issued since 
Armistice Day. 

Miss Booths' "Index to Material on 
Picture Study" is selling well and should 
be in every library — and it will be when it 
is better known. 

John Cotton Dana's "Suggestions" is an 
inspirational booklet of much merit. Let 
your staff read it ; they will then better serve 
the public and take more interest in the 
library. 

MAGAZINE NOTES 

Mr. S. S. McClure, after ten years' vacation, has 
come to the rescue of his child, McClure's Magazine, 
and it is coming to life with March, 1922, after lying 
in a comatose condition for five months, October to 
February. 

The Bookseller and Stationer ought to have more 
sense than to commit that blunder so stale now that 
it hasn't even the excuse of novelty. August 15, 

1921, vol. 55, no. 4, is 10 x 7 inches; vol. 55, no. 5, 
September, 1, 1921, is 12 x 9 inches, and a difference 
of two inches each way makes some change in the 
appearance of a magazine — right in the middle of 
a volume! 

Archives of Dermatology and Sy philology is the new 
name, since January, 1920, of Journal of Cutaneous 
Diseases. Vol. 38, January-June, 1920, was followed 
by vol. 2, July to December, 1920. Now if that isn't 
a skin game, or some other cutaneous disease, we are 
mistaken. 

Geographical Society of Philadelphia Bulletin^ has 
discovered how a slow Philadelphian can come in on 
time at the end of the year. Vol. 19, nos. 2, 3, 4, 
April, July, October, 1921, come as one number — - 
same size as all the rest — and so the publication is 
up-to-date again, saving the expense of two issues, 
by the simple addition of two figures and two month 
names on the cover. 

International Studio. "With no. 295, October, 1921, 
the connection of International Studio, with Studio, 
London, is severed, and November, 1921, appears as 
an American issue. Hitherto the English Studio 
has formed the nucleus of each issue of the Inter- 
national, being paged in Arabic, surrounded by the 
American pages in Roman figures. November, 1921, 
is all in Roman pagination, and bears no other mark 
of the change — not even an editorial note. John 
Lane evidently wants us to imagine that its status 
is unchanged. 

The mix-up we referred to some months ago in the 
pagination is now over for all time. The subscribers 
in this country to International Studio must now add 
a new title to their lists — Studio, London. We 
can add that to any subscription li^t for 30 shillings, 
now about $6.00. Meanwhile International Studio 
will remain on nearly every subscription list for 

1922, and time will tell whether it can hold its own in 
the competition with its English rival. Vol. 74 of 
the International Studio, instead of ending ^ith the 
fourth number as usual, has proceeded to include 
November and December, 1921, as part of the 
volume, and let us hope that vol. 75 may begin with 
the New Year, and get back to normal again. Please, 
Mr. Editor, have two volumes of six issues each, in 
the year, instead of three volumes as hitherto. 



School and Home Education begins vol. 41, no. 1 ' 
September, 1921, in a new small octavo size and 
brown cover, very neat in appearance, and we 
congratulate the publishers in being able to restrain 
that impulse to change size until the arrival of the 
opening of a new volume. 

Illustrated Canadian Forestry Magazine is passing 
through that adolescent stage of unrest common to 
all growing youngsters. Until July, 1920, it was 
content to go about as Canadian Forestry Journal, 
but with August-September, 1920, it changes its 
name to Illustrated Canadiaii Forestry Magazine, pub- 
lishes May, 1921, vol. 17, no. 5, as usual in octavo, 
then disappears in the big wood for June and July 
and comes back as a big quarto-size affair (12 x 9 
inches) in August, 1921, with vol. 17, no. 6. When 
we changed from short pants to long trousers, we did 
it at home, instead of in the woods. 

Theatre Magazine has established a new precedent 
for volume and number in the magazine world. June, 
1921, is vol. XXXIII, no. 243; July, 1921, is vol. 
XXXIV, no. 244; August, 1921, is vol. XXXV, no. 
245; September, 1921, is vol. XXXVI, no. 246. 
Isn't that a beautiful way of getting a large number 
of volumes quickly. However, October, 1921, is 
vol. XXXIV, no. 247, and vol. XXXIV is completed 
with the December number, so that we shall all live 
happliy ever afterward, 

NEW BOOKS BY LIBRARIANS 

Gamble, William Burt. The Development of j 
Scenic Art and Sta'ice Machinery, a list of refer- 
ences in the New York Public Library. 
Mr. Gamble, who is chief of the science and tech- 
nology department of the New York Public Library, 
has compiled a unique and most valuable book on 
the development of scenic art and on the "mechan- 
ics" of the stage. He has arranged his lists under 
these heads: General Works; Greek and Roman 
Sta-re, Mediaeval, English, Elizabethan, Post-Eliza- 
bethan, American, French, German, Italian, Russian, 
Spanish, Oriental; Scenery and Stage Painting, 
Little Theaters, Marionettes, Lighting, Machinery, 
Open-air Theaters. 

New York. The N. Y. Public Library. 1920. 128 pp. 
Paper. (Reprinted from the N. Y. Public Library Bulle- 
tin.) 40c. 

Hazeltine, Alice I., compiler. Plays for Chil- 
dren, an Annotated Index. 

This is a second edition of what originally appeared 
as the August, 1918, Bulletin of the St. Louis Public 
Library. It is revised, and has been enlarged by 
the inclusion of thirty-seven additional books of 
plays. There are now covered one hundred and 
thirty-four plays for children, and this index is pre- 
ceeded by lists of: Books of interest to those pro- 
ducing children's plays; Books about costume; 
Folk dances and singing games. At the end of the 
volume are: An author list of books indexed; Plays 
for special days; Other plays for special occasions; 
Special form. 

Chicago. The A. L. A. 1921. 116 pp. Cloth. J1.50. 

HiCKS, Frederick C. Men and Books famous in 
the Law. 
This book is an appeal to the human interest side 
of the law, an attempt to show in the lives of English 
and American law writers, that law need not be 
considered as dry and uninteresting, that law books 
are something more than mere tools of a profession. 



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How well Mr. Hicks has succeeded in accomplishing 
his purpose one can discover by a perusal of this very 
readable book. It is bibliography made human, 
biography linked to authorship of some of the world's 
famous books. 

The chapters cover: 'The Human Appeal of Law 
Books'; Cowell's Interpreter; Lord Coke and The 
Reports; Littleton and Coke upon Littleton; Black- 
stone and his Commentaries; James Kent and his 
Commentaries; Edward Livingston and his System 
of Penal Law; Henry Wheaton. 

There is an introduction by Harlan F. Stone, and 
an appendix entitled "Bibliographical Suggestions." 
Seven illustrations, portraits of the men described, 
are included. 

Rochester, N. Y. The Lawyers' Co-operative Publishing Co. 
1921. 259 pp. 

Hyde, Dorsey W., Jr., editor. Special Libraries 
Directory. 
This is a distinct addition to the library literature. 
We now have a very full list of those newer creations, 
special libraries, that hitherto were supposed to 
exist in various places, but were very hard to locate 
unless the librarian happened to be a good advertiser. 
Now we have an annotated list, arranged first under 
general subject, and then by states and cities. An 
ingenious subject index is added, so that a searcher 
for a special library covering a special subject can 
easily find it. 

Washington, D. C. Special Libraries Association. 1921. 
Paper. 123 pp. 

Moore, Annie Carroll. Roads to Childhood. 

Miss Moore is supervisor of work with children 
in the New York Public Library. She has compiled 
an intensely readable book of "views and reviews" of 
children's books, dedicated to Miss Caroline M. 
Hewins of Hartford. 

These are in this volume lists of books for children 
of different ages, and interesting comments on chil- 
dren's best reading. 

New York. Geo. H. Doran Co. 1920. 240 pp. $1.50. 

Widdemer, Margaret. The Year of Delight. 

Here is a kind of wistful, gay love story of a young 
girl who fell heir to six million dollars over night, 
after being shut off from the kind of friends she 
craved and from the sort of life she desired until 
her twenty- first year. Did her new wealth bring her 
her heart's desire? That's what we read this story 
to find out. 

New York. Harcourt, Brace & Howe. 1921. 311pp. $1.90 

Widdemer, Margaret. I've Married Marjorie. 

This story of our young authoress deals like so 
many recent novels with the European war. Mar- 
jorie is a war bride whose boy husband was whisked 
away to France two hours after the wedding. Hav- 
ing had but a month's acquaintance with her lover, 
Marjorie is beset with fears that on his return her 



love romance will be shattered. How he came back 
and she found her happiness is the pretty story before 
us. 
New York. Harcourt, Brace & Howe. 1920. 258 pp. $1.75. 

Wroth, Lawrence C. A History of Printing in 
Colonial Maryland, 1686-1776. 

This is the typographical history of colonial Mary- 
land, and the author has covered a period of forty 
years, about which little or nothing has hitherto been 
written in the history of the Press. The book is 
illustrated by the inclusion of various broadsides 
and title-pages; it contains a very valuable "list 
of books, newspajjers, and broadsides printed in 
Maryland from 1689-1776. 

The edition is limited to 500 copies at $7.50, and 
to such de luxe copies at $30 as were ordered before 
the book went to press. 

Baltimore. The Typothetae of Baltimore. 1921. 

From the American Library Association we have 
received : 

TAPPERT, Katherine. Viewpoints in Biography; 
an arrangement of books according to their es- 
sential interest. 

This pamphlet gives a new angle to biography in 
that it classifies the books listed by their subject of 
interest, instead of by names of people. Thus ma- 
terial can be found on such matters as music. Orient, 
Conquerors, Art, Religious experiences, and many 
others. 

69 pp. with an author and a subject index. 1921. Paper. 

Howe, Harriet E. The Catalog, a preprint of 
chapter 19, Manual of Library Economy. 

23 pp. Paper. 20c. 

Hyde, Dorsey W. 
business facts. 

24 pp. Paper. 20c. 

From the H. W. Wilson Company we have re- 
ceived : 

BACON, CORINNE, AND MerticE James. Chil- 
dren's Catalog Supplement, 1921, a guide to the 
best reading for boys and girls. 950 books chosen 
from those published from June, 1916, to July 1, 
1921, arranged by author, title, and subject, with 
analytical entries for 116 volumes. 
128 pp. 75c. (Additional copies on thin paper in lots of ten 
or more, 15c. each.) 

Plays for Amateurs, a selected list prepared by 
the Little Theater department of the N. Y. Drama 
League. 24 pp. Paper. 1921. 60c. 

We call attention here to a mimeographed Table 
of Contents and Alphabetical Index (price 10c.) 
which has been compiled by Mrs. Jessie Luther of 
the Kellogg Library, Kansas State Normal School. 
It covers Burns Mantle's "Best Plays of 1919-20, 
published in 1920 by Small, Maynard, & Co. 



Jr. Workshops for assembling 



ONE-ACT PLAYS FOR HIGH SCHOOLS 



Compiled by Esther L. Bergen, University of Illinois Library, Urbana, 111., December, 1920 

Dithridge, R. L. 

High school plays in New York City. Quar. Jour, of 



Bibliographies 
Brooklyn Public Library. 

Amateur theatricals; a select list of books in the 
Brooklyn Public Library, 1917. 
Chicago Public Library. 
Actable one-act plays, 1916. 



Public Speaking. 1: 284-S7, Oct. 1915. 
Drama League of America. 

Children's outdoor plays. Drama Mag. 10: 284, May, 
1920, Mount Morris. 111. 



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Bibliographies — Continued 
Dramatic League of America — Continued. 

List of plays for high school and college production, 

1916. 
Plays for amateur acting. 

Plays for amateurs; arr. by John Mantel Clapp, 1915. 
Selective list of plays for amateurs, 1915. 
Dramatic Publishing Co. 

Descriptive catalogue of plays and entertainment 
books. 
Drummond, A. M. 

Choice of plays. Quar. Jour, of Public Speaking, 2: 

105-15, Ap. 1916. 
Fifty one-act plays. Quar. Jour, of Public Speaking, 

1: 234-40, Oct. 1915. 
For the director of dramatics. English Journal, 6: 
658-63, Dec. 1917, U. of Chicago Press. 
Drury, P. K. W. 

Some of the best dramas. H. W. Wilson Co., 1917. 
French, Sdmuel, publisher. 

French's international descriptive catalogue. Samuel 
French, 28-30 W. 38th St., N. Y. 
Hazel tine, A. L. 

Plays for children. Public Library, St. Louis, Mo., 
1918. 
Lewis, B. R. 

Technique of the one-act play. (Bibliog. pp, 266-72,) 
Bost., Luce, 1918. 
McFadden, E. A. & Davis, L. E. 

Selected list of plays for amateurs and students of 
dramatic expression in schools and colleges. E. A. 
McFadden, Box 328, Cincinnati, 1908. 
Mackay, CD. 

Patriotic drama in your town. Chap. VIII. and IX. 
N. Y. Holt, 1918. 
Merry, G. N. 

High school plays. (Iowa U. Extension Div. Bull, 
no. 18), Iowa City, 1916. 
Penn Publishing Co. 

Books and plays. Penn Pub. Co., 925 Filbert St., 
Phila. 
Pittsburgh, Carnegie Library. 

Short plays and monologues for amateurs. (In its 
Monthly Bulletin 13: 5-8, Jan. 1908.) 
Tibbetts, G. C. 

Better high school plays. English Journal 7: 98-107, 
Feb. 1918. 

Publishers of Plays 
American Play Co., 33 W. 42d St., N. Y. 
Walter H. Baker & Co., 5 Hamilton Place, Boston. 
Brentano's, 5th Ave. and 27th St., N. Y. 
Chicago Manuscript Co., 431 N. Clark St., Chicago. 
Drama League of America, 59 E. Van Buren St. 

Chicago. 
Dramatic Publishing Co., 542 Dearborn St.. Chicago, 
Eldridge Entertainment House, Franklin, Ohio. 
Samuel French, 28 W. 38th St., N. Y. 
John W. Luce & Co., 212 Summer St., N. Y. 
Penn Publishing Co., 925 Filbert St., Philadelphia. 
Rumsey Play Co., 152 W. 46th St., N. Y. 
Sanger & Jordan, Times Bldg., N. Y. 
Washington^ Square Bookshop, 17 W. 8th St., N. Y 

Suggested List of One-act Plays 

Aldis, Mary. 

Plays for small stages. N. Y. Duflfield, 1915. 
Bangs, J. K. 

Proposal under difficulties. N. Y. Harper, 1905. 
Barrie, J. M. 

Half hours. N, Y. Scribner, 1917. 

Echoes of the war. N. Y. Scribner, 1918. 



Chapman, 1910. 
Doubleday, 1903. 
1914. 



Browne, H. B. 

Short plays from Dickens. London 
Cameron, Margaret. 

Comedies in miniature. N. Y. 
Chekhov, Anton. 

Marriage proposal, N, Y, Samuel French, 
Davis, R. H. 

"Miss Civilization." N, Y. Scribner, 1905. 
Denison, E. H. 

Little mother of the slums. Boston. Gorham Press, 
1915. 
Dickinson, T. H., ed. 

Wisconsin plays, 1st and 2d ser. N. Y. Huebsch, 
1914-18. 
47 Workshop plays. N. Y, Brentano's, 1918. 
Gregory, Lady Augusta. 

New Irish comedies, N, Y. Putnam, 1913. 

Seven short plays, Dublin, Maunsel, 1911. 
Harvard Dramatic Club. 

Harvard plays. N, Y. Brentano's, 1918. 
Helburn, Theresa. 

Enter the hero, N. Y. Arens, 1918. 
Houghton, Stanley. 

Five one-act plays. N. Y. Samuel French, 1913. 
Housman, Laurence, and Barker, Granville. 

Prunella, or Love in a Dutch garden. London. 
Sidgwick, 1914. 
Howells, W. D. 

Mouse-trap and other farces. N. Y. Harper, 1909. | 
Kreymborg, Alfred. | 

Plays for poem-mimes. N. Y. The other press, 1918! 
Mackay, CD. 

Beau of Bath. N. Y. Holt, 1915. 

Forest princess and other masques, N. Y. Holt, 
1916. 

Mackaye, Percy. 

Yankee fantasies. N. Y. Duflfield, 1912. 

Marks, Jeannette. 

Three Welsh plays. Bost, Little, 1917. 

Mayorga, M. G., comp. 

Representative one-act plays by American authors. 
Bost. Little, 1919. 

Middle ton, George. 

Tradition, N, Y. Holt, 1913. 

Moeller, Philip. 

Five somewhat historical plays. N. Y. Knopf, 191 
Oliver, M. S. 

Six one-act plays. Bost. Badger, 1916. 

O'Neill, E. G. 

Moon of the Caribbees. N. Y. Boni, 1919. 

Pinero, Sir A. W. 

Playgoers, N. Y. French, 1913. 

Province town plays. 3 ser. N. Y. Frank Shay, 1916 

Shaw, G. B. 

Dark lady of the sonnets, (In his Misalliance, N, Y 
Brentano's, 1914.) 

Sutherland, E. G. 

Po' White trash. N. Y. Duflfield, 1909. 

Walker, Stuart. 

Portmanteau plays. Cincinnati. Stewart, 1917. 
More portmanteau plays. Cincinnati. Stewart, 1919 

Washington Square plays. N, Y, Doubleday, 191' 

Wendell, Barrett. 

Raleigh in Guinea. N. Y. Scribner, 1902, 
Wilde, Percival. 

Dawn and other one-act plays, N. Y. Holt, 1915. 

Yeats, W. B. 

Cathleen ni Houlihan. London. A. H. Bullen, 1902. 
Land of heart's desire. Portland, Me. Mosher. 1905 



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SELECT LIST OF REFERENCES ON PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW 

FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS 
Compiled by Florence C. Bell, Librarian of the U. S. Bureau of Efficiency 

ABBREVIATIONS 

V,. J. I. L. — American Journal of International Law. 

v dash (— ) after date or volume number indicates that the title is still being published. 

:he titles marked with a star (*) are publications of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. 2 Jackson 
Place, Washington, D. C. A large number of libraries are depositaries for all of the publications of the Endow- 
ment. 

PART III 



33. Wilson, George Grafton, and George Fox Tucker 
International law. Boston, Silver, Burdett and 
^_ CO., [cl915]. 505 pp. 

^B Contents of the Appendices are as follows: 

^^B Instructions for the government of armies of the 
^^B United States in the field; Declaration of Paris; 
^^B Convention for the amelioration of the condi- 
^^K. tion of the wounded in armies in the field, 
^^B Geneva, July 6, 1906; Convention for the pacific 
^^p settlement of international disputes; Convention 
^f with respect to the laws and customs of war on 

land; Convention respecting the rights and 
duties of neutral powers and persons in case of 

I war on land; Convention relative to the status 
of enemy merchant-ships at the outbreak of 
hostilities; Convention for the adaptation to 
naval war of the principles of the Geneva con- 
vention; Convention with regard to the exer- 
cise of the right of capture in naval war; Con- 
vention relative to the creation of an inter- 
national prize court; Convention concerning the 
rights and duties of neutral powers in naval 
war; Declaration of London; United States 
neutrality laws; Procedure in prize court. 
"It is clear, logical, well proportioned, accu- 
rate. . . . There is probably no book of like 
compass which gives so comprehensive a view 
of the subject." Review, by J. H. Latane, 
A. J. I. L., V. 4: 772-3, 1910. 

)ISCUSSIONS REGARDING PARTICULAR WARS 

4. Baty, Thomas. International law in South Africa 
London, Stevens and Haynes, 1900. 127 pp. 

Contents: Contraband for neutral ports; The 
suzerainty; Passage of troops over neutral terri- 
tory; Conduct of warfare; Annexation; Limited 
companies in the war; Comparative summary of 
the Transvaal conventions of 1881 and 1884. 

5. Benton, Elbert Jay. International law and diplom- 
acy of the Spanish-American war. Baltimore, 
Johns Hopkins press, 1908. 300 pp. 

"This work is intended as a study of the rela- 
tions of the United States with Spain during the 
late Cuban insurrection and the resultant 
Spanish war. The history of the conduct of the 
belligerents from the standpoint of international 
law has been emphasized." Preface. 
Garner, James Wilford. International law and the 
world war. N. Y., Longmans, 1920. 2 v. 

The author discusses the status of interna- 
tional law at the outbreak of the war; treatment 
of enemy diplomatic and consular representa- 
tives; the policy of the more important belliger- 
ent powers in respect to alien enemies, enemy 
merchant vessels in port at the outbreak of the 
war, transfers of flag, and trade with the enemy; 
forbidden weapons and instrumentalities; treat- 
ment of hostages; devastation; submarines and 
war zones; submarine warfare; the status of 
armed merchant vessels; bombardments; de- 
struction of historic monuments; aerial warfare; 
violations of the Geneva convention; treatment 
of prisoners; military government in Belgium; 
contributions and requisitions; collective fines; 
deportation of civilians; the invasion of Belgium 
and Luxemburg; the Anglo-French occupation of 
Greece; destruction of neutral merchant vessels; 



contraband and right of search; blockade; 
interference with mails on neutral vessels; ex- 
portation of arms and munitions to belligerents; 
miscellaneous questions of neutrality; effect of 
the war on international law, etc. 

The purpose of this treatise is "to review the 
conduct of the belligerents in respect to their 
interpretation and application of the rules of 
international law, compare it with the opinion 
of the authorities and the practice in former 
wars and wherever infractions appeared, to en- 
deavor to determine the responsibility and to 
place it where it properly belonged." Preface. 

37. Hershey, Amos Shartle. The international law and 

diplomacy of the Russo-Japanese war. N. Y., 

London, Macmillan, 1906. 394 pp. 

"In view of the importance of the issues in- 
volved and the general interest manifested in 
the subject, perhaps no apology is needed for the 
appearance of a volume which aims to be a 
fairly complete history, from the point of view 
of international law and diplomacy, of the 
Russo-Japanese War. This great conflict not 
only aided in the solution of many disputed 
questions in international law, but it also gave 
rise to a number of new precedents and contro- 
versies which will materially affect the future 
conduct of international affairs. It furnished a 
particularly interesting and important field for 
the application of those principles governing the 
rights and duties of neutrals, which are of 
comparatively recent origin, and to the growth 
of which the United States has largely con- 
tributed." Preface. 

38. Takahashi, Sakuyei. International law applied to 

the Russo-Japanese war. N. Y., Banks law 

publishing co., 1908. 805 pp. 

"The Russo-Japanese War is significant as 
one of the most important events the world ever 
witnessed. Especially is it an epoch-making 
event in the evolution of international law. 
This war, in fact, has afforded innumerable 
cases that illustrate almost every article of the 
Geneva and the Hague Conventions relating to 
laws and customs of land and naval warfare. 
... In the present volume I have included all 
matters, both naval and military, which occurred 
during the late war, for my official position en- 
abled me to study both branches. Now I am 
permitted to publish what I believe will be a 
material aid to the study of diplomacy and 
international law." Preface. 

CASES 

39. Bentwich, Norman. Students' leading cases and 

statutes on international law. London, Sweet & 

Maxwell, 1913. 247 pp. 

"This book is primarily designed for students 
who are starting on the study of international 
law. . . . No attempt has been made to render 
it sufficient in itself, or to link up the leading 
cases with such an amount of commentary as 
would render the use of a text-book unnecessary. 
In this respect, the collection of cases differs 
from that made by Mr, Pitt-Cobbett, and it 
differs also in that it gives the ipsissima verba 
of the judges, in place of a digest or. summary of 



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their judgments. ... It is very desirable that the 
student . . . should study not only the results 
of the casea but the methods by which the 
results are reached. There exists already a 
well-known selection of international law cases 
in English, based on this principle. It is that 
originally made by Professor Snow and sub- 
sequently edited and enlarged by Professor 
J. B. Scott. ... I have . . . made my selection as 
far as possible from the Engli{?h cases, and I 
have used American cases only to supplement the 
English or to fill a gap in the chain of English 
authority." Preface. 

40. Cobbett, Pitt. Cases and opinions on international 

law, and various points of English law connected 
therewith. Collected and digested from English 
and foreign reports, official documents, and other 
sources. With notes containing the views of the 
text-writers on the topics referred to, supplemen- 
tary cases, treaties, and statutes. 3d ed. Lon- 
don, Stevens and Haynes, 1909-1913. 2v. 

"This selection of illustrative cases was 
originally designed mainly as a kind of adjunct 
or companion volume to existing text-books; 
and this character it in some measure still 
retains. But in the present edition, with a view 
to insuring a greater continuity of treatment, 
and a fuller consideration of the many recent 
changes both in the subject-matter and litera- 
ture of international law, systematic notes have 
been added. . . .The cases selected are, indeed, 
largely of English or American origin." Preface 
to Third Edition. 

41. Evans, Lawrence Boyd. Leading cases on inter- 

national law. Chicago, Callaghan & co., 1917. 

477 pp. 

"The present collection of cases was intended 
to be a brief one and in such form as to make it 
useful to students. Therefore 'it is confined to 
decisions from British and American jurisdic- 
tion.' . . .The new work cannot well replace the 
more extended collection of Dr. James Brown 
Scott (founded on that of Dr. Snow) covering 
nearly 1,000 pages, especially if the older compil- 
ation is brought to date, as is purposed, by a 
new edition. Dr. Evans' volume, however, has 
a distinct advantage in its condensation, its 
modernity, and its extended reference to authori- 
tative periodical monographs, often so difficult 
* to discover and yet so illuminating and con- 

vincing when found. In these points the new 
work must prove of especial convenience and 
value." Review, by C. N. Gregory, A. J. I. L., 
v. 12: 220-22, 1918. 

42. Scott, James Brown, ed. Cases on international 

law. St. Paul, West, 1906. 961 pp. 

"The present book was intended to be a re- 
vision of the late Dr. Snow's Cases and Opinions 
on International Law, published in 1893. The 
changes made in the course of revision were, 
however, so many and so radical that it seemed 
advisable to the publisher to issue it as an inde- 
pendent work, and it so appears. The arrange- 
ment closely follows Dr. Snow's; in fact, it is 
identical with it in most respects. His text 
has been utilized so far as possible; his notes 
have generally been retained and enlarged, and 
the syllabus has been thoroughly revised and 
remade. Much of the merit — if any there be — 
justly belongs to Dr. Snow, but the present 
editor is repsonsible for the undertaking as a 
whole." Preface. 

This is one of the best compilations of cases 
on international law. 

43. *Scott, James Brown. Judicial settlement of contro- 

versies between states of the American union; an 
analysis of cases decided in the Supreme Court of 
the United States. Oxford, The Clarendon Press, 
1919. 548 pp. 

"The experience of the Union of American 



States shows that a court of justice can b 
created for the Society of Nations, occupyin 
a like position and rendering equal, if not greatei 
services, applying to the solution of controversie 
between its members 'Federal law, state lavs 
and international law, as the exigencies of th 
particular case may demand.' 

"The undersigned has, in addition to th 
publication of the eighty decrees of the Suprem 
Court in controversies between states, preparei 
this analysis of the controversies and of th 
decrees of the court, eliminating matter whicl 
might be deemed irrelevant to the presen 
purpose, disregarding or explaining technicalitie 
which would confuse the layman, but otherwis 
allowing each case and each decree to tell it 
story in the language of the court and of th 
judge delivering its opinion." Prefatory Note 
by J. B. Scott. 

(See also item No. 46.) 

44. Stowell, Ellery C, and Henry F. Munroe. Interna 

tional cases. Boston, Houghton, Mifflin co. 

[cl916]. 2v. 

"In addition to the main purpose of furnish 
ing a book of cases for classroom study, thi 
collection is intended to present a concise ac 
count of some of the most important arbitra 
tions. . . . The selection of the cases in thi 
volume from the mass of material and th< 
hundreds of cases examined has been determinec 
by the effort to give due weight to the relativ( 
importance of the following desiderata — 1 
The most important arbitrations; 2. The mosi 
important diplomatic incidents discussed be 
tween the governments of the principal states 
3. A large propotion of recent material; 4 
Cases which are authoritative and which hav( 
been important in the formation of Internationa! 
law; 5. Striking cases of dramatic human inter- 
est; 6. Cases sufficiently simple to be easilj 
comprehended, yet complex enough to be repre- 
sentative and to challenge attention." Preface 
by E. C. Stowell. 

45. Takahashi, Sakuyei. Cases on international la\Ki 

during the Chino- Japanese war. Cambridge, 
The Universtiy press, 1899. 219 pp. 

"During the Chino-Japanese war of 1894-95. 
Japan acted consistently with the law of na- 
tions in carrying on hostilities, in maintaininj 
her own rights and in discharging her duties 
toward neutrals. . . . The arrangement adopted 
in the book is as follows: In Part I the authoi 
has treated the affairs which relate to visit, 
search and detention — in short prize affairs 
and in Part II he has described and discussed 
miscellaneous affairs which have a bearing upor 
the naval operations of Japan." Author's 
Preface. 

"Mr. Takahashi has exceptional claims t( 
speak with authority upon the subject of whicl 
he treats. ...Mr. Takahashi's narrative i; 
always clear, and his arguments are, as a rule 
convincing. The value of the work is greatl) 
increased by the official documents — proclama- 
tions, reports, opinions, conventions and regula- ! 
tions with which its statements are copiousl)! 
illustrated." Preface by T. E. Holland. 

46. * U. S. Supreme Court. Judicial settlement of con 

troversies between states of the American union 
cases decided in the Supreme Court of the Unitec 
States, ed. by J. B. Scott, N. Y., London, Oxforc 
university press, 1918-19. 2 v. 

"The Supreme Court of the United States is 
in its origin, and in fact, an international tri 
bunal. ... In a little over a century . . . somi 
eighty odd controversies between the state 
have been argued, debated and decided by tha 
tribunal. As the result of argument, debat< 
and decision, practice has been settled, anc 
procedure adopted in the light of experience a 



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tS. 



applicable to states of the society of nations, as 
to states of the American Union." Prefatory- 
Note, by J. B. Scott. 
(See also item No. 43.) 

CLASSICS 

♦Grotius, Hugo. The freedom of the seas; or. The 
right which belongs to the Dutch to take part 
in the East Indian trade; a dissertation by 
Hugo Grotius, tr. with a revision of the Latin 
text of 1633 by Ralph Van Deman Magoffin, ed. 
by J. B. Scott. N. Y., Oxford university press, 
1916. 83 pp. 

"The title of the little book, first published, 
anonymously, in November, 1608, exiplains the 
reason for its composition. ... It was an open 
secret that it was written by the young Dutch 
scholar and lawyer, Hugo Grotius. It was a 
secret and remained a secret until 1868 that the 
Mare Liberum was none other than Chapter XII 
of the treatise De Jure Praedae, written by 
Grotius in the winter of 1604-5, which first 
came to light in 1864 and was given to the world 
four years later. The publication of the treatise 
on the law of prize is important as showing that 
the author of the Mare Liberum was already an 
accomplished international lawyer, and it 
proves beyond peradventure that the master- 
piece of 1625 on the "Law of War and Peace" 
was not a hurried production, but the culmina- 
tion of study and reflection extending over 
twenty vears and more." Introductory Note, 
by J. B.' Scott. 
Grotius, Hugo. Hugonis Grotii De jure belli et 
pacis libri tres, accompanied by an abridged trans- 
lation by William Whewell. London, J. W. 
Parker, 1853. 3v. 

" 'It is acknowledged by every one,* says Mr. 

Hallam, 'that the publication of this treatise 

made an epoch in the philosophical, and we 

might almost say in the political history of 

Europe.' This opinion of the importance of 

Grotius's work De Jure Belli et Pacis, prevailed 

from the time of its first appearance. . . . Nor has 

it, at this day, ceased to be a book of the first 

rate importance in this science. . . .A knowledge 

of it is taken for granted in the discussions of 

questions belonging to that subject; and it 

is quoted among the cardinal authorities on 

such questions. And treating, as it does, of 

the fundamental points of philosophical ethics, 

as well as of their application in the laws of 

nations, it has, in that department also, been 

always regarded as a primary work." Editor's 

Preface. 

Selden, John. Mare clausum: the right and the 

dominion of the sea in two books. Written at 

first in Latin by . . . John Selden . . . Formerly tr. 

into English, and now perfected and restored 

by J. H. London, Printed for A. Kembe and 

E. Thomas, 1663. 500 pp. 

"Additional evidences concerning the right of 
soveraignty and dominion of the kings of Great 
Britain in the sea. Collected out of certain 
publick papers, relating to the reigns of King 
James and King Charls," is included. 

With this is bound: Dominium maris . . . 1663. 
"When [in 1608] Spain was proposing to 
Holland terms which included the abandonment 
by the republic of the commerce of the Indies, 
he [Grotius] published the twelfth chapter of 
the De Jure Praedae under the title of Mare 
Liberum, in order to animate his countrymen to 
refuse such an accommodation; and this work 
became famous at a somewhat later date, when 
Selden, in order to maintain the sovereignty of 
England over the narrow seas, published in 
answer to it the equally famous Mare Clausum." 
Collected Papers of John Westlake, p. 38, 1914. 



50. Vattel, Emmerich de. Le droit des gens; ou, Prin- 

cipes de la loi naturelle appliques ^ la conduite et 
aux affaires des nations et des souverains. par M. 
de Vattel, with an introduction by Albert de 
Lapradelle. Washington, Carnegie institution 
of Washington, 1916. 3v. 

Title of V. 3 is in English: The law ot nations; 
or. The principles of natural law applied to the 
conduct and to the affairs of nations and of 
sovereigns. 

Contents: v. 1. Reproduction of books I and 
II of edition of 1758; v. 2. Reproduction of 
books III and IV of edition of 1758; v. 3. Trans- 
lation of the edition of 1758, by Charles G. 
Fenwick, with an introduction by Albert de 
Lapradelle. 

"Le droit des gens. Bibliographie des sea dif- 
f^rentes Editions"; v. 1, p. Ivi-lix. 

"Vattel's treatise dropped from his hands a 
classic, and classic it has remained ever since. . . . 
Two works appeared within a decade of one an- 
other, to which the United States is profoundly 
indebted. The first was Sir William Blackstone's 
Commentaries upon the Laws of England. . . . 
The second was Vattel's Droit des Gens. . .(1758). 
From the Commentaries ... the statesmen of 
the American Colonies derived their knowledge 
of the common law of England . . . and from 
Vattel's Droit des Gens the same statesmen 
derived their knowledge of the law of nations, 
which they were to apply and which they did 
actually apply on the war with Great Britain 
which made us a nation." Preface to v. 1, by 
J. B. Scott. 

CONFERENCES 

51. Conference on international relations, Ithaca. N. Y.. 

1915. Proceedings of the Conference on inter- 
national relations, held at Cornell University. 
Ithaca, N. Y., June 15-30. 1915. Boston, World 
peace foundation, 1916. 418 pp. 

Contains papers and discussions by leading 
internationalists on international subjects, 
among them being Pan-American relations, 
America's Asiatic problem, armaments, a league 
of peace, and economic aspects of war. 

"The Conference on international relations . . . 
was an attempt to apply rational and scientific 
methods to some of the great outstanding prob- 
lems of war and peace. . . . Because of the com- 
plete freedom of discussion which prevailed in 
the conference, the World Peace Foundation 
cannot be understood as endorsing all the 
views contained in the addresses of this volume. 
On the contrary, a large part of the value of the 
conference and its proceedings lies in the fact 
that" so many points of view are represented." 
Preface by George W. Nasmyth. 

52. International American conference. 1st, Washing- 

ton, D. C, 1889-1900. Reports and recommenda- 
tions. Washington, Govt, print, off., 1890. 
434 pp. 

Contents: Plan of arbitration; Reciprocity 
treaties; Inter-continental railway; Steam-ship 
communication; Sanitary regulations; Customs 
regulations; Common silver coin; Patents and 
trade-marks; Weights and measures; Port 
dues; International law; Extradition treaties; 
International bank; Memorial tablet; Colum- 
bian exposition. 

This is a collection of Senate executive docu- 
ments giving the report and recommendations 
concerning a plan of arbitration for the settle- 
ment of disputes between the American repub- 
lics adopted by the International American 
conference. 

53. *Pan-American scientific congress. 2d, Washington, 

D. C, 1915-1916. Recommendations on inter- 
national law and official commentary thereon of 
the second Pan American scientific congress, held 



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in Washington December 27, 1915 — January 8, 
1916; ed. by J. B. Scott. N. Y., Oxford university 
press, 1916. 53 pp. 

"The present Uttle volume contains recom- 
mendations of the second Pan American scien- 
tific congress relating to international law, as 
they appear in the final act of the congress, and 
they are accompanied by that part of the official 
report, prepared by the undersigned, explaining, 
interpreting, and justifying them, if perchance 
they need justification." Prefatory Note by 
J. B. Scott. 

HAGUE PEACE CONFERENCES AND REPORTS 

54. *Hague. International peace conference, 1899. 
The Hague conventions and declarations of 1899 
and 1907, accompanied by tables of signatures, 
ratifications and adhesions of the various powers 
and texts of reservations; ed. by J. B. Scott, 3d 
ed. N. Y., Oxford university press, 1915. 303 pp. 
The arrangement is excellent, the text of 
action taken on each convention by the con- 
ferences of 1899 and 1907 being given in parallel 
columns. 
65. *Hague. Permanent court of arbitration. The 
Hague court reports, comprising the awards, 
accompanied by syllabi, the agreements for arbi- 
tration, and other document* in each case sub- 
mitted to the Permanent court of arbitration and 
to commissions of inquiry under the provisions of 
the conventions of 1899 and 1907, for the pacific 
settlement of international disputes; ed. by J, B. 
Scott. N. Y., Oxford university press, 1916. 664 pp. 
Contents: Arbitrations before the Hague 
Tribunals — The Pious Fund case, the Vene- 
zuelan Preferential case. The Japanese house tax 
case, The Muscat dhows case. The Casablanca 
case. The Grisbadarna case. The North Atlantic 
coast fisheries case. The Orinoco steamship 
company case. The Savarkar case. The Cane- 
varo case, The Russian indemnity case. The 
Carthage case. The Manouba case. The Island 
of Timor case; Reports of the Hague Commis- 
sions of Inquiry — The North Sea or Dogger 
Bank case, The Tavignano, Camouna and Gau- 
lois cases. 

"It was the purpose in preparing and pub- 
lishing this volume to meet the numerous re- 
quests received by the Division of International 
Law of the Endowment for accurate informa- 
tion respecting the various cases which have 
come before tribunals of the Permanent court 
or before commissions of inquiry under the pro- 
visions of the above-named [i.e. Hague Conven- 
tions of 1899 and 1907] conventions." 

The introduction gives an interesting sketch 
of the development of the use of arbitration to 
decide international disputes from the time of 
John Jay to 1916. 
56. Higgins, Alexander Pearce. The Hague peace con- 
ferences and other international conferences con- 
concerning the laws and usages of war. Cam- 
bridge, The University press, 1909. 632 pp. 

"Dr. A. Pearce Higgins is the author of what 
is, in my opinion, by far the most instructive 
and valuable work that has been written on the 
Hague Conferences and the London Naval Con- 
ference of 1909. His account of these confer- 
ences is equally clear and accurate, and his 
criticism of the work achieved by them is remark- 
able for its great ability and perfect impar- 
tiality. He does not belong to those writers 
who eulogize everything done at the Hague or in 
London; on the contrary he proves in several 
cases that the terms of the Conventions are so 
vague and uncertain and contain so many con- 
ditions and qualifications, that they will be 
found to be of little or no value. But whilst 
he does not allow his judgment to be blinded by 
the humanitarian principles so profusely ex- 



pressed in the recitals and preambles of the 
Conventions and in the speeches of the delegates, 
Dr. Higgins does not fail to recognize the 
valuable results which have been actually at- 
tained." Introductory Note by Arthur Cohen 
in Higgins, A. P. War and the Private Citizen. 

57. Holls, Frederick William. The peace conference at 

The Hague. N. Y., London, Macmillan, 1900. 

572 pp. 

"In this book the aim has been to tell what 
took place, with sufficient fulness for the student 
of international law, but without making the 
book too technical for the general reader. The 
present writer frankly avows his conviction that 
the Peace Conference accomplished a great and 
glorious result, not only in the humanizing of 
warfare and the codification of the laws of war, 
but .above all, in the promulgation of the Magna 
Charta of international law, the binding together 
of the civilized powers in a federation for jus- 
tice, and the establishment of a permanent 
International Court of Arbitration. As this 
book is written primarily for American and 
English readers, particular attention has been 
paid to the action of the American and British 
governments. ... It is believed, however, that 
nothing of importance, bearing upon the atti- 
tude and actions of the other Powers, has been 
omitted." Preface. 

The author was a member of the conference 
from the United States of America. 

58. *Schucking, Walther. The international union of 

the Hague conferences, tr. by C, G. Fenwick. Ox- 
ford, The Clarendon press; London, N. Y., Mil- 
ford, 1918. 341 pp. 

(Lettered on cover: The work of the Hague, 
V. 1. Carnegie endowment for international 
peace.) 

"After a careful discussion of the nature of 
the conference, the services which it has ren- 
dered . . . the author proposes that the third 
conference adopt a convention defining the aim 
and purpose of the conference, the period at 
which it shall meet, the procedure to be followed 
by it in the conduct of its business, and the 
details necessary to perfect its organization." 
Introductory Note, by J. B. Scott. 

59. Scott, James Brown. The Hague peace conferences 

of 1899 and 1907. Baltimore, John Hopkins 

press, 1909. 2v. 

"The first three chapters are in the nature oi 
an introduction to the conferences and give a 
survey of their positive results. The fourtt 
chapter states the composition and personnel o) 
the delegations and seeks to show the in fiuena 
exercised by the delegations and importani 
delegates. The subsequent chapters analyz( 
the various conventions, declarations, resolu 
tions and voeux of the conferences generallj 
in the order of the final acts. The secon(; 
volume contains the instructions to the Ameri 
can delegations, their official reports, the dip 
lomatic correspondence preceding the confer 
ences and the texts which, matured at the con 
ferences and ratified by the participatin; 
powers, have become international law.' 
Preface. 

60. Scott, James Brown, ed. Texts of the peace con 

ferences at the Hague, 1899 and 1907, wit) 
English translation and appendix of related docu 
ments, ed. by J. B, Scott, Boston, Ginn, 190}; 
447 pp. I 

Contents : Rescript of the Russian Emperor,Au 
gust 24, 1898; Russian Circular, January 11, 189£ ] 
The peace conference of 1899; Official correspor. j 
dence relating to the second conference; Th 
peace conference of 1907; Appendix — Doer 
ments referring to and explanatory of tl 
Hague conventions. 






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For each Conference the following are given: 
Final act; Resolutions; Recommendations; 
Conventions; Declaration; Table of signatures; 
Reservations. The Appendix includes the 
following explanatory documents: The Declara- 
tion of Paris, 1856; General Orders No. 100 or 
Instructions for the Government of armies of 
the United States in the Field, April 24. 1863; 
The Geneva Convention of August 22, 1864 . , . ; 
Additional Articles of 1868; Project of an Inter- 
fro be continued] 



national Declaration concerning the laws and 
customs of war adopted by the Conference of 
Brussels, August 27, 1874; Laws of War on 
Land ...1880; Convention regarding hospital 
ships, signed at the Hague, December 21, 1904; 
Convention for the amelioration of the condi- 
tion of the sick and wounded of armies in the 
field, signed at Geneva, July 6, 1906. 

The French text of the conferences is given 
and an English translation. 



L.^. 

A glance at the titles of the principal articles appearing in the library [)eriodical8 from month to month 
will help the busy librarian to keep in touch with library progress. 

In some cases we elaborate the title slightly, to give a better understanding of the subject covered by the 



article. 



AMERICAN 



Library Journal, July, 1921 

Tyler, Alice S. Some aspects of library progress. 
Bostwick, A. E. The city's leadership in book dis- 
tribution. 
Hicks, F: C. The future of the A. A. L. L. 
The Swampscott conference of the A. L. A. 
Azariah Smith Root, president of the A. L. A. Portrait. 
National certification and training. 

Library Jotu*nal, August, 1921 

Power, Effie L. The children's librarian of to-day and 

to-morrow. 
Raney, M. L., and others. Library book buying. 
Library co-operation with Latin America. 
Correlation of library science courses. 
The catalog situation. 

Library Journal, September 1, 1921 
Yust, W: F. Library legislation in 1921. 
Dana, J: C. Libraries and museums. III. 
The transportation tax. 
Shannon, Monica. Los Angeles' library campaign. 

Library Journal, September 15, 1921 

Coolidge, A. C. The objects of cataloging. 
Statement as to tariff on books in the Fordney bill. 
Anderson, F. and Rachel. A reading list of books on 

social and labor problems for workers' classes. 
Eastman, Linda A. Cleveland's new "reading factories." 
Feipel, L: N. The fiction of 1920 — a library survey. 
Abernethy, J. A book-lover's protest. 

Library Journal, October 1, 1921 

Bowker, R. R. Some children's librarians [with por- 
traits.] 

Smith, Elva S. The Carnegie library school — a bit 
of history. 

Humble, Marion. The third annual children's book 
week. 

Joseph Francis Daniels, 1865-1921. 

Library Journal, October 15, 1921 

Carlton, W: N. C. The American library in Paris, Inc. 

Bowker, R. R. The county library system of Cali- 
fornia. 

Dana, J: C. Libraries and museums, IV. 

Henry, W: E. Where shall the burden [of support of 
libraries] rest? 

Best books of 1920 for children [list]. 

Yust, W: F. State appropriations for library purposes 
in 1921. 

Wyer, J. I. New York state library school. 

O'Connor, Alice K. Public libraries in French recon- 
struction. 

Public Libraries, July, 1921 

Tyler, Alice S. Some aspects of library progress. 

Coe, Frances R. Making the dry side of cataloging 
interesting. 

Brown, Louise F. Adventures among catalogs. 

Towner, H. M. Libraries and the nation. 

fenkins, H. F. The nation's appetite for fiction. 

American library association, review of proceedings of 
Swampscott conference. 



Public Libraries, October, 1921 

Heller, O. The reader at sea. 

Bevan, R, H. Americanization by libraries. 

Finney, Grace B. Circulation short cuts. 

Johnston, W. D. Newspaper publicity for libraries. 

Cowgill, Ruth. Library publicity. 

Pensions and benefits for librarians. 

Special Libraries, June, 1921 
Graham, Helen, and Quinlisk, Margaret. Price fixing 

policies of industrial associations. 
Swanton, W. I., comp. Libraries in the District of 
Columbia [list]. 

News Notes of California Libraries, July, 1921 
Quire, J. H. Legislation of the 1921 California legis- 
lature. 
Ferguson, M. J. Library legislation, 1921. 
Shannon, Monica. Los Angeles public library's cam- 
paign for a building, 
Robson, Laura. Library extension work in the Ha- 
waiian islands. 
Culver, Essae M. California library association meeting. 
Johnson, Roxana G. Resume of the literature of classi- 
fication and cataloging, January, 1920, to April 15, 
1921. 

Illinois Libraries, July, 1921 
Library legislation. 
Power, Effie L. The children's librarian of to-day and 

to-morrow. 
Mumford, E: W. Choosing books for bovs and girls. 

Illinois Libraries, October, 1921 
Nason, Sabra L. The relationship between the central 

library and branch libraries of a county system. 
Library Occurrent, Public Library Commission 

of Indiana, July, 1921 
McAfee, Georgie C. Vanderburgh county library ser- 
vice. 
Miesse, Lulu M. A trip on Parnassus [book wagon]. 
Culver, Essae M. The county library as a community 

booking agent. 
Gottlieb, Mildred. Supervising township extension 

work. 
Peck, Eva R. Arrangement in a library of pamphlets, 

etc., for ready reference. 
Farrington, F. Your trade association. 

Iowa Library Quarterly, April-May-June, 1921 
Walker, Rev. J: B. Larger and better support for our 

public libraries. 
Quigley, Margery. Library housekeeping. 

Iowa Library Quarterly, July-Augrust, 1921 
McCabe, Olivia. A day at a branch library. 
Bowman, K. Irene. Why the A. L. A. does not endorse 

serials for boys and girls. 
Outline of tentative scheme for national certification. 
New Hampshire Public Libraries, Bulletin, Sep- 
tember, 1921 
Clatworthy. Linda M. What of your reference work? 
Clement, Caroline B. Library conditions in New 
Hampshire. 

New Jersey Library Bulletin, September, 1921 
Overhead cost of books. 
Recent books worth buying [list]. 



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Johnston, E. R. Books in the home. 

Hunt. Clara W. Children's book week: A librarian's 

point of view. 

New York Libraries, May, 1921 
Wynkoop, A., and others. Topics and outline for 
library institutes, 1921: 

The ideal village library. 

The county library plan. 

Certification of librarians. 

Essentials of library technic for the small library. 

Economies in book-buying. 

Reference facilities and work in small library. 

Fugitive material and clippings; How to make avail- 
able. 

Good library housekeeping. 

Bulletin boards in the library. 

Library and immigrant education. 

New York Libraries, August, 1921 
Butterfield, K. L. The rural library and rural life. 
Hall, Anna G. County libraries — How? 
Blackall, Elizabeth W. A chapter in the history of a 

small city library [Oneonta, N. Y.] 
Williams, S. What the school expects of the school 

librarian. 
Wynkoop, A. The 1921 series of library institutes. 
North Carolina Library Bulletin, June, 1921 
Welles, Jessie. "We buy more rent books." 
Titcomb, Mary L. The Washington county [Md.] 

free library. 
Graded list of children's books [list]. 
Library directory of North Carolina. 



North Carolina Library Bulletin, September, 1921 

Griggs, Mrs. A. F. The Durham public library, il. 
Hunt, Clara W. Children's book week: A librarian's 

point of view. 
North Carolina State publications [list]. 

South Dakota Library Bulletin, June, 1921 
Lindsey, J. C. What a trustee should expect of a 

librarian. 
Rielly, Mabel. What the Hbrarian should expect of 

the trustee. 
Relation between librarian and trustees. 
Befole, F. A. Why I am a trustee. 
By-laws for trustees. 
Caille, Alberta. Why a trustee should belong to the 

S. D. L. A. 
South Dakota Library Bulletin, September, 1921 
Lewis, Leora J. The Swampscott conference [of the 

A. L. A.]. 
Quigley, Margery. Library housekeeping. 

Wisconsin Library Bulletin, June, 1921 
Caton, Laura S. Children's work in the Racine public 

library. 
Madison free library book list for school libraries [lists]. 
Robertson, Anne M. Watch Wisconsin work. 

Wisconsin Library Bulletin, July, 1921 
Bacon, Corinne. The organization of life. 
Merrill, Julia W. What to read on county libraries. 
Hutchcroft, L. W. Books and communicable diseases. 

Wisconsin Library Bulletin, October, 1921 
Kellogg, Louise P. The historic background of the 

library and the community. 



PRINCIPAL CONTENTS OF ENGLISH LIBRARY PERIODICALS 



Library Association Record, April, 1921 

Yeaxlee, B. A. Libraries and adult education in rural 
areas. 

Purnell, C. J. The London library. 

Library Association Record, May, 1921 

McColvin, L. R. Public libraries: Another aspect: A 
plea for publicity. 

Mansbridge, A. Libraries for merchant seamen. 
Library Association Record, June, 1921 

Pym, T. W. An experiment in adult education. 

Barbour, W: The library at the Ardeer factory of 
Nobel's explosives co., ltd. 

The public libraries of South Africa [to be continued]. 
Library Association Record, July, 1921 

Briscoe, W. A. Public libraries and publicity. 

Some interesting old Surrey manuscripts. 

The libraries of South Africa [continued]. 

The value of a knowledge of classification in general 
education [to be continued]. 

Library Association Record, August, 1921 

Gray, D. The organization and administration of rural 
libraries. 

Guppy, H: Special lectures on cataloguing and classi- 
fication [continued from 1920]. 
Library Association Record, September, 1921 

Macleod, R. D. University library policy and statistics. 



Turner, F. Story of a great bequest: The Layton col- 
lection at Brentford public library [to be continued]. 

Guppy, H: Special lectures on cataloguing and classi- 
fication [continued]. 

The value of a knowledge of classification in general 
education [continued]. 

The Library World, July, 1921 

The school library. 

Frey, W. G : A defence of fiction in public libraries. 
The Library World, August and September, 1921 

Old and rare books. 

The Librarian and Book World, June, 1921 

Catalogue authorship [to be continued]. 

Library advertising [review of book by W. A. Briscoe]. 
The Librarian and Book World, July, 1921 

Green, E: Library editions for public libraries. 

Catalogue authorship [continued]. 

Excessive cost of books. 
The Librarian and Book World, August, 1921 

Lumby, J. H. School libraries. 
The Librarian and Book World, September, 1921 

Robertshaw, W. Observations on branch library pis 
ning [to be continued]. 

The Library Assistant, July, 1921 

Butterfield, J. A. The library assistant's outlook am 
qualifications. 



BIRTHS AND DEATHS 
A RECORD OF NEW TITLES, CHANGED TITLES, AND DEATHS IN TH] 

PERIODICAL WORLD 

[To be continued] 

N. B. — The editor will be glad to know of any omissions or corrections not noted, for inclusion in the 
next issue, and will esteem it a favor to be notified of new periodicals by any librarian who may receive a 
sample number. Reports of deaths will be gratefully received and recorded. 

I. New Periodicals Agricultural Bulletin. Agricultural Committee of Mon- 

Ace-High Magazine. 799 Broadway, New York, N. Y. tana Bankers' Association, Helena, Mont, mo., 

mo., vol. 1, no. 1. S. 1921. 20c., $2.00. 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, Ap. 1921. 

Action Stories. 366 Fifth Av., New York, N. Y. mo., All-Fiction Quarterly. 799 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

vol. 1, no. 1, S. 1921. 20c., $2.50. . quar., 8vo, vol. 1. no. 1, O.-D. 1921. 35c., $1.25. 



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vol. 1, no. 1, D. 
mo., 8vo, 



Sydney, Aust. vol. l* 

Aust. irreg., 4to, il., 

Madison, Wis. mo.« 



's Well. Fayettsville, Ark. 
1920. 20c., $2.00. 

ican Advertiser. Bradley Beach, N. J. 
jvol. 1, no 1, F. 1921. 

ican and Greek Commerce and Industries. New 
York, N. Y. ino., 8vo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Je. 1921. $4.00. 
merican Chamber of Commerce of the Philippine Is- 
lands, Journal. M inila, P.I. mo., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, 
Je. 1921. 6 pesos. 
American Cotton Journal. New York, N. Y. ciuar., 
4to, vol. 1, no. 1, Jl. 1921. 75c. 

Inerican Fox and Fur Farmer. Ithaca, N. Y. mo., 
4to, vol. 1, no. 1, Jl. 1921. $3.00. 
fierican Fur Breeder. Eminence, N. Y. mo., vol. 1, 
ho. 1, O. 1921. lOc, $1.00. 
\nerican Museum Novitates. American Museum of 
Natural History, New York, N. Y. 8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, 
Ja. 31, 1921. 

merican Society for Testing Materials. Bulletin. Phila- 

lelphia. Pa. quar., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, Ap. 1921. 
•ican Vinegar Industry, The. New York, N. Y* 

mo., fol., vol. 1, no. 1, S. 1921. $5.00. 

a Lyrics. Alto, Ariz, bi-mo., Svo, vol. 1, no. 1, 
:Ja. 1921. 50c. no. 

'ts et Archaiologie Khmers. Paris, quar., vol. 1, no- 

1. 1921. 225 fr. 
Athletic Journal. Champaign, 111. mo., Svo, il., vol. !• 

no. 1, Mr. 1921. 20c. no. 
Australian Museum Magazine. 

no. 1, Ap. 1921. 45. 4d. 
Australian Zoologist. Sydney, 

vol. 1, no. 1, Je. 1914. 
Banker-Farmer Nevis Bulletin. 

Svo, vol. 1, no. 1, Jl. 1920. Gratis. 
Bengal Agricultural Journal. Dacca, Bengal, quar., 

Svo, vol. 1, no. 1, Mr. 1921. Re. 1.4. 
Berkshire Topics. Pittsfield, Mass. w., Svo, vol. 1, 

no. 1, My. 2S, 1921. $1.00. 
Boletin de Agricultura, Industria y Comercio de Guatemala. 

Guatemala, quar., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1921. 
Bookplate Magazine, The. London, quar., Svo, il., 

vol. 1, no. 1, Jl. 1919. 2^. Qd. no. 
Bossard News. Troy, N. Y. 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1 

Mr. 1921. 
Boston University Law Review. 11 Ashburton PI., 

Boston, Mass. quar., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1921. 

$2.00. 

Boys' Own, The. 366 W. 120th St., New York, N. Y. 

mo., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, Ap. 1921. 35c. 
Brain Power. 119 W. 40th St., New York, N. Y. mo., 

4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, S. 1921. 25c, $3.00. 
Brazil. 44 Whitehall St., New York, N. Y. vol. 1, 

no. 1, Jl. 1921. Gratis. 
Brazilian American. Rio de Janeiro, w., vol. 1, no. 1, 

1920. $6.00. 
Brazilian Business. Rio de Janeiro, mo., fol., vol. 1, 

no. 1, Ap. 1921. $3.00. 
Brinton's Weekly. Bismarck, N. D. w., 4to, vol. 1, 

no. 1, O. 2, 1920. $1.00. 
British Columbia. Department of Agriculture. Market 

Report. Alberta, B. C. w., Svo, no. 1, Jl. 18, 1921. 
British Empire Chamber of Commerce in the United States 

of America. Journal. New York, N. Y. mo., Svo, 

vol. 1, no. 4, My.-Je. 1921. 
Brown Daily Herald. Literary Supplement. Rocke- 
feller Hall, Providence, R. I. mo., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, 

Ap. 1921. 15c. no. 
Brcmnies' Book, The. 2 W. 13th St.. New York, N. Y. 

mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1920. 15c., $1.50. 
Byzantinisch- Neugriechische Jahrbilcher. Berlin- Wilmers- 

dorf. vol. 1, 1920. $5.00. 
California Outdoors. Los Angeles, Cal. mo., 4to, il., 

vol. 1, no. 1, Ap. 1921. 15c., $1.50. 



California Pear Grower, The. San Francisco, Cal. quar., 

Svo, vol. 1, no. 1, Je. 1921. 
Camara de Agricultura de Costa Rica. Boletin. San 

Joa€, C. R. mo.. Svo, no. 1, Ap. 1921. 
Candy Factory. Chicago, 111. mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, 

Je. 1921. $3.00. 
Candy Jobber. Chicago, 111. mo., 4to, il,, vol. 1, no. 1. 

F. 1921. $3.00. 
Capital Rainbow. Washington, D. C. semi-mo., 32mo, 

vol. 1, no. 1, Mr. 21, 1921. 10c. no. 
Chaleur et Industrie. Lyons, France, mo., vol. 1, no. 1, 

Mr. 1920. 
Chronicles of Oklahoma. Oklahoma City, Okla. quar., 

Svo., vol. 1. no. 1, Ja. 1921. $2.00. 
Code Creed. 43 Exchange PI., New York, N. Y. mo., 

8vo., vol. 1, no. 1, Ap. 1921. $2.00. 
Commercial Osaka. Osaka, Japan, mo., vol. 1, no. 1, 

Jl. 1920. 
Copper Review. 71 Broadway, New York, N. Y. mo., 

4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Mr. 1921. $1.00. 
Costa Azzurra Agricola-Floreale, La. Sanremo, Italy. 

mo., Svo, vol. 1, no. 1, My. 1921. L. 12. 
Cross Tie Bulletin. St. Louis, Mo. mo., Svo, vol. 1, 

no. 8, F. 1921. $2.00. 
Cunarder, The. New York, N. Y. 4to, il., vol. 1. no. 1, 

My. 1921. 15c. no. 
Czechoslovak Republic. Legation. News on Agriculture 

of the Czechoslovak Republic. Washington. D. C. 

quar.. 4to, no. 1, Je. 1921. 
Danse World. Brooklyn, N. Y. mo., Svo, vol. 1, no. 1, 

Ja. 1921. 10c. no. 
Domenica Illustrata. 49 Chambers St., New York. N. Y. 

w.. 4to, il.. no. 1. Mr. 6. 1921. $2.50. (In Italian.) 
Double Dealer, The. 204 Baronne St.. New Orleans. La. 

mo., Svo, vol. 1. no. 1. Ja. 1921. 25c., $2.50. 
Eastern Economist, The. New York, N. Y. mo., Svo, 

vol. 1, no. 1, Ag. 1921. $1.50. 
Electrical South. Grant Bldg.. Atlanta, Ga. mo., vol. 1, 

no. 1, Ja. 1921. lOc, $1.00. 
Electron, The. 171 Broadway, N. Y. mo., vol. 1, no. 

1, Ja. 1921. lOc, no. 
Encore, The. Boston, Mass. mo., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 

1921. $1.00. 
Farm-Light and Power. New York, N. Y. mo., 4to, 

vol. 1, no. 5, Ja. 1921. $1.00. 
Film Stories Magazine. 79 Seventh Av.. New York, 

N. Y. semi-mo.. 4to. il.. vol. 1, no. 1, Mr. 26. 1921. 

15c.. $4.50. 
Finnish Central Chamber of Commerce. Financial and 

Business Report. Helsingfors, Finland, semi-mo., 

4to, no. 1, O. 30, 1920. 
Flowering Plants of South Africa, The. London, quar.. 

4to, vol. 1, no. 1, N. 1920. 62^. 
Follies, The. New York, N. Y. mo., 4to, il.. vol. 1, no. 

1, Jl. 1921. $2.00. Successor to the Parisienne 

Monthly Magazine. 
France Paysanne, La. Paris, w., fol., vol. 1, no. 1. Ap. 

17. 1921. Fr. 15. 
Friendly Courier. Philadelphia. Pa. w., 4to, vol. 1, no. 

1, My. 4, 1921. $1.50. 
Fun Book, The. 1432 Market St.. Wheeling. W. Va. 

mo., il.. vol. 1. no. 1 S. 1920. $2.50. 
Gardenside Homes. Boston, Mass. bi-mo», 4to, il., 

vol. 1, no. 1, S. 1920. $1.50. 
Gasoils and Minerals. Gloversville, N. Y. w., 4to, vol. 

1, no. 1, Ap. 16, 1921. $1.50. 
Gifts. 130 W. 42d St., New York, N. Y. mo., 4to, il., 

vol. 1, no. 1, Je. 1921. $2.00. 
Gossip. New York, N. Y. semi-mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 

1, My. 6, 1921. $5.00. 
Handelsblad de Tuinbouw. Assen, Netherlands, w., 

4to, vol. 1, no. 1, Mr. 4, 1921. 6 francs. 
Hardware Salesman. Chicago, 111. mo.. 4to. il.. vol. 1, 

no. 1. My. 1921. $1.50. 



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Hollywood Informer. Hollywood, Cal. w., fol., vol. 1, 

no. 1, F. 11, 1921. $4.50. 
Home Garden. Chicago, III. mo., 8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, 

Ap. 1921. 50c. 
Indian Trails. San Diego, Cal. w., 24 mo., il., vol. 1, 

no. 1, N. 12, 1921. $1.00. 
Investors and Traders Guide. New York, N. Y. mo., 

vol. 1, no. 1. O. 1920. $1.00. 
Japan Medical World. Tokyo, Japan, mo., 4to, vol. 1, 

no. 1, My. 1921. $6.00. 
Journal of Comparative Psychology. Baltimore, Md. 6 

nos. year, 8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, F. 1921. $5.00. Suc- 
cessor to Journal of Animal Behavior and Psycho- 
biology. 
Journal of Educational Research. Bloomington, 111. mo. 

except Jl.-Ag., 8vo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1920. $4.00. 
Journal of Health and Sanitation. 300 N. Ada St., Chi- 
cago, 111., mo. 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1921. 20c., 

$2.00. 
Journal of Indian Industries and Labour. Calcutta, 

India, quar., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, F. 1921. Rs. 4.8 per 

vol. 
Laundry Age. 1468 Broadway, New York, N. Y. mo., 

il., vol. 1, no. 1, Mr. 1921. 25c., $3.00. 
Legions Review, The. Boston, Mass. fol., il., vol. 1, no. 

1, S. 1921. $2.00. 
Literary Review, The. New York Evening Post, New 

York, N. Y. w., fol., vol. 1, no. 1. S. 11, 1920. $2.00. 
Looking Forward. London, vol. 1, no. 1, O. 1921. 24^. 
Los Angeles Shipping Guide. Los Angeles, Cal. w. 

fol., vol. 1, no. 1, Je. 13, 1921. 
Love Story Magazine. 79 Seventh Av., New York, N. Y. 

bi-mo., 8vo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Jl. 10, 1921. 15c., $3.00. 
Lumbermen's Clearing House Equipment Bulletin. Chi- 
cago. 111. quar., 4to, il., vol. 1., no. 1., O. 1920. 
Maestro, El, Revista de Cultura Nacional. Mexico City . 

mo., vol. 1, no. 1, Ap. 1921. 
Management Engineering. 20 Vesey St., New York, 

N. Y. mo.,4to, il., vol. l,no. 1, Jl. 1921. 50c., $5.00. 
Masonic Digest. Los Angeles, Cal. mo., vol. 1, no. 1, 

Jl. 1921. $3.00. 
Measure, The. 4 Christopher St., New York, N. Y. 

mo., vol. 1, no. 1, Mr. 1921. $2.00. 
Medical Science Abstracts and Reviews. London, mo., 

8vo.. vol. 1, no. 1, O. 1919. $8.50. 
Musica de America. Buenos Aires, vol. 1, no. 1, Mr. 

1920. $4.80. 
Nachrichtenblatt filr den Deutschen Pflanzenschutzdienst. 

Berlin, mo., fol., vol. 1, no. 1, Jl. 1921. 
Napoleon Hill's Magazine. Chicago, 111. mo., 4to, 

vol. 1, no. 1, Ap. 1921. $3.00. 
National Coal Association. Weekly Digest. Wash- 
ington, D. C. w., fol., vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1918. 
NaturalGas. Cincinnatti, O. mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, 

O. 1920. 25c., $2.00. 
Neurological Bulletin. Columbia University, New York, 

N. Y. mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1918. 
New Jersey Ceramist. New Brunswick, N. J. quar., 

8vo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Mr. 1921. $2.00. 
New Renaissance, The. 17 E. 126th St., New York, 

N. Y. mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Ap. 1921. $5.00. 

(In Yiddish.) 
New Russia, The. London, w., 8vo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, 

F. 5, 1920. 
Oregon Law Review. University of Oregon, Eugene, 

Oreg. 4 times during college year. 8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, 

Ap. 1921. 
Oregon Voter. Portland, Oreg. w., 8vo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, 

My. 1, 1915. 
Oxford Outlook. Oxford, Eng. mo., vol. 1, no. 1, My. 

1919. 2s. 6d. 
Palestine. Manchester, Eng. w., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, 

Ja. 26, 1917. 
Pan. London, w., 4to, il.. vol. 1, no. 1, N. 8, 1919. 
Pantomime. World Bldg., New York, N. Y. w., 4to, 

il., vol. 1, no. 1, S. 15, 1912. 10c. no. 
Pendulum, The. Chicago, 111. mo., 16mo, il., vol. 1, 

no. 1, Ja. 1921. $1.00. 
Philippine Survey. The. Manila, P. I. vol. 1, no. 1, 

S. 1920. $1.00. 



Photo Drama Magazine. 15th St. at Mt. Vernon, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Ap. 1921. 35c., 

$3.00. 
Pioneer Pecan Press. Band, Tex. mo., fol., vol. 1, no. 1, 

Jl. 1921. $1.00. 
Plant- Restaurant Management. 5 N. LaSalle St., Chi- 
cago, 111. mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Mr. 1921. $2.00. 
Plantation News. Honolulu, T. H. mo., fol., vol. 1, 

no. 1, Mr. 1921. 
Play Mart. New York, N. Y. irreg., 8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, 

Ja. 1920. 5c. no. 
Poetry of To-day. London, bi-mo., 8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, 

Ja.-F. 1919. 
Port and Terminal. Brooklyn, N. Y. mo., 4to, vol. 1, 

no. 1, F. 1921. $2.00. 
Portland Roses. Portland, Oreg. quar., 12mo, vol. 1, 

no. 1, Mr. 1921. 
Progress. Chicago, 111. mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, My. 

1921. $1.00. 
Progress. 1432 Market St., Wheeling, W. Va. mo., 

8vo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, O. 1921. 35c., $3.50. 
Radio Topics. Chicago, 111. mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, 

F. 1921. $1.00. 
Rainbow Reveille. Columbus, O. mo., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, 

S. 1920. $1.50. 
Rational Living. 61 Hamilton PI., New York, N. Y. 

mo., 8vo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, D. 1920. 40c., $4.00. 
Repertorio. Milan, Italy, vol. 1, no. 1, N. 15, 1920. 

L. 38. 
Retailer's Journal. Milwaukee, Wis. mo., fol., il., vol. 

1, no. 1, Mr. 1921. $1.00 
Renter's Far Eastern Commercial Bulletin, New York, 

N. Y. fort., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, My. 15, 1921. 
Reviewer, The. 206 N. Harrison St., Richmond, Va. 

semi-mo., 8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, F. 15, 1921. 25c., 

$3.00. 
Revista Azucarera y de Agricultura. Havana, Cuba. 

mo., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, O. 1920. $4.00. 
Revista de Agriculture Tropical. San Salvador, C. A. 

mo., 4to, vol. 1, no. 3, Mr. 1921. 
Revista de Costa Rica. San Jose, C. R. mo., vol. 1, no. 

1, S. 1919. 
Revista Militar y Naval. Montevideo, Uruguay, mo., 

vol. 1, no. 1, Jl. 1920. 
Revista Telegrafica. Tegucigalpa, Honduras, vol. 1, 

no. 1, Ag. 1920. 
Revue de Botanique Appliquie et d' Agriculture Coloniale. 

Paris, quar., 8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, My. 1921. 
Revue del'AcademieArabe, La. Damascus. mo., vol. 1, 

no. 1, Ja. 1921. 
Ripon Daze. Ripon, Wis. mo.,4to, vol. 1, no. 1, Mr. 21, 

1921. 10c. no. 
Roentgen Ray Technician. Munsey Bldg., Washington, 

D. C. vol. 1, no. 1, F. 1921. $5.00. 
Rosener's Pan. New York, N. Y, quar., 16mo, vol. 1, 

no. 1, Je. 1921. 25c. no. 
Rubber Industry, The. New York, N. Y. semi-mo., 

4to, vol. 1, no. 1, Ap. 1, 1921. 
School Savings Bank Monitor. Brooklyn, N. Y. mo., 

8vo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Je. 1921. 
Science News Bulletin. Washington, D. C. w., fol., 

vol. 1, no. 1, Mr. 26, 1921. 
Scientific Lubrication and Liquid Fuel. Chicago, 111. 

mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1921. $3.00. 
Scott County Business. Georgetown, Ky. mo., 8vo, il., 

vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1921. 
Scribe, The. Portland. Ore. w., fol., il., vol. 1, no. 1, 

S. 26, 1919. 
Social Circle Directory. Allston, Mass. bi-mo., 8vo, 

vol. 1, no. 1, D. 1920-Ja. 1921. 10c. no. 
Southern Opportunities. Anniston, Ala. mo., 4to, il., 

vol. 1, no. 1, F. 1921. $3.00. 
Southwest Jersey News. Kansas City, Mo. mo., vol. 1, 

no. 1, My. 1921. Gratis. 
Speed-up. Newark Bay Shipyard, Newark, N. J. w., 

8vo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 26, 1918. 
Stage, The. 28 Chauncy St., Boston, Mass. mo., 4to, 

il., vol. 1, no. 1, D. 1920. $1.00. 
Strut, The. Fort Worth, Tex. mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 

1, S. 1918. 






:Sept.- Dec. 1921 



^mSurgical Clinics of North America. W. Philadelphia Sq., 
^H Philadelphia, Pa. bi-mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1. F. 1921. 
^mTempo. Danvers, Mass. mo., 8vo, vol. 1, no. 1. Je. 
H 1921. 20c., $1.00. 

^mTips and Nibs. Chicago, III. mo., 12mo. il., vol. 1, 
^r no. 1, My. 1921. Trade. 

Trained Men. Scranton, Pa. mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, 

My. 1921. $1.00. 

Transatlantic Trade. Berlin, vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1, 1920. 

Successor to Bulletin of the American Association of 

Commerce and Trade. 

U. S. Golf Association. Green Committee. Bulletin. 

, Washington, D. C. mo., 8vo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, F. 1921. 

Village Clubs Association. Leaflets. London. 8vo, vol. 

1, no. 1, O. 1920. 
Viribus Unitis. Warsaw, Poland, mo., vol. 1, no. 1, 

My. 1921. 150 mks. 
Voices. Steinert Hall, Boston, Mass. quar., vol. 1, 

no. 1, O. 1921. 25c., $1.00. 
Vyrocni Zprdva. Prague, quar., vol. 1, no. 1, 1921. 
Waldorf Packit. St. Paul, Minn, mo., Svo, il., vol. 1. 

no. 1, Ja. 1921. Trade. 
Water Power League of America. Bulletin. Caldwell, 

N. J. mo.. 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Jl. 1920. 
Western Humanitarian. Los Angeles, Cal. mo., 4to, 

il., vol. 1, no. 1, Jl. 1921. $1.00. 
What and Where to Buy. 20 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. 

mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, My. 1921. 
Zing. New York. N. Y. w., Svo, vol. 1, no. 1, 0. 4, 1920. 

11. Changred or Discontinued 

Agricultural Digest, The. New York. Combined with 

Livestock Pictorial with F. 1921. 
American Association of Commerce and Trade, Bulletin. 

Berlin. Discontinud with D. 1919. Succeeded by 

Transatlantic Trade. 
American Squab Journal. Warrenton, Mo. Changed to 

American Pigeon Journal with vol. 9, no. 5, My. 1920. 
Annalen fiir Gewerhe und Bauwesen. Berlin. Changed 

to Glaser's Annalen ftir Gewerbe und Bauwesen with 

vol. 89, no. 1, Jl. 1921. 
Arbitrator, The. New York. Discontinued with vol. 3, 

no. 12, My. 1921. Merged in The Nation. 
Architectural Review. New York. Consolidated with 

American Architect with Ag. 1921. 
Arts, Les. Paris. Suspended with no. 192, D. 1920. 
Balkan Economist. Budapest. Changed to The Danube 

Guardian with no. 18-21, Jl. 9. 1921. 
Better Roads and Streets. Dayton, O. Discontinued 

with N. 1920. Merged in Tractor, Cincinnati. 
Bookplate Magazine, The. London. Discontinued with 

no. 8, S. 1921. 
Business Digest Service. New York. Consolidated with 

Prentice-Hall Business Digest, with vol. 27, no. 42, 

O. 19, 1921. 
Butterfly Farmer, The. Truckee, Cal. Discontinued with 

Ag. 1914. 
Farm and Home Mechanics. Kansas City, Mo. Changed 

to Rural Mechanics with vol. 6. no. 3, Je. 1921. 
Financier, The. Changed to Banker and Financier with 

vol. 117, no. 1,. 1 Jl. 1921. 
Flying. New York. Merged in Aerial Age Weekly with 

Ag. 1, 1921. 



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France, La. New York. Suspended with Mr. 1921. 
General Federation Magazine. New York. Discontinued 

with vol. 18, no. 6. Je. 1920. 
Journal of Cutaneous Diseases. Chicago. Changed to 

Archives of Dermatology and Syphilology with vol. 

38, no. 1, Ja. 1920. 
Millard's Review. Shanghai. Changed to The Weekly 

Review of the Far Eaat with Je. 4, 1921. 
National Coal Association. Weekly Digest. Washing- 
ton. Changed to Coal Review with Mr. 17, 1920. 
National Stockman and Farmer. Pittsburgh. Issued 

in two editions, Pennsylvania and Eastern Eklition, 

and Ohio Edition, with vol. 45. no. 1, Ap. 2, 1921. 
New Era Magazine. Philadelphia. Changed to The 

Presbyterian Magazine with vol. 27, no. 10, O. 1921. 
New Success. New York. Changed to Success with 

vol. 5. no. 10, O. 1921. 
New World, The. London. Merged in Looking For- 
ward with O. 1921. 
Odd Lot Review. The. New York. Merged in Forbes 

Magazine with Jl. 24, 1920. 
Patience Worth's Magazine. St. Louis. Discontinued 

with vol. 2, My. 1918. 
Petroleum. Chicago. Merged with Petroleum Age, 

New York, with S. 1. 1921. 
Plumber and Steam Fitteer. New York. Changed to 

Sanitary and Heating Engineering with vol. 96, no. 2, 

Jl. 15. 1921. 
Psychobiology. Baltimore. Discontinued with vol. 2, 

no. 6, 1920. Succeeded by Journal of Comparative 

Psychologv. 
Revista^del Centro Militar y Naval. Montevideo. Uru- 
guay.' Discontinued with no. 175, 1918. Merged in 

Revista Militar y Naval. 
Revue Beige. Discontinued with vol. 3, no. 1, Ja. 1920. 
Revue Militaire des Armies Strangers. Merged with 

Journal des Sciences Militaires to form Revue Militaire 

Frangaise, with Jl. 1921. 
Sales Manager Monthly. Merged with Salesology and 

called Salesology and The Sales Manager Monthly, 

with O. 1921. 
Scientific American Monthly. New York. Discontinued 

with vol. 4, no. 4, O. 1921. Merged in Scientific 

American. 
Scottish Review. Paisley. Discontinued with no. 97, 

Mr. 1920. 
Strut, The. Fort Worth, Tex. Discontinued with no. 4, 

D. 1918. 
Successful Writing. Cincinnati. Changed to The 

Writers' Digest with no. 4. Mr. 1921. 
Treat 'Em Rough. New York. Suspended with Jl. 1919. 

Resumed as Uncle Sam with D. 1919. 
Trestle Board. San Francisco. Changed to The Na- 
tional Trestle Board with N. 1921. 
Water Power League of America. Bulletin. Caldwell, 

N. J. Changed to Water Power with no. 7, Ja. 1921. 
Weekly Review, The. New York. Merged with The 

Independent and called The Independent and Weekly 

Review, O. 1921. 
Zentralblatt fiir Volksbildtmgswesen. Stuttgart. Dis- 
continued with vol. 15, no. 12, Ag. 1916. Merged in 

Volksbildungsarchiv. 



DRAMATIC INDEX, JULY-DECEMBER, 1921 



A to Z, play by A. Chariot. 

Production at the Prince of Wales theatre, London. 
111. Lond. N. 159: 586(i), O. 29, '21. 
Adams, Claire, actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 600. O. 22, '21; 84: N. 26, 
'21. 
Ade, Greorge, author and dramatist, 1866-. 

Sketch, por. T. L. Masson. Bookman 54: 116- 
22, O. '21. 
Aida, opera by G. Verdi. 

Verdi's masterpiece. Etude 39: 606(i), S. '21. 
Ali, play by S. Benelli. 

Plot. C: H. Meltzer. Forum 66: 384-5, N. '21. 



Allan, Maud, dancer. 

Portrait. Graphic 104: 478, O. 22. '21. 
Allison, May, actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 342, S. 3. '21; 84: 657, 
N. 5. "21; 84: 841, D. 10, '21; 84: 930, D. 24. '21; 
84: 1019, D. 31, '21. 
Alvarez, Marguerite d', opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 83: Ag. 18, '21, 1. 
Ambush, drama by A. Richman. 

Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 78: 18(1). N. 3, 

'21. 
Review. L. Lewisohn. Nation 113: 484, O. 26, 
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Anna Christie, play by E, O'Neill. 
Criticism. Dial 71; 724-5, D. '21. 
Description. R, C. Benchley. Life 78: 18. N. 24, '21. 
Review. L. Lewisohn. Nation 113: 626(i), N. 30, 
'21. 
Araminta arrives, play by J. C. Snaith and Dorothy 
Brandon. 
Production at the Comedy theatre, London. 111. Lond. 
N. 159: 548(i), O. 22, '21. — Nation (Lond.) 30: 
154(i). O. 22, '21. 
Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 104: 501, O. 29, '21. 
Archer, William, dramatist, 1856-. 

Portrait. Cur. Opin. 71: 319, S. '21. 
Arliss, George (Andrews), actor and dramatist, 1 868- 
Sketch. pors. K. Sumner. Am. M. 92: D. '21, 
18-19, 92-9. 
Asche, Oscar, actor and dramatist, 1872-. 

Portraits in Cairo. Graphic 104: 594, N. 19, '21. 
Back pay, play by Fannie Hurst. 

Criticism. R. C. Benchley. Life 78: 18, S. 22, '21. 
Production at Eltinge theater, N. Y. city. Theatre 
34: 315-16, N. '21. 
Back to Methuselah, play by G: B. Shaw. 

Review. A. WooUcott. il. Bookman 53: 550-52, 
Ag. '21. — G. Frank. Cent. 102: 631-5, Ag. '21. 
Bacon, Frank, actor and playwright. 

Interview, por. Nat'l M. 50; 361, D. '21. 
Portrait. World's Work 42: 529, O. '21. 
Bad man. The, play by P. E. Browne. 

Plot and excerpts. K. Andrews, il. Bookman 53: 
407, 415-16, Jl. '21. 
Ballin, Madge, actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 1036. D. 31, '21. 
Barriscale, Bessie (Mrs. H. Hickman), actress, 1891-. 

Portrait. Theatre 39: 228, O. '21. 
Barry, Wesley, child actor. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 382, S. 10, '21. — Nat'l 
M. 50: 177, Jl. -Ag. '21. 
Bartholomew fair, play by Ben Jonson. 

Revival by the Phoenix society, London. Nation 
(Lond.) 29: 520(^), Jl. 2, '21. 
Bayne, Beverly (Mrs. P. X. Bushman), actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 228. O. '21. 
Bilbainita, Nati, dancer. 

Portrait. Nat'l M. 50: 126, Je. '21. 
Bill of divorcement, A, play by C. Dane. 

Production at George M. Cohan's theater, N. Y. city. 
Dram. Mir. 84: 557(i), O. 15, '21. — Theatre 34: 
385-6, D. '21. 
Review. L. Lewisohn. Nation 113: 545(i), N. 9, '21. 
Binney, Constance, actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 512, O. 8, '21. Nat'l M. 
50: 178, Jl.-Ag. '21. 
Binney, Paire, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 309, N. '21. 
Bispham, David, opera singer, 1857-1921. 

Biographical sketch, pors. Etude 39: 785-6, D. '21. 
Bizet, Georges, composer, 1838-1875. 

Secrets of his success. E. di Pirani. il. Etude 39: 
439-40, Jl. '21. 
Blood and sand, play by T: Gushing from novel by 
V. B. Ibanez. 
Criticism. R. C. Benchley. Life 78: 18(i), O. 6, '21. 
Production at Empire theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 84: 449(1), S. 24, '21. — Theatre 34: 385(0. 
D. '21. . 
Review. K. Andrews. Bookman 54: 232-3, N. '21. 
Blossom time (Drei Madelhaus), musical play by 
Dorothy Donnelly, with music by F. Schubert and 
H. Berete. 
Criticism. R. C. Benchley. Life 78: 18, O. 20, '21. 
Production at Ambassador theatre, N. Y. city. il. 

Theatre 34: 367, 388, D. '21. 
Review. L. Lewisohn. Nation 113: 456, O. 19, '21. 
Bluebeard's eighth wife, farce by A. Savoir, adapted 
by C. Andrews. 
Criticism. R. C. Benchley. Life 78: 18. O. 6. '21. 
Production at Ritz theatre. N. Y. city. Theatre 34: 

386-7. D. '21. 
Review. L. Lewisohn. Nation 112: 427-8. O. 12. '21. 



Borga gard, play by Tor Hedberg, tr. by Helga Col- 
quist. 
Text. Poet Lore 32: 317-74, Autumn, '21. 
Brady, Alice (Mrs. J. L. Crane), actress, 1892-. 
Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 1011, D. 31. '21. — Theatre 
34:305, N. '21. 
Brayton, Lily, actress. 

Portrait as Princess Sharazad in Cairo. Graphic 104: 
563, N. 12, '21. 
Brice, Fannie, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 310, N. '21. 
Brunette, Fritzi (Mrs. W. R. Daley), actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 1017, D. 31, '21. 
Burnand, Lylia, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 157, S. '21. 
Cairo, play by O. Asche. 

Production at His Majesty's theatre, London. 111. 
Lond. N. 159: 548(i), O. 22, '21. 
Carew, Ora, actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 986, D. 31, '21. 
Carter, Mrs. Leslie (Caroline Louise Dudley) (Mrs. 
W: L. Paine), actress, 1862- 
Portrait. Theatre 34: 95, Ag. '21. 
Caruso, Enrico, opera singer, 1873-1921. 

Biographical sketch, por. Theatre 34: 216, 264, 

O. '21. 
Caruso, phonography and art. por. as Rhadames. 

Outlook 128: 597-8, Ag. 17, '21. 
Obituary. por. (with wife and daughter). Mus. 
Cour. 83: Ag. 4, '21, 5, 24. — Nation 113: 165-6. 
Ag. 17, '21. 
Portraits. Mus. Cour. 83: Ag. 11, '21, 6-7. 
Sketch of. Cur. Opin. 71: 332, S. '21. 
Chalfant, Lucille, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 393, D. '21. 
Chaliapin, Peodor, Russian singer. 

Portrait. Graphic 104: 434, O. 15, '21. 
Chaune-Souris, La, play by N. Balieff . 

Production at the London Pavilion, London. 111. 
Lond. N. 159: 363(i), S. 10, '21. 
Chekoff, (Chekov, Tchekov, Tchekkof, TchekofiE), 
Anton Pavlovich, dramatist, 1860-1904. 
Tchekov and his art. E: Garnett. Quart. R. 236: 

257—69 O. '21. 
Work of.' N. B.Fagin. Poet Lore 32: 416-24, Au- 
tumn, '21. 
Christopher Sly, play from Italian of G. Forzano. 
Description. Graphic 104: 310(i), S. 10, '21. 
Production at the New theatre, London. 111. Lond. 

N. 159: 356(i), S. 10, '21. 
Scene from (picture). Graphic 104: 228, Ag. 20, '21; 
104: 389. O. 1, '21. 
Circle, The, play by W: S. Maughan. 

Plot and excerpts, il. Cur. Opin. 71: 463-72, O. '21. 

— Theatre 34: 300, 302, 304, 338, N. '21. 
Production at Selwyn theatre, N. Y. city. il. Theatre 

34: 316, 319, N. '21. 
Review. K. Andrews. Bookman 54: 232 (i), N. 
'21. — L. Lewisohn. Nation 113: 356, S. 28. 
'21. 
Claire, Ina (Pagan), actress, 1892-. 
Portrait. Theatre 34: 298, N. '21. 
Clark, Dorothy, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 94, Ag. '21. 
Clark, Trilby, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 229, O. '21. 
Claw, The (La GrifEe), drama from the French of H: 
Bernstein. 
Criticism. R. C. Benchley. Life 78: 18(J),rN. 3,'21. 
Production at Broadhurst theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 

Mir. 84: 593(0, O. 22, '21. 
Review. L. Lewisohn. Nation 113: 545 (i), N. 9 
'21. 
Clement, Edmond, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 83: Ag. 25, '21, 5. 
College theatricals. 

Harvard dramatic club plays. M. A. Best. il. 

Drama 11: 415-16, Ag.-S. '21. 
Wellesley college, Japanese plays at. Alice Perry- 
wood, il. Drama 11: 360-61, Jl. '21. 



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KfCompson, Betty, actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 1020, D. 31, '21. — Theatre 
34: 173, S. '21. 
Cooper, Violet Kemble, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 383, D. '21. 
Cordoba, Pedro de, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 377, D. '21. 
Cow-herd and the weaving maid, The, one-act play 
by Shen Hung. 
Text. il. Drama 11: 404-8, Ag.-S. '21. 
Cranston, Gladys, actress. 

Portrait as Juliet. 111. Lond. N. 159: 608, N. 6, '21. 
Craven, Frank, actor and playwright. 
Portrait. Bookman 53: 410, Jl. '21. 
Crimi, Giulio, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 83: O. 6, '21, 1. 
Crooked usage, play by S. Cooke. 

Production at the Apollo theatre, London. 111. Lond. 
N. 159:462(i), O. 1, '21. 
Curtis, Vera, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 83: S. 1, '21, 1. 
Daddy's gone a-hunting, play by Zoe Akins. 

Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 78: 18, S. 22, '21. 
Plot. L. Lewisohn. Nation 113: 325(i), S. 21, '21. 
Review. K. Andrews. Bookman 54: 230(§), N. 
'21. 
Dalton, Dorothy, actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 1021, D. 31, '21. 
Daly, William Robert, actor. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 1016, D. 31, '21. 
Dana, Viola (Flugrath) (Mrs. O. Locklear), actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 558, O. 15, '21. 
Dancing and dancers. 

Dancing as soul expression. A. Symons. Forum 66: 
308-17, O. '21. 
Davies, (Doris) Marion, actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 584, O. 22, '21. 
Davis, Owen, dramatist. 

Portrait. Cur. Opm. 71: 603, N. '21. 
Daw, Marjorie (Margaret House), actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 40, Jl. 9, '21; 84: 112, 
Jl. 23, '21. — Nat'l M. 50: 177, Jl.-Ag. '21. 
De Mille, William, moving-picture producer. 

The audience and motion-pictures, por. Dram. 11: 
344-6, 364, Jl. '21. 
Demi-virgin, The, play by A. Hopwood. 

Criticism. R. C. Benchley. Life 78: 18(i), N. 10, '21. 
Dernidre nuit de Don Juan, Le, play by E. Rostand. 

Review. L. Lewisohn. Nation 113: 271, S. 7, '21. 
Destinn, Emmy, opera singer. 

Interview, por. Mus. Cour. 83: O. 27, '21, 24, 27. 
Portrait. Mus. Cour. 83: O. 20, '21, 5(J). 
Detour, The, play by O. Davis. 

Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 78: 18, S. 15, '21. 
Plot and excerpts, il. Cur. Opin. 71 : 603-12, N. '12. 
Production at Globe theatre, Atlantic City. Jl. 1921. 

Dram. Mir. 84: 85(i), Jl. 16, '21. 
Production at Astor theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. Mir. 
84: 305(i), Ag. 27, '21. — il. Theatre 34: 313. 
319, N. '21. 
■B^ Review. K. Andrews, il. Bookman 54: 147-8, 
^m- O. '21. — L. Lewisohn. Nation 113: 299(i), S. 14. 
V '21. 
^^Difl'rent, play by E. O'Neill. 

Production at Everyman's theatre, London. 111. 
Lond. N. 159: 514(i), O. 15, '21. — Nation (Lond.) 
30: 119-20, O. 15, '21. 
Dormer windows, one-act play by Alice Raphael. 

Text. Drama 11: 418-20, Ag.-S. '21. 
Drama. 

Chautauqua and the drama. G. Zilboorg. il. Drama 

12: 16-18, O.-N. '21. 
Drama with a mission. A. B. Walkley. Forum 66: 

489-94, D. '21. 
Junior drama, another phase of. Ethel L. Knox. 

il. Drama 12: 50-51, O.-N. '21. 
The one-act play. D. J. Edmondson. Drama 11: 

409, Ag.-S. '21, and following issues. 
The peasant in drama. Adrienne Battey. Drama 
12: 7-8, 40, O.-N. '21. 



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Drama — Continued. 

The vogue of the printed play, a review of recent 
collections of plays. H. McAfee. Yale R. 11: 
197-200, O. '21. 
Drama, Germany. 

Contemporary German dramatists. A. W. G. Ran- 
dall. Dial 71: 172-8. Ag. '21. 
New philosophical basis of the German drama. H. 
Carter. Drama 11: 387-8, Ag.-S. '21, and following 
issue. 
Drama, Hindu, 

The origin of Hindu serious drama. W: Ridgeway. 
Quart R. 236: 322-39, O. '21. 
Drama in Italy. 

Great plays of Italy. C: H: Meltzer. Forum 66: 
378-85,- N. '21. 
Dream maker, The, play by W. Gillette. 

Production at Empire theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 84: 773(i). N. 26. '21. 
Dream of a spring morning, The, play by G. d' 
Annunzio. 
Production at Repertory theatre. Birmingham. Eng. 
Nation (Lond.) 30: 262(i). N. 12, '21. 
Drew, John, actor. 1863-. 

My years on the stage, pors. il. Ladies' H. J. 38: 
O. '21. 8-9, 36, 38. 40. and following issues. 
Dulcy, comedy by G: S. Kaufman and M. Connelly- 
Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 78: 18(i), S. 1, 

•21. 
Plot and excerpts, il. Theatre 34: 372, 374, 376, 

D. '21. 
Production at Frazee theatre. N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 84: 265(}). Ag. 20, '21.-11. Theatre 34: 
234. 237. O. '21. 
Review. K. Andrews, il. Bookman 54: 144-6, O. 
•21. 
Dunn, Emma, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 217. O. '21. 
Durning, Bernard J,, actor. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 1015. D. 31. '21. 
Duse, Eleonora, actress. 

Retirement of. Henrietta Straus. Nation 113: 510, 
O. 26. '21. 
Duz, Claire, opera singer. 

Sketch, por. Mus. Cour. 83: Ag. 18. '21. 33(J). 
E. and O. E., play by C. Williams. 

Production at the Little theatre, London. III. Lond. 
N. 159: 548(i), O. 22. '21. 
Eames, Clare, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 309. N. '21. 
Edge o' beyond, The, play by Gertrude Page. 

Production at Garrick theatre. London. Nation 
(Lond.) 29: 747(i). Ag. 20. '21. 
Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 104: 255. Ag. 27, '21. 
Enter Madame, play by Gilda Varesi and Dolly Byrne. 
Plot and excerpts. K. Andrews, il. Bookman 53: 
412-13, Jl. '21. 
Evans, Madge, actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 656, N. 5. "21; 84: 872, 
D. 17, '21. 
Everyday, play by Rachel Crothers. 

Production at Bijou theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 84:773(J). N. 26. '21. 
Fair Circassian, The, comedy by Gladys Unger. 

Production at Republic theatre. N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 84: 845(J). D. 10. '21. 
Faithful, The, play by J. Masefield. 

Produced in Tokyo. Y. Noguchi. il. Graphic 104: 
102(i). Jl. 23. '21. 
Faithful heart, play by M. Hoffe. 

Description. Graphic 104: 624(|). N. 26, .'21. 
Ferguson, Elsie (BIrs. T: B. Clarke, Jr.), actress, 
1883-. 
Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 1013, D. 31. '21. — Theatre 
34: 149, D. '21. 
First year, The, comedy by F. Craven. 

Plot and excerpts. K. Andrews, il. Bookman 53: 
408-10. Jl. '21. 
Fisher, Lola, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 370, D. ^21. 



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Fontanne, Lynn, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 379, D. '21. 
Foze, Earle, actor. 

Portrait. Nat'l M. 50: 128, Je. '20. 
Franklin, Irene (Lucile Marguerite) (Mrs. B. E. 
Green), actress. 
Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 404, S. 17, '21. 
Frederick, Pauline (Beatrice Lib by), actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 368, S. 10, '21; 84: 692, 
O. 22, '21; 84:836. D. 10, '21. 
Fremstad, Olive, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 83: Jl. 7, '21, 15. 
Oaron, Pauline, actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 882. D. 17, '21. 
Getting Gertie's garter, farce by A. Hopwood and 
W. Collison. 
Criticism. R. C. Benchley. Life 78: 18(i). Ag. 18, 

'21. 
Production at Republic theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 84: 193(0, Ag. 6, '21. 
Getwell, Anetha, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 176, S. '21. 
Gigli, Benjamino, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 83: D. 22, '21, 1. 
Gillmore, Margalo, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 150, S. '21. 
Gilpin, Charles, negro actor. 

Portrait. Drama 12: 89, D. '21. 
Glauco, play by E. L. Morrselli. 

Review. R. Altrochi. il. Drama 11: 347, 374, Jl. 
'21. 
Goat alley, drama by E. H. Culbertson. 

Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 78: 18(i), Jl. 7, 

'21. 
Production at Bijou theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. Mir. 
83: 1073, 1094, Je. 25, '21. 
Gold, play by E. O'Neill. 

Plot and excerpts. K. Andrews, il. Bookman 53: 

528-30, Ag. '21. 
Production at Frazee theatre, N. Y. city. Theatre 
34: 97(i), Ag. '21. 
Golden days, comedy by S. Toler and Marion Short. 
Criticism. R. C. Benchley. Life 78: 18(i), N. 24, 
'21. 
Gondoliers, The, opera by W. S. Gilbert and A. Sul- 
livan. 
Production in London. 111. Lond. N. 159: 514(i), O. 
15, '21. — Nation (Lond.) 30: 66(i). O. 8, '21. 
Good morning, dearie, musical comedy by Anne Cald- 
well and J. Kern. 
Commended. R. C. Benchley. Life 78: 18(i), N- 17. 

'21. 
Production at Globe theatre. N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 84: 665(1). N. 5. '21. 
Grand duke, The, comedy by S. Guitry, translated by 
A. Abdullah. 
Criticism. R. C. Benchley. Life 78: 18(i), N. 24, 
'21. 
Granny Boling, one-act play by P. Green. 

Text. Drama 11: 389-94, Ag.-S. '21. 
Granville, Sydney, actor. 

Portrait. Graphic 104: 388, O. 1, '21. 
Great vj'ay. The, play by H. Fish and Helen Freeman, 
adapted from novel by H. Fish. 
Production at Park theatre. N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 84: 700(i). N. 12, '21. 
Green goddess, The, play by W: Archer. 

Plot and excerpts, il. Cur. Opin. 71: 319-31, S. 
'21. — il. Theatre 34: 84, 86. 88, 128. Ag. '21. 
Gregorio, Franco de, opera singer. 

Sketch, por. Mus. Cour. 83: S. 8, '21, 18(i). 
Hackett, Charles, opera singer. 

Portrait as Almaviva. Mus. Cour. 83: N. 24. '21, 9. 
Hall, Mary, actress. 

Portrait as Lady Macbeth. Theatre 34: 89. Ag. '21. 
Hammerstein, Elaine, actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 666, N. 5, '21. 
Hand of the potter, The, drama by T. Dreiser. 

Review. L. Lewisohn. Nation 113: 762-3. D. 28. 
'21. 



Harlequinade, The, play by G. Barker and D. C. 
Calthrop. 
Criticism. K. Andrews. Bookman 53: 531(i), Ag. 

•21. 
Production at Neighborhood playhouse. N. Y. city. 
Theatre 34: 98(i), Ag. '21. 
Harmon, Lucille, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 157, S. '21. 
Hart, William S., actor, 1876-. 

Sketch, pors. M. Crowell. Am. M. 92: Jl. '21. 
18-19, 68-76. 
Hayakawa, Sessue, actor. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 42, Jl. 9, '21; 84: 816, D. 
3, '21. 
Hayes, Helen, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 150, S. '21. 
Heartbreak house, play by G: B. Shaw. 

Production at the Court theatre, London, il. 111. 
Lond. N. 159: 586(i), O. 29, '21. — Nation (Lond.) 
30: 185-6, O. 29, '21. 
Hempel, Frieda, opera singer. 

Portrait as Gilda. Mus. Cour. 83: Ag. 11, '21, 1. 
Her salary man, comedy by F. Rutherford. 

Production at Cort theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. Mir. 
84:809(i), D. 3, '21. 
Hero, The, play by G. Emery. 

Plot. L. Lewisohn. Nation 113: 381(i), O. 5, '21.— 

and excerpts, il. Cur. Opin. 71: 751-60, D. '21. 
Review. K. Andrews, il. Bookman 54: 229-30, 
N. '21.— L. Lewisohn. Nation 113: 381(i), O. 5, '21. 
Herodiade, dramatic poem by Mallarme, tr. by J. T. 
Shipley. 
Text. Poet Lore 32: 458-62, Autumn, '21. 
Hodge, William T. (L. Whitman, pseud.), actor and 
playwright, 1874-. 
Appreciation, por. Tom C. Igo. Nat'l M. 50: 203, 
237, S. '21. 
Honorable Togo, one-act comedy by H. Mclnroy. 

Text. Drama 11: 410-13, Ag.-S. '21. 
Honors are even, comedy by R. C. Megrue. 

Criticism. R. C. Benchley. Life 78: 18, S. 1, '21. 
Production at Times Square theatre, N. Y. city. 
Dram. Mir. 84: 265(i), Ag. 20. '21. — Theatre 34: 
236, O. '21. 
Review. K. Andrews, il. Bookman 54: 146(|), O. '21. 
Hotel mouse, The, play adapted from the French 
by Tennyson Jesse. 
Production at the Queen's theatre, London. 111. 

Lond. N. 159: 514(i), O. 15, '21. 
Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 104: 527, N. 5. '21. 
Hughes, Gareth, actor. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 810. D. 3, '21. 
Hull, Henry, actor. 

Portrait as the Earl of Warwick in Joan of Arc. 
Theatre 34: 89, Ag. *21. 
Humperdinck, Engelbert, composer. 1854-1921. 

Death of Humperdinck. por. Outlook 129: 208-9. 
O. 12, '21. 
Idle inn. The, play by P. Hirshbein. 

Production at Plymouth theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 84: 917(i). D. 24, '21. 
Immortal, The, one-act play by C. Click and B. 
Sobel. 
Text. Poet Lore 32 : 441-53, Autumn, '21. 
Ingram, Rex, director. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 780. N. 26, '21; 84: 1024, 
D. 31, '21. 
Inheritors, play by Susan Glaspell. 

Plot and excerpts. K. Andrews, il. Bookman 53: 
526-8, Ag. '21. 
Intimate strangers. The, play by B. Tarkington. 
Criticism. R. C. Benchley. Life 78: 18(i), D. 8, '21. 
Production at Henry Miller theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 84: 700(i), N. 12, '21. 
Jester, The (II bufifardo), play by N. Berrini. 

Plot. C: H: Meltzer. Forum 66: 378-83. N. '21. 
Jewett, Sara, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 96. Ag. '21. 

Jolson, Al (Asa Yoelson), comedian. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 151. S. '21. 



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John Bull's other i sland, play by G: B. Shaw. 

Production at the Court theatre. London. 111. Lond. 
N. 159: 420(J), S. 24. '21. — Nation (Lond.) 29: 
898-900. S. 24. '21. 
John Ferguson, play by St. J. Ervine. 

Review. K. Andrews, il. Bookman 53: 527, 530- 
31, Ag. '2L 
Joyce, Alice (Mrs. T: Moore), actress. 1889-. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 176. S. '21. 
Just neighborly, play by A. Dean. 

Text. Drama 12: 10-12. 56-62. O.-N. '21. 
Karsavina, Mme. Thamara, Russian dancer. 

Portrait. Graphic 104: 136. Jl. 30. '21. 
Keane, Doris (Mrs. B. Sydney), actress. 

Sketch, por. K. Sumner. Am. M. 92: N. '21, 34-5, 
133-6. 
Keefe, Zeena, actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 808. D. 3, '21. 
Kelly, Katherine, actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 1009, D. 31, '21. 
Kenyon, Doris, actress, 1897-. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 228, 250, O. '21. 
Kiki, play by A. Picard. 

Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 78: 18(J), D. 15. 
'21. 
King, Alta, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 160, S. '21. 
Lake, Alice, actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 548, O. 15. '21; 84: O. 29, 
'21; 84:846, D. 10, '21. 
Law, Evelyn, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 157, S. '21. 
Le Gallienne, Eva, actress. 

Portrait. Drama 12: 6, O.-N. '21. 
Legion of honor, The, play by Baroness Orczy. 

Production at Aldwych theatre, London. 111. Lond. 
N. 159: 322(J), S. 3, '21. 
Leiber, Fritz, actor. 

Portrait as Dante. Theatre 34: 297, N. '21. 
Leighton, Isabel, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 94, Ag. '21. 
Lewis, Bertha, actress. 

Portrait. Graphic 104: 388, O. 1, '21. 
Portrait as Duchess of Plaza Toro. Graphic 104: 
418. O. 8, '21. 
Liliom, play by F. Molnar. 

Plot and excerpts, il. Cur. Opin. 71: 187-97. Ag. 

'21. — il. Theatre 34: 220, 222, 224, 226, 266, O. '21. 

Production at Irving Place theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 

Mir. 84: 485(i). O. 1. '21. 
Review. K. Andrews. Bookman 53: 414-15. Jl. 

'21. 
Scene from (picture). Woman's Home C. 48: Ag. '21. 
38. 
Lipkowska, Lydia, opera singer. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 141, S. '21. 
Little mortal child. The, one-act play by Gladys LaD. 
Evans. 
Text. Poet Lore 32: 409-15. Autumn, '21. 
Little old New York, play by R. J. Young. 

Plot and excerpts. K. Andrews. Bookman 53: 411- 
12, Jl. '21. 
Livingston, Margaret, actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 916. D. 24, '21. 
Lohengrin, opera by R: Wagner. 

Description. Etude 39: 683(i). O. '21. 
Lopokova, Lydia, Russian dancer. 

Portrait. Graphic 104: 506. O. 29, '21. 
Love, Bessie, actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 728, N. 19, '21. 
Love letter. The, musical play by W: Le Baron and V. 
Jacobi. 
Production at Globe theatre, N. Y. city. Theatre 
34: 388(1), D. '21. 
Love thief. The, play by C. B. Fernald, adapted from 
the Italian of S. Benelli. 
Production at the Comedy theatre, London, il. 111. 
Lond. N. 388(i), S. 17, '21.— Nation (Lond.) 29: 
865-6, S. 17, '21. 
Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 104: 389, O. 1, '21. 



Lytell, Bert, actor. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 45, Jl. 9, '21; 84: O. 8, '21; 
84: 858, D. 10, '21; 84: 1008, D. 31, '21. 
Lytton, Henry A, actor. 

Memoirs of a merryman. il. Graphic 104: 614, N. 

26, '21. 
Portrait as Duke of Plaza Toro and as himself. Graphic 
104: 388, O. 1. '21. 
McAvoy, May, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 105. Ag. '21. 
McCarthy, Lilyan, actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 1032, D. 31, '21. 
McComas, Carroll, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 155. S. '21. 
MacKellar, Helen, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 150. S. '21. 
Madras house. The, play by G. Barker. 

Review. L. Lewisohn. Nation 113: 574-5. N. 16, 
•21. 
Main Street, play by H. O'Higgins and Harriet Ford, 
adapted from novel by S. Lewis. 
Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 78: 18(i), O. 27, 

'21. 
Production at Ambaissador theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 

Mir. 84:556(i), O. 15, '21. 
Production at National theatre, N. Y. city. il. 

Theatre 34: 365, 387. D. '21. 
Review. L. Lewisohn. Nation 113: 603-4, N. 23. 
'21. 
Manners, Lady Diana ( Mrs. A. D. Cooper), actress. 
Interview, por. Catherine Van Dyke. Ladies' H. 
J. 38: Ag. '21. 17.80.82. 
Mantle of the Virgin, The, miracle play by Vida R. 
Sutton. 
Text. il. Drama 12: 70-79. 99-100. D. '21. 
March hares, comedy by H. W. Gribble. 

Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 78: 18(i), S. 1. 

'21. 
Production at Bijou theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. Mir. 
84: 265(i). Ag. 20, '21. 
Marinofl, Fania, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 310, N. '21. 
Marionettes. 

Pirandello's "grotesques." E: Storer. Forum 66: 

271-81, O. '21. 
Tony Sarg and his work. F. J. Mclsaac. il. 'Drama 
12: 83-5. D. '21. 
Marlowe, Julia (Mrs. E: H. Sothem), actress. 
Portrait as Ophelia. Theatre 34: 361, D. '21. 
Martin, Vivian (Louise), (Mrs. W: W. JeSerson), 
actress, 1898-. 
Portrait. Theatre 34: 228, O. '21. 
Martinelli, Giovanni, opera singer. 
Portrait. Mus. Cour. 83: D. 1, '21, 1. 
Portrait as Ernani. Mus. Cour. 83: D. 22, '21, 11. 
Mask of Hamlet, play by A. Flamma. 

Production at Princess theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 84: 305(i). Ag. 27. "21. 
Mason, Edith (Mrs. G. Polacco), opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 83: N. 24. '21. 1. 
Mason, Shirley (Leonie Flugrath) (Mrs. B. Dum- 
ing), actress. 
Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 1033. D. 31, '21. 
Massenet, Jules, composer, 1842-1912. 

Biography. Etude 39: 571-2. S. '21. 
Maugham, William Somerset, author and dramatist. 
1874-. 
Portrait. Cur. Opin. 71: 470, O. '21. 
Mauret, Virginie, dancer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 83: S. 8. '21, 29. 
May, Doris (Green), actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 620, O. 29, '21; 84: 744, 
N. 19, '21; 84: 1029. D. 31. '21. 
Meaning of Thanksgiving day, The, one-act play 
by Carolyn Wells. 
Text. il. Ladies' H. J. 38: N. '21. 30. 79-80. 
Menken, Helen, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 369, D. '21. 
Milne, A. A., playwright. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 79. Ag. '21. 



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Minter, Mary Miles (Juliet Shelby), actress, 1902-. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 176, S. *21. 
Mr. Pirn passes by, drama by A. A. Milne. 

Plot and excerpts, il. Theatre 34: 152, 154, 156, 

158, 194, S. '21. 
Scene from (picture). Woman's Home C. 48: Ag. 
'21, 38. 
Mitti, Germaine, dancer. 

Portrait (with M. Tillio). Theatre 34: 227, O. '21. 
Moller, Helen, dancer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 83: S. 22, '21, 36. 
Moore, Colleen, actress. 

Sketch, por. Nat'l M. 50: 177-8, Jl.-Ag. '21. 
Moore, Grace, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 298, N. '21. 
Moreno, Antonio (Antonio Garrido Monteagudo) , 
actor, 1888-. 
Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 1014, D. 31, '21. 
Morgan, Frank, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 371, D. "21. 
Morrselli, Ercole Luigi, dramatist, -1921. 

Sketch, por. R. Altrochi. Drama 11: 347, 374. 
Jl. '21. 
Mountain man. The, play by Clare Kummer. 

Production at Maxine Elliott's theatre, N. Y. city. 
Dram. Mir. 84: 881(i), D. 17, '21. 
Moving pictures. 

Art and the cinema. G. Zilboorg. Drama 11: 352, 

375-8, Jl. '21. 
Developing motion picture film with automatic 
machinery. H. A. Mount, il. Sci. Am. 125: 
181(i), S. 10, '21. 
The gold cure. H. Croy. il. Collier's 68: O. 8, '21, 

13, 16. 21. 
The motion pictures, an industry, an not art. B. 

Rascoe. Bookman 54: 193-9, '21. 
The movie and the child's vocabulary. H. J. Bridges. 

Drama 11: 362-3. Jl. '21. 
The movie and the small town. W. H. Bridge. 

Drama 11: 363-4. Jl. '21. 
Movies. Katharine F. Gerould. Atlantic 128: 22- 

30. Jl. '21. 
The movies versus motion pictures. R. Block. Cent. 

102: 889-92. O. '21. 
The musical program. Importance of. Nat'l M. 50: 

214. S. '21. 
The pantomime and the picture. A. B. Kuttner. 

Nation 113: 375-6. O. 5, '21. 
Revamping the vampires. Nation 113: 140(§), Ag. 

10, '21. 
The screen door. W: Y. Webbe. N. Music R. 20: 
333-6, S. '21. 
Muratore, Lucien, opera singer. 

Portrait (in character). Mus. Cour. 83: D. 15, '21, 
25. 
Music box revue, revue by I. Berlin. 

Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 78: 18(i), O- 20, 

'21. 
Production at Music box theatre, N. Y. city. il. 
Theatre 34: 367, 387. D. '21. 
Musical comedy. 

Gilbert, Sullivan and D'Oyly Carte, il. H. Swaffer. 
Graphic 104: 406, O. 8, '21. 
Naldi, Nita, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 301, N. '21. 
Namara, Marguerite (Mrs. G. Bolton), opera singer. 

Portrait. Graphic 104: 478, O. 22, '21. 
Nash, Mary, actress-manager. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 373, D. '21. 
Nazimova (Nasimoff), Alia (Mrs. C: Bryant), actress 
and photoplaywright, 1879-. 
Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 186, Ag. 6, '21; 84, 765, 
N. 26, '21; 84: 880, D. 17, '21. 
Night at an inn, A, play by Lord Dunsany. 

Production at Punch and Judy theatre, N. Y. city. 

Dram. Mir. 83: 1073(|). Je. 25. '21. 

Nightcap, The, comedy by G. Bolton and M. Marcin. 

Production at Thirty-ninth street theatre. N. Y. city. 

Dram. Mir. 84: 285(0, Ag. 20, '21. — Theatre 34: 

236. 274. O. '21. 



Nobody's money, comedy by W. Le Baron. 

Production at Longacre theatre, N. Y. city. Dram 
Mir. 84:305(i), Ag. 27, '21. 
Normand, Mabel, actress, 1892-. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 4, Jl. 2, '21. 
Not so bad as we seem, play by Sir E. G. E. L. Bulwer- 
Lytton. 
The Devonshire house play. il. C. A. Lejeune, 
Graphic 104: 612(i), N. 26, '21. 
Now and then, historical parody by J: H. Turner. 
Presentation at the Vaudeville theatre, London. 

Nation (Lond.) 30: 26-8, O. 1, '21. 
Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 104: 447, O. 15, '21. 
O'Brien, Eugene, actor. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 1010, D. 31, '21. 
O'Brien girl, The, musical comedy by O. Harbach, F. 
Mandel, and L. Hirsch. 
Criticism. R. C. Benchley. Life 78: 18(i), O. 20, '21. 
Old order, The, one-act play by Evelyn Emig. 

Text. Poet Lore 32: 586-95, Winter, '21. 
O'Neill, Eugene Gladstone, playwright, 1888-. 
Portrait. Drama 11: 386, Ag.-S. '21. — Theatre 34: 

73, Ag. '21. 
Sketch of. por. P. Loving. Bookman 53: 511-20. 
Ag. '21. 
Opera in America. 

Pioneer minnesingers. T.Stearns. Outlook 129: 259- 

61. O. 19. '21 
St. Louis. Mo.. "Municipal opera in. Mus. Cour. 83: 

S. 22, '21. 5. 28.-9. 
Spain. Grand opera in. Mus. Cour. 83: Ag. 4, '21, 
23, 33. 
Opera in Europe. 

Vienna. Musical season, Review of. Henrietta 
Straus. Nation 113: 424, 426, O. 12, '21. 
Overman, Lynne, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 151, S. '21. 
Pageants. 

Plymouth, Mass. The Pilgrim pageant, 1921. L. 
Lewisohn. Nation 113: 210-11, Ag. 24. '21.— 
il. Nat'l M. 50: 209-13, S. '21. —H. Hagedorn. 
il. Outlook 128: 197-9. Ag. 31, '21. — il. Theatre 
34: 327, 356, N. '21. 
Pantomime. 

The pantomime and the picture. A. B. Kuttner. 
Nation 113: 375-6, O. 5, '21. 
Parish watchmen. The, comedy by T. Hare. 

Production by the Play Actors at Comedy theatre, 
London. Nation (Lond.) 29: 590(J), Jl. 16, '21. 
Pattiera, Tino, opera singer. 

Sketch, por. Mus. Cour. 83: S. 15, '21, 5(i). 
Peter, comedy by Marian Wightman. 

Review. M. Glass, il. Drama 11: 358-9. Jl. 
Peterson, May, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 83: Jl. 21. '21, 1. 
Pirandello, Dr. Luigi, dramatist. 

Work of. E: Storer. Forum 66: 271-81, O. '21| 
Pirates of Penzance, The, operetta by W. S. Gill 
and A. S. Sullivan. 
Production at the Prince's theatre, London. 111. 

Lond. N. 159: 586(i), O. 29, '21. 
Scene from (picture). Braphic 104: 478, O. 22, '21. 
Ponselle, Rosa, opera singer. 

Portrait as Leonora in Forza del Destine. Mus. 
Cour. 83: O. 20, '21, 19. 
Purcell, Charles, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 151, S. '21. 

Put and take, nusical comedy by I. C. Miller and others. 

Production at Town Hall, N. Y. city. Dram. Mir. 

84: 305(i), Ag. 27, '21. 

Rambeau, Marjorie, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 85, Ag. '21. 
Randall, Leita, actress. 

Theatre 34: 94, Ag. '21. 
Ray, Charles, actoi. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 1004, D. 31. '21. 
Reed, Florence (Mrs. M. Williams), actress. 

Portrait. Nat'l M. 50: 127. Je. '21. 
Rehan (Crehan), Ada, actress. I860-. 
Portrait. Theatre 34 : 96, Ag. '21 . 



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Beid, Wallace, actor. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 150, JI. 30, '21. 
Beilly, Zulieka, dancer. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 94, Ag. '21. 
Return of Peter Orimm, The, play by D. Belasco. 
Production at Belasco theatre, N. Y. city, S. 1921. 
Dram. Mir. 84: 484(i), O. 1, '21. 
Return of Prosperpine, The, play for children by 
Florence K. Frank. 
Text. il. Drama 11: 423-7,. Ag.-S. '21. 
Rich, Irene, actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 1012, D. 31, '21. 
Right to strike. The, drama by E. Hutchinson. 

Criticism. R. C. Benchley. Life 78: 18(i), No. 10, 

'21. 
Production at Comedy theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 84: 629 (i), O. 29, '21. 
Rigoletto, opera by G. Verdi. 

Description. Etude 39: 827, D. '21. 
Romaine, Margaret, opera singer. 

Sketch, por. Mus. Cour. 83: Ag. 25, '21, 35(J). 
Romancers, The, dramatic poem by E. Rostand, tr. 
by Anna E. Bags tad. 
Text. Poet Lore 32: 520-61. Winter, '21. 
Roselle, William, actor. 

Portrait. Nat'l M. 50: 127, Je. '21. 
Ruben, Jose, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 371, D. '21. 
Ruddigore, operetta by W: S. Gilbert and A. S. Sullivan. 
Revival at the Prince's theatre: London. 111. Lond. N. 
159: 628(i). N. 5, '21.— Nation (Lond.) 30: 223-4, 
N. 5. '21. 
Scene from (picture). Graphic 104: 519, 536, N. 5, '21. 
— III. Lond. N. 159: 652, N. 12, '21. 
Russell, Lillian (Helen Louise Leonard) (Mrs. 
A. P. Moore), actress, 1861-. 
Portrait. Theatre 34: 96, Ag. '21. 
Russian ballet. 

The art of the Russian ballet. J. M. Murry. Nation 

(Lond.) 29: 835-6, S. 10, '21. 
In England, il. Graphic 104: 102(i), Jl. 23. '21. 
Ryan, Mary, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 310. N. '21. 
Salisbury, Monroe, actor. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 332, S. 3, '21. 
Scandals of 1921, revue by G: White and B. Baer. 
Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 78: 18(1), Jl. 28, 
•21. 
Scarlet man, The, play by W. Le Baron. 

Production at Longacre theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 

Mir. 84: 305(i), Ag. 27, '21. 
Production at New National theatre, Washington, 
D. C. Je. 1921. Dram. Mir. 84: 13(J), Jl. 2, '21. 
Seton, Harold, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 371, D. '21. 
jShakespeare, William, dramatist, 1564-1616. 
( Mr. Harris' defence of the moral genius of Shakespeare, 
i Cur. Opin. 71: 621-2. N. '21. 
I Shakespeare apart. T. Brooke. Yale R. 11: 102- 

16, O. '21. 
Shawn, Ted (Edward), dancer. 

Biographical sketch. Mus. Cour. 83: Jl. 14, '21, 
14(J). 
Sign on the foor, The, play by C. Pollock. 
Description. Graphic 104: 310(i), S. 10. '21. 
Scenes from (pictures) . Graphic 104: 417, O. 8. '21. — 
I 111. Lond. N. 159: 463, O. 8, '21. 
Silver fox, The, comedy by C. Hamilton. 

Criticism. R. C. Benchley. Life 78: 18, S. 22, '21. 
Production at Maxine Elliott's theatre, N. Y. city. 
Theatre 34: 314-15, N. '21. 
Six cylinder love, comedy by W: A. McGuire. 
Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 78: 18, S. 15, '21. 
Production at Sam H. Harris theatre, N. Y. city. il. 
Theatre 34: 291, 313-14, N. '21. 
Six-fifty, The, comedy by Kate McLaurin. 

Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 78: 18(|), N. 17, 

'21. 
Production at Hudson theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 84: 629(i). O. 29. '21. 



Skylark, The, comedy by T: P. Robinson. 

Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 78: 18(i), Ag. 11. 

Production at Belmont theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 84: 167(J). Jl. 30. '21. — Indep. 106: 41. Ag. 
6. '21. — il. Theatre 34: 213. 233. O. '21. 
Review. K. Andrews. Bookman 64: 146-7. O. 
•21. 
Slippers, fantasy in one act by Anne Macfarlane. 

Text. Poet Lore 32: 425-30. Autumn, '21. 
Smith, Clair Eugenia, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 83: N. 3, '21, 1. 
Snapshots of 1921, revue. 

Production at Selwyn's theatre. N. Y. city. 11. 
Theatre 34: 97-9. Ag. '21. 
Sob sister, play by Lillian Saunders, founded on story 
by Fannie Hurst. 
Text. Drama 11: 354-7. Jl. '21. 
Sonny, play by George V. Hobart and R. Hubbeli. 
Production at Cort theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. Mir. 
84: 265(1). Ag. 20. '21. — Theatre 34: 236. O. '21. 
Sonya, play by E. T. WyckoflF. 

Production at Forty-eighth street theatre, N. Y. 

city. Dram. Mir. 84: 285(J). Ag. 20. '21. 
Review. K. Andrews. Bookman 64: 149. O. '21. 
Speckled band. The, play by A. C. Doyle. 

Production at the Playhouse. London. 111. Lond. 
N. 159:452(i). O. 1. '21. 
Spencer, Katherine, actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 653. O. 16. "21; 84: 1028. 
D. 31, '21. 
Spring, The, play by G: C. Cook. 

Appreciation. R. C. Benchley. Life 78: 16(J), O. 20, 
'21. 
Starke, Pauline, actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 774, N. 26. '21; 84: 888. 
D. 17, '21. 
Starr, Frances (Grant), actress. 1886-. 
Portrait. Theatre 34: 209, 249. O. '21. 
Steamer Tenacity, The, comedy by C: Vildrac. tr. 
by J: S. Newberry. 
Text. Poet Lore 32: 463-96. Winter. '21. 
Stewart, Anita (Anna) (Mrs. R. C. Cameron), ac- 
tress. 1895-. 
Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 1025. D. 31, '21. 
Stone, Fred, actor. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 692. N. 12. "21; 84: 918. 
D. 24. '21; 84:993. D. 31. '21. 
Stravinski, Igor, composer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 83: Jl. '14. '21. 28. 
Stravinsky the enigma. C: H. Meltzer. Forum 66: 
241—8 S. '21 
Straw, The, drama by E. O'Neill. 

Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 78: 18(i), D. 8. 

'21. 
Production at Greenwich Village theatre. N. Y. city. 

Dram. Mir. 84: 737(i), N. 19. '21. 
Review. L. Lewisohn. Nation 113: 626(}). N. 30. 
'21. 
Sunkist, musical play by Fanchon and Marco. 

Production at Globe theatre, N. Y. city. Theatre 34: 
97(i), Ag. '21. 
Swanson, Gloria (Mrs. H. K. Sombom), actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 114, Jl. 23. '21. 
Swords, play by S. Howard. 

Appreciation. R. C. Benchley. Life 78: 18. S. 22, 

•21. 
Review, il. K. Andrews. Bookman 64: 228-9, 
N. '21. — L. Lewisohn. Nadon 113: 325(i). S. 21, 
'21. 
Tangerine, musical comedy by P. Bartholomae, G. 
Bolton, and C. Sanders. 
Criticism. R. C. Benchley. Life 78: 18(J), Ag. 26. 

'21. 
Production at Casino theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 84: 229, Ag. 13, '21. — U. Theatre 34: 213. 
234, O. '21. 
Tarkington, (Newton) Booth, author and playwright, 
1869-. 
Sketch, por. Bookman 64: 218-21, N. '21. 



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Tarzan of the apes, play by H: Woodgate and A. 

Gibbons. 
Criticism. R. C. Benchley. Life 78: 18, S. 29, '21. 
Taylor, Laurette (Cooney) (Mrs. J. H. Manners), 
actress and dramatist, 1887-. 
Portrait. Drama 11: 353, Jl. '21. 
Tashman, Lillian, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 370, D. '21. 
Teaser, The, comedy by Martha M. Stanley and 
Adelaide Mathews. 
Production at the Playhouse, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 84: 193(i). Ag. 6, '21. — Theatre 34: 233, 
O. '21. 
Tellegen, Lou- (Isador Louis Bernard Edmund van 
Dammeler), actor and dramatist, 1886-. 
Portrait as Don Juan. Theatre 34: 289. N. '21. 
Terry, Alice (Mrs. E. Ingram), actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 697, N. 12, '21; 84: 800, 
D. 3, '21. 
Thank you Phillip, play by A. L. Burke. 

Production at the Apollo theatre, London. 111. Lend. 

N. 159: 7.04 (i), N. 19, '21. 
A marvel in make-believe. H. Key. il. Graphic 

104: 48. Jl. 9, '21. 
The playwrights' theatre. Lucie R. Sayler. 11. Drama 
12: 25-7, 40, O.-N. '21. 
Theatre in America. 

New York city. On the New York stage. H. Broun. 

il. Collier's 68: N. 26, '21, 12-13. 
New York city. Season of 1920-21. Our awakening 
theatre, il. O. M. Sayler. Cent. 102: 514-24, 
Ag. '21. 
New York city. Theater Guild, Work of. G. 

Frank. Cent. 102: 630-31, Ag. '21. 
New York city. The Yiddish theatre. C. Madison. 

Poet Lore 32: 497-519, Winter. '21. 
Stageless road. G. Zilboorg. Drama 11: 395-6, 
Ag.-S. '21. 
Theatre in Canada. 

Toronto theatres in the eighties. W: G. Colgate. 
Canad. M. 57: 279-82. Ag. '21. 
Theatre, Community. 

The community theatre. K. M. Ellis. Drama 11: 
414-15, Ag.-S. '21. 
Theatre — Stage. 

The art of the theatre. A. Bakshy. il. Drama 11: 

402-3, Ag.-S. '21, and following issue. 
Ricciardi and his theatre of color. Cur. Opin. 71: 

612-13, N. '21. 
Stage designs of Herman Rosse, il. Cur. Opin. 71: 
474-6, O. •21. — C: H. Dorr. il. Theatre 34: 
162-3. S. '21. 
Threads, play by F. Stayton. 

Production at St. James theatre, London. 111. Lond. 
N. 159: 322(i), S. 3, '21. — Nation (Lond.) 29: 
805-6, S. 3, '21. 
Thurman, Mary, actress. 

Portrait as French Dauphin. Theatre 34: 311, N. '21. 
Ties of blood, one-act drama by Lillian S. Pel^e. 

Text. Poet Lore 32: 572-80, Winter, '21. 
Tillio, M., dancer. 

Portrait (with Germaine Mitti). Theatre 34: 227. 0.'21. 
Timothy, play by D. Belasco. 

Production at the Shaftesbury, London. 111. Lond. 
N. 159: 488(i), O. 8, '21. 
Todd, Dann, actor. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 630, O. 29, '21. 
Tongues of fire, one-act play by P. Kearney. 

Text. Drama 11: 397-401, Ag.-S. '21. 
Trial by jury, operetta by W: S. Gilbert and A. S. 
Sullivan. 
Production at the Prince's theatre, London. 111. Lond. 
N. 159: 586(J). O. 29. '21. 
Triumph of X, The, play by C. Wupperman. 

Production at Comedy theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 

Mir. 84: 336(i), S. 3, '21. — Theatre 34: 314, N. '21. 

Review. K. Andrews. Bookman 54: 148-9, O. '21. 

Turn in the road, The, comedy by A. E. Thomas. 

Production at Apollo theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. Mir. 

83: 1094(i), Je. 25, '21. 



Two blind men and a donkey, play for marionettes 
by M. M. Dondo. 
Text. Poet Lore 32: 391-402, Autumn, '21. 
Uncle Jimmy, one-act play by Zona Gale. 

Text. il. Ladies' H. J. 38: O. '21, 18-19. 98. 101-4. 
Undercurrents, play by K. Barnes. 

Production at Academy theatre. London. Nation 
(Lond.) 29: 626-30. Jl. 23, '21. 
Unseen, The, play by L. Casson. 

Production at the Little theatre, London. 111. Lond. 
N. 159: 648(i). O. 22, '21. 
Varesi, Gilda, actress and playwright. 

Portrait. Bookman 53: 413, Jl. '21. — Theatre 34: 
93, Ag. '21. 
Varying shore. The, play by Zoe Akins. 

Production at Hudson theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 84: 845(i), D. 10, '21. 
Verge, The, play by Susan Glaspell. 

Review. L, Lewisohn. Nation 113: 708-9, D. 14, 
•21. 
Viardot, Pauline, opera singer. 

Life of. pors. il. Mus. Cour. 83: Jl. 21, '21, 6-7. 18. 
Wait till we're married, play by O. Morosco. 

Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 78: 18(J), O. 20, 
'21. 
Walker, Laura, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 82, Ag. '21. 
Wandering Jew, The, play by E. T. Thurston. 

Criticism. R. C. Benchley. Life 78: 18, N. 17, '21. 
Production at Knickerbocker theatre, N. Y. city. 
Dram. Mir. 84: 665(i), N. 5, '21. 
Ward, Dorothy, actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 84: 256, Ag. 20, '21. 
Warfield, David, actor, 1865-. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 151, S. '21. 
Way the noise began. The, play by D. and Beatrice 
Knowlton. 
Text. il. Drama 12: 20-21, O.-N. '21. 
Welcome stranger, comedy, by A. Hoffman. 

Production at Lyric theatre, London, il. Graphic 
104: 621, N. 26, '21. — 111. Lond. N. 159: 704(i), 
N. 19, '21. 
Westley, John, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 371, D. '21. 
What men live by, one-act play by Virginia Church, 
adapted from story by L. Tolstoi. 
Text. Drama 12: 33-8, O.-N. '21. 
White, Pearl, actress, 1889-. 

Sketch, pors. M. B. Mullett. Am. M. 92: S. '21, 
32-5, 64-6. 
White-headed boy. The, comedy by L. Robinson. 
Criticism. R. C. Benchley. Life 78: 18, O. 6. '21.11 
Production at Henry Miller theatre, N. Y. city. 
Dram. Mir. 84: 448(^), S. 24, '21. — Theatre 34: 
386(i), D. '21. 
Review. K. Andrews. Bookman 54: 231-2, N. '21. 
Wild cat, The, opera by M. Penella. 

Production at Park theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 84: 8G9(i), D. 3, '21. 
Will Shakespeare, play by C. Dane. 

Criticism, il. Graphic 104: 624(i), N. 26, '21. 
Winwood, Estelle, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 82, Ag. '21. 
Woman to woman, play by M. Morton. 

Production at the Globe theatre, London. 111. Lond 
N. 159: 388(i), S. 17, '21. 
Wren, The, play by B. Tarkington. 

Criticism. R. C. Benchley. Life 78: 18, O. 27, '21. 
Yeats, William Butler, poet and dramatist. 

Four years. W: B. Yeats. Dial 70: 611-26, Je. '21, 
and following issues. 
Young, Mary (Mrs. J: Craig), actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 309, N. '21. 
Young Mr. Santa Claus, fantasy by Claudia L. 
Harris. 
Text. Drama 12: 42-7, O.-N. '21. 
Yurka, Blanche, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 34: 321, N. '21. 
Ziegfeld, W. K., moving-picture producer. 
Portrait. Nat'l M. 50: 127, Je. '21. 



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BERNARD CHRISTIAN STEINER, PH. D. 

(librarian ENOCH PRATT FREE LIBRARY. BALTIMORE, MD.) 



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FRONTISPIECE BULLETIN OF BIBLIOGRAPHY 
JANUARY — APRIL, 1922 



Bulletin of Bibliography 

Vol. 11, No. 7, January -April, 1922 



Bulletin of Bibliography 

Edited by Frederick W. Faxon 



Vol. 11 



January -April, 1922 



No. 7 



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The Bulletin of Bibliography was established 
in 1897 as a medium for the publication of articles, 
bibliographies, reading lists, and other material helpful 
to libraries. The ''Department of Applied Library 
Economy'' and the quarterly ''Dramatic Index'' are 
regular features, as is also the record of "Births and 
Deaths in the Periodical World." A portrait of some 
well-known librarian or bibliographer is given in each 
issue. 

Correspondence concerning the Bulletin is solicited, 
and lists or articles suitable for publication are desired. 
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EDITORIAL COMMENT 

This is the spring issue of the Bulletin 
of Bibliography and contains much of use 
to librarians, and offers in its cover adver- 
tising pages an unusual selection of Peri- 
odical Sets, as well as notices of new books. 

The problem of library subscriptions has 
received careful study by our Subscription 
Department, and suggestions toward the 
improvement of service will be cheerfully 
made to any librarian contemplating a 
change in expiration date from December 
to a less congested time. Many are already 
shifting to June or September. For a 
college library there seems to be an espe- 
cially good reason for subscriptions to com- 
mence with the college year. Write us 
about it. Our subscription service is for 
libraries exclusively, and no other agent 
carries back numbers in stock. 

OUR FRONTISPIECE 

There are very few librarians who can 
point to a record of service in one library 
for thirty years. Such, however, is the 
record of Bernard C. Steiner, librarian of 
the Enoch Pratt Free Library of Baltimore 



since 1892. He is a native of Connecticut, 
and was graduated from Yale University 
in 1888, won his Doctor of Philosophy 
degree at Johns Hopkins in 1891, and was 
given his LL.B. by the University of Mary- 
land in 1894. He was instructor in history 
at Williams College in 1891-2. During 
his long term as head of the Public Library 
of Baltimore he has found time to serve 
as instructor in history at Johns Hopkins, 
as dean and professor of constitutional 
law in Baltimore University, and as dean 
and professor of public law in the Baltimore 
Law School. 

He has also been active in the Maryland 
Historical Society and in many civic asso- 
ciations of Baltimore. He is the author of 
many books, and has been contributor to 
various historical and genealogical periodi- 
cals. A member of the American Library 
Association since 1893, he has served on 
many committees, and attended twenty- 
five A. L. A. conferences. We are glad to 
add his portrait to our gallery of librarians. 

PLAYS OF 1921 

We have just published a very- timely and 
useful pamphlet entitled "Index to Plays 
(in English) published during 1921." It is 
arranged by titles and by authors, and was 
compiled by J. Bentley Mulford of the 
Library of Congress. 

Every librarian will want this, as it will be 
invaluable for those people who enjoy read- 
ing dramatic literature, for those who wish 
to read a play because they expect to see it 
on stage or screen, and for those who would 
read of what they have seen in the theater. 

Price SI .00 in paper. 

TAGORE 

We have just issued a reprint, in handy 
pamphlet form, of Dr. Kitch's "Bibliography 
of Tagore." This is No. 26 in Bulletin of 
Bibliography Pamphlets, and may be had 
for 25c. postpaid. 

SERIES AND SEQUELS FOR JUVENILE 
READERS 

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children's work is done. It is out-of-print, 
but we shall issue a new and revised edition 
next fall. Suggestions as to new entries 
or omissions will be very welcome to the 
compiler and may be sent to the Bulletin 
editor. 

COMMERCIAL LAW 

We call special attention to the notice 
in the advertising pages of the last chance 
to get complete sets of "The Commercial 
Laws of the World," a monumental work, 
which the business men of all cities will 
find a valuable aid in handling foreign 
contracts. 

MAGAZINES UNKNOWN TO LIBRARIES 

All the "domesticated" periodicals can be con- 
sulted in almost any library of size, and there are 
general indexes to guide the reader to what he wishes. 
Do you know how many "wild" magazines are 
to-day crouching on every news stand ready to 
spring at the unwary reader. They have no general 
subject-indexes to hold them in leash, but each is 
its own best index, for what the cover picture does 
not tell, the name, in nearly every case, indicates. 
And all these untamed youngsters or vamps are 
fiction, fiction only, not one article on any informing 
topic, only stories, and then more stories. Listen 
while we call the roll: Ace- High Stories, Action 
Stories, Adventure, Ainslee's Magazine, Argosy- A II 
Story Weekly, Black Cat, Black Mask, Blue Book, 
Breezy Stories, Brief Stories, Clever Stories, Detective 
Stories, Everybody's, Fascinating Fiction, I Confess, 
Live Stories, Love Story Magazine, Munsey's, Mystery 
Magazine, People's Story Magazine, Popular Magazine, 
Saucy Stories, Sea Stories, Short Stories, Smart Set, 
Snappy Stories, Telling Tales, Ten-Story Book, Top- 
Notch Magazine, True Story Magazine, Wayside Tales, 
Western Story Magazine, World Fiction, Young's 
Magazine. Isn't that quite some bunch — thirty- 
four of 'em; and for good measure let us add All Fic- 
tion Quarterly, Blue Moon, Droll Stories, Pepper Pot, 
Spice Box, and The Thriller, which are quarterly issues 
of some of the others, selling the same fiction over 
again three months later. 

A close second to these wild animals at large are 
those in captivity — the movie herd — let us look 
behind the screen and see: — Dramatic Mirror and 
Screen, Film Fun, Film Play, Film Stories Magazine, 
Motion Picture Classic, Motion Picture Magazine, 
Movie Digest, Movie Weekly, Moving Picture Stories, 
Pantomime, Picture Play Magazine, Photo Drama 
Magazine, Photoplay, Screenland, Shadowland. 

Fifteen more, most of them stories only, and the 
great majority illustrated. The high cost of printing 
seems not to have troubled all this news stand progeny. 

RADIO 

The latest craze is Radio Telephony and already 
there are magazines devoted to this newest of in- 
ventions: 

Popular Radio, New York. Vol. 1, no. 1, May, 
1922. 

Q. S. T., Hartford, Conn. Vol. 5, no. 9, April, 1922. 

Radio, San Francisco. Vol. 4, no. 5, May, 1922. 



Radio Age, Chicago. Vol. 1, no. 1, May, 1922. 

Radio Broadcast, New York. Vol. 1, no. 1, May, 
1922. 

Radio Digest, Chicago. Vol. 1, no. 1, May, 1922. 

Radio Digest Illustrated, Chicago. Vol. 1, no. 1, 
April 15, 1922. 

Radio News, New York. Vol. 3, nos. 10-11, 
April-May, 1922. 

Radio Service Bulletin, Washington. 

Radio Topics. Oak Park, 111. Vol. 2, no. 3, 
April, 1922. 

Radio World, New York. Vol. 1, no. 1, April 1, 
1922. 

Wireless Age, New York. Vol. 9, no. 7, April, 
1922. 

Wireless World and Radio Review, London. Vol. 
10, no. 1, April 1, 1922. 

These are a few we have noted on news stands in 
April, 1922. 

MAGAZINE NOTES 

Dramatic Mirror, after 2,247 weekly issues, has 
blossomed into a monthly. January 7 was last 
weekly issue of vol. Ixxxxv (sic), and March 22, 1922, 
is no. 2,248, the first monthly issue. By the way, 
when Mr, Wyckoff prints his volume number as 
Ixxxxv he means vol. 85. We called at his office 
last winter and he wouldn't see us — extra cross, 
we'll say he is — -and this volume number shows him 
right up, doesn't it. With April, 1922, it died. 

Leslie's Weekly, the "oldest weekly illustrated 
newspaper in the United States" has adopted an 
11^ X S}4 little dinky size, with a pretty colored 
cover and some "insides" which would be much 
increased in attractiveness could a better paper be 
used for the illustrations and a larger type for our 
eyes. The new size came on May 21, 1921. Each 
issue is paged separately! 

Survey Graphic, vol, 1, no. 1, November, 1921, 
made its bow to the subscribing public, and — my 
word! It was a real surprise, and struck a new note 
in magazine publishing. For it is really only an 
enlarged, illustrated number of the weekly Survey, 
and we all get it with our regular subscriptions to 
the weekly, into which it is paged. In fact vol. 1, 
no. 1, is paged from 131 to 194. If you don't want 
the weekly you can get the Survey Graphic for $3.00, 
twelve issues. And the issue which goes to the 
weekly subscribers is called "Survey, Graphic Edition," 
and is dated vol. 47, no. 5, October 29, 1921, and the 
monthly subscription gets the same thing called 
Survey Graphic, vol. 1, no. 1, November, 1921, "Mike 
and Ike, they look alike," 

"System," a little farce in three acts. Time, 
spring of 1922. 

March 7. Act I. Publisher of System: — Dear 
Sir: — We are informed by Adelbert College Library 
that there is some irregularity in the receipt of num- 
bers of System, for which we paid you. 

The F. W. F. Co. 

March 14. Act 11. Adelbert College Library i — 
Gentlemen: — The Faxon Company writes us that 
you are having some trouble with your subscription 
to System. We find it correctly entered and will 
not expire until December, 1922. 

Collection Manager System. 

March 18. Act III: Adelbert College Library: — 
Sirs: — We have your signed order for a renewal 
subscription to System. Frankly, what did you 



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by signing such an order, and then refusing 
pay, even after three bills are sent you! 

Collection Manager System. 
Other libraries desiring to receive a special three- 
act skit, need not write — just wait — you will get 
yours soon, 

Tennessee Historical Magazine. Vol. 6, no, 4, Janu- 
ary, 1921 [issued December, 1921]" is the legend on 
the front cover, and inside we find it called vol. 6, 
no. 3, October, 1920. This last is simply a mis- 
print, but we note it as a matter of record, while 
sending our best wishes to the editor, who is willing 
to give, where all may see it, the record of his slowness. 
Future bibliographers will bless him for those words. 

»NEW BOOKS BY LIBRARIANS 
JASTROW, Morris, Jr. The Song of Songs. 
This book completes the trilogy that Morris J astro w 
planned, studied for, and published, though he did 
not live to see this third book in completed form. 
We have already noticed his "Gentle Cynic" and 
"Book of Job." This, the new interpretation of 
"The Song of Songs," is, as its sub-title states, "a 
collection of love lyiics of Ancient Palestine." The 
songs are profusely annotated and the author makes 
them show their real beauty and irresistible appeal. 
The "Song of Solomon" of our Old Testament be- 
comes disclosed as a series of beautiful love songs 
of long ago. 

Phila. J. B. Lippincott Co. 1921. 246 pp. $3.00. 

Krause, Louise B. Better Business Libraries. 
A book of 128 pages, being a series of zirticles re- 
printed from "Trained Men," zifter revision and being 
brought up to date. 

Chicago. $1.30. 

From the American Library Association we have 
;ived the following: 



The United States, a short reading list of 
popular books on American history, government, 
ideals, and literature. This pamphlet was originally 
issued by the Buffalo public library, and compiled 
by Mrs, Theresa Elmendorf. 

Chicago, 1022. 20 pp. 

Booklist Books, 1921. A selection. In a 
pamphlet of seventy-sbc pages the best Ix)oks of the 
year are selected, arranged by divisions: General 
literature, fiction, children's books, technical books, 
and at the end an author-subject index. 

Chicago. 1922. 76 pp. 25c. 

From the H. W. Wilson Co. we have received 
the following: 

Disarmament: selected articles, compiled by 
Mary K. Reely. This is one of the "Handbook 
Series," and contains a collection of the more desir- 
able recent articles on this subject, a summary of 
congressional action, intimation of what war will 
be like in future. There is a selected bibliography 
and list of organizations working for and against 
disarmament. 

New York. 1921. 320 pp. $2.25. 

Independence for the Philippines, selected 
articles on. Compiled by Julia E. Johnsen. A 
pamphlet in the "Abridged Debater's Handbook 
Series." 

1921. 86 pp. 75c 

On Buying and Using Print, practical sug- 
gestions from a librarian to the business man, by John 
Cotton Dana. 

60 pages, paper. 50c 

Directions for the Librarian of a Small 
Library, by Zaidee Brown, a new edition revised by 
Anna G. Hall. 

47 pages, paper. 30c. 



DEPARTMENT OF APPLIED LIBRARY ECONOMY 
Autographed Books of the Grosvenor Library 

By George Hibbard, Assistant Librarian 



How the Grosvenor Library, Buffalo, 
few York, first came to collect autographed 
books is lost in the dim and distant mists 
of five years ago. Whether the practice 
came about through accident or whether 
it was formally adopted has now been for- 
gotten. Anyhow the library has for some 
time been gathering together volumes of 
contemporary writers in which they have 
inscribed their names. As to autographed 
books of the past, no attempt has been 
made to obtain them. A "presentation 
copy" with the name of some famous writer 
of other days, the library is certainly glad 
to have. Still, in regard to its acquisition, 
the price would be a "fancy one," and out 
of all proportion to the usefulness such 
a volume would have for the library. If 
such a book is presented, as has been the 



case, the Grosvenor is, of course, delighted 
to receive it and add it to its other literary 
rarities. On the other hand, with the 
autographs of living writers which the 
library seeks to get, there are not the same 
drawbacks. These in turn are really presen- 
tation copies to the library and are the 
generous gifts of the authors. 

Not that the way of the library is to 
ask the authors for their books. That 
would be too much like urging a willing 
horse, and all the writers have always been 
very willing in their kindness in giving 
autographs. Some book is taken, or some 
books are taken, already in the library, for 
inscription with the author's name. Neither 
does the library send books out of town. 
The method of procedure is to wait until 
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approach him or her and obtain the desired 
signature. 

Buffalo has become so large, and its rela- 
tions with the rest of the country and the 
world have become so extended, that famous 
men and women are constantly coming to 
it. They come as speakers for some cause. 
They come as lecturers on some particular 
subject. They come as the friends of Buf- 
falonians. Whatever brings them, the li- 
brary is on the lookout, and, if possible, no 
one whose name is well known is allowed 
to escape without an autograph. 

Fortunately those who are called upon 
to take this trouble do not seem displeased 
and are always very genial about it. This 
is proved by the fact that for the most part 
they very kindly go out of their way to 
write a little more than the mere signature. 
A good wish and expression of opinion 
or a quotation is frequently added. They 
do not seem to mind doing what is asked 
of them, and indeed the library does not feel 
that it is asking too much. To dash off 
a signed line or two does not take long, and 
then the library has a book for all time 
which has a greatly enhanced interest for 
the reader of the present and for the reader 
of the years to come. In fact, as a city 
institution, it is adding in a small way to 
the city's literary possessions. In all the 
auction sales the fact that a book is auto- 
graphed increases its auction value; and 
the greater the writer, the greater the in- 
creased value of the book. Not that the 
money value of a book is really of any great 
importance to a public library, which never 
expects to sell the book and never will sell 
it. Indeed something of an anomaly, if 
not a paradox, may be found in connection 
with the money value of books in regard to 
a public library. The fact is that as soon as 
a book is placed on the shelves, it abso- 
lutely looses its money value. It is always 
going to stay there and in a money and mer- 
cantile way a thing is only valuable because 
it will sell. If a thing is never going to be 
sold, as a public library book, then in this 
way it has no value. 

Still, after a fashion, a book's value is to 
be considered by a library, for it would not 
be more valuable without some real reason. 
The worth of an autographed book really 
comes from the fact that the signature 
seems to place it more closely in connection 
with the author, and therefore bring the 



reader nearer to him. That the book one 
is holding in one's hand and reading has 
been held by its writer gives that something 
which editors call "human nature interest." 
Moreover, if the writer is a very great one, 
.there is a certain satisfaction — such is 
human nature — in doing this. There is 
a distinct pleasure, unconsciously felt, even 
in this very slight association with the great. 
In addition, when the handwriting of the 
author has never been seen, there is a wish 
to know what it is like. As there is a 
latent bit of the detective in everyone, 
there is also in almost everyone something 
of the student of handwriting. Nearly 
everybody feels a certain ability to tell 
something about an individual from the 
handwriting — or guess at it — and one 
always has a curiosity which leads one to 
look at the chirography of an author in 
whose work one is interested. 

There are other motives which the 
Grosvenor has in collecting these signatures 
of present-day authors in the books which 
it has. The number of those so inscribed 
is increasing, and the intention is very shortly 
to hold an exhibition of them. This will 
be an advantage to the library in the way 
of publicity. It will enable it to make use 
of another means of interesting the public 
and drawing the readers within its doors, 
which it is always seeking. Therefore the 
library believes that this, autograph seek- 
ing is a good thing. It enhances not only 
the meaning, but the worth of a quantity 
of books in its collection and supplies it 
with a means of calling the attention of 
the public to it in a manner that it would 
not otherwise have. 

The ways in which the autographs are 
obtained are many and various. In fact 
there is a good deal of the sporting quality 
in the business. There is the element of 
chance, and certainly an earnest effort to 
take advantage of all possible chances. 
As has been said, the personage whose 
signature is sought frequently comes as 
a lecturer in a club. Then there is nearly 
always someone of the staff who is a member 
of the club, or who can ask a member to 
take the library book and have the celebrity 
write the autograph. When the speaker is at 
a theater or a hall there is more difficulty. 
Still the distinguished stranger is nearly al- 
ways the friend of someone who is a friend 
of the library and can be reached in that way. 



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The library is not really over-audacious 
n this holding up of the traveling lion. 
[t does not waylay complete strangers, or 
lather those with whom there is no natural 
:)r easy way of communication. It does 
not break into the hotel suites of literary 
people of fame, demanding their signatures 
)r their life. Only when the means of 
)btaining an autograph are easy and simple, 
loes it seek them. The astonishing matter 
s that in such way the library should have 
icquired such numerous signatures and 
iuch distinguished and valuable ones. 

Perhaps the signature most prized of the 
:ollection is that of Cardinal Mercier. 
When in Buffalo, the famous Belgian car- 
dinal was so good as to place his signature 
)n a reproduction of the well-known war 
Doster which represented him standing in 
Drotection of Belgium. This had been 
printed in the Grosvenor Bulletin and to 
!iave the signature was something which 
:he library appreciated exceedingly and for 
vhich it is very grateful. 

When one looks over the signed books, 



one is astonished to find the number of 
eminent people who have visited the city 
in a comparatively short time. The most 
of the signers are prominent, of course, 
strictly in a literary way. For instance 
Hugh Walpole and John Masefield, who 
were kind enough to inscribe their books 
while in Buffalo, are typical. There are 
others who are notable for other things 
and who have also written books: Sir Harry 
Lauder, for example, who recently auto- 
graphed his book "A Minstrel in France." 
Maeterlinck, when in Buffalo, wrote a very 
graceful inscription in the library's trans- 
lation of "The Bluebird." It was: '*A 
la belle ville de Buffalo. Bien cordial hotn- 
mage. Maeterlinck. 11 Feb. 1920." A 
volume which the Grosvenor is very glad 
to have is a copy of "Abraham Lincoln," 
in which John Drinkwater was so good as 
to place his autograph. 

AH which inspires interest in a library, 
both in the public and in the workers in 
the library, is for good, and this gathering 
of autographs serves both purposes. 



PSYCHOANALYSIS 

\n annotated list of eight non-technical books for the layman on the various phases of the 
subject; with lists of other non- technical books for further reading, and a list of 

the more technical treatises 

By Jackson Edmund Towne, A. M. 

(Author of "Scepticism as a Freudian 'defense-reaction,' " The Psychoanalytic Review, vol. 7, no. 2; and "A psychoanalytic 
study of Shakespere's ' Coriolanus, 



"The idea has gone abroad that the term 'Freudian' 
s somewhat synonymous with 'sexual' . . . this 
alk ... in connection with Freud is merely 
mother instance of that infallible instinct of the cheap 
)ress and the vulgar mind to seize on unessentials, 
vhether for praise or for blame, and to leave the main 
abric unscanned." — E.B. Holt. 

"We are what we are because we have been what 
ve have been, and what is needed for solving the prob- 
em of human life and motives is not moral estimates 
)ut more knowledge." — Sigmund Freud. 

INTRODUCTION 

"In 1900, Freud published his great work on the 
Interpretation of Dreams," and there was opened 
ip a new field of investigation of the unconscious 
n both normal and abnormal conditions. Nervous 
)atients frequently related strange dreams to him 
ind it was found that each dream possessed a pro- 
ound personal significance for the dreamer; in fact, 
t was the outgrowth, sometimes literal, sometimes 
ymbolic, of the individual's unconscious mental 
ue. It was definitely proven that every dream was 
he fulfillment of repressed wishes. Dream analysis 
evealed the mechanism of delusions, morbid fears, 
lysteria, fixed ideas, and compulsive thinking and 
Lt the same time it provided neurology the most 
)0tent instrument for the removal of these abnormal 



The Psychoanalytic Review, vol. 8, no. 1) 

symptoms in the form of what became known as the 
psychoanalytic treatment." /. H. Coriat, What 
is psychoanalysis ? 

The following list has been compiled on the assump- 
tion that once having acquainted himself with the 
basic principles of psychoanalysis as applied in the 
special field of psychology, the average lay reader 
will then find his chief interest in the more general 
application of psychoanalysis to the problems of 
everyday life, and to the study of literature, the 
social sciences and philosophy. 

Four books — one primer, and one more compre- 
hensive treatment of psychoanalytic theory in general, 
one book on the psychoanalytic theor>' of dreams, 
and one on childhood from a psychoanalytic view- 
point — will, in the compiler's opinion, be more than 
enough to acquaint the averse lay reader with the 
basic principles of psychoanalysis as applied in the 
special field of psychology. The other four books, 
then, will not De concerned with the purely scientific 
import of psychoanalysis. 

Each of the eight annotated books in this list has 
been selected from a number of similar books because 
it seemed the best example of a treatment which was 
at once p)opular and authoritative. 

In each case, books of value of a similar nature 
to the one annotated are also listed. At the back 
is a list of the more technical treatises arranged under 
the same headings used for the popular works. Under 



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each of the headings used, the compiler undertakes 
some introductory comments of his own on the treat- 
ment accorded the various phases of psychoanalysis 
by the books listed. 
Urbana, Illinois. 1921. 

THE A-B-C OF PSYCHOANALYSIS 

There are two excellent "primer" treatments, one 
English and one American, each offering in con- 
densed form a comprehensive and scholarly summary 
of psychoanalytic theory, each carefully phrased so 
as to be entirely understandable to the layman. 
Perhaps Dr. Coriat's little book is a shade better 
suited than Barbara Low's for the average American 
reader. 

Coriat, I. H. 

What is psychoanalysis? New York, Moflfat, 1917. 
127 p. Bibliography: pp. 121-24. 

In the form of questions and answers. Can be read at a single 
sitting. Brief and clear answers to such general questions as? 
What is psychoanalysis? Where and under what conditions 
did it originate? Can psychoanalysis be harmful? What is 
the cause of certain failures in psychoanalysis? 

Dr. Coriat is First Assistant Visiting Physician for Diseases 
of the Nervous System, Boston City Hospital; and the author 
of a standard text on "Abnormal Psychology" and of a number 
of other books on psychoanalytic subjects. 
Low, Barbara. 

Psycho-analysis: a brief account of the Freudian 
theory, with an introduction by Ernest Jones, 2d ed. 
London, Allen, 1921. Bibliography. 

A GENERAL INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHO- 
ANALYSIS 

Books which fall under this heading have unfortunately 
either been written with such an effort at popularity 
that they lack scientific accuracy (as is the case with the 
books by O'Higgins and Tridon) or they have been made 
so comprehensive that they will inevitably fatigue the 
average lay reader (as is the case with the books by 
Brill and Freud himself). 
Bradby, M. H. 

Psycho-analysis, and its place in life. London, Frowde, 

1919. 266 pp. 
"This book aims at four things. It attempts an answer 
to the increasing number of people who want to know something 
about psychoanalysis and who find the existing literature some 
of it too brief and some of it too difficult. It discusses certain 
questions raised in the mind of the ordinary educated man or 
woman who has begun to study psychoanalysis and is puzzled; 
such questions for instance as 'where does it lead?' ' how does 
it fit in with the desire to be a moral human being, and with the 
ideas entertained by modern scientists?' It suppUes the reader 
with some notion of how to arrive at the meaning of his own 
dreams, and, lastly, it hopes to induce psychoanalysts and 
psychologists to study each other's works." (From Introduc- 
tion.) 

Included here, among other reasons, because it gives one of 
the simplest accoimts of the split between Freud and his dis- 
tinguished follower, Jung: a split resulting in Jung's ponderous 
book, "The Psychology of the Unconscious," a no lesss monu- 
mental but far less significant work than Freud's great "Inter- 
pretation of Dreams." 

Miss Bradby took the Mental and Moral Science Tripos at 
Cambridge, England. 

Coriat, I. H. 

Repressed emotions. New York, Brentano, 1920. 
213 pp. 
Jones, Ernest. 

Papers on psycho-analysis. 2d. ed. rev. and enl. 
New York, Wood, 1919. 715 pp. 
Lay, Wilfrid. 

Man's unconscious conflict; a popular exposition of 
psychoanalysis. New York, Dodd, 1917. 318 pp. 

THE PSYCHOANALYTIC THEORY OF DREAMS 

There are a number of modern books on dreams 
which present theories somewhat different from the 
psychoanalytic, notably: 



Bergson, H. L. 

Dreams. New York, Huebsch, 1914. 
Ellis, Havelock. 

The World of Dreams. London, Constable, 1911. 
Walsh, W. S. 

The psychology of dreams. New York, Dodd, 1920, 
Some of the above might be read in contrast to tY 

following : 
Coriat, I. H, 

The meaning of dreams. Boston, Little, 1915. li 
pp., diagrs. 

A non-technical exposition of the psychoanalytic theory ( 
dreams, omitting many of the features of Freud's own mom 
mental book which make it of use only to special students. Tl 
many examples of the mechanism of the dream process that ai 
analyzed and explained are taken from cases that came und 
the author's personal observation. 

NicoU, Maurice. 

Dream psychology. London, Frowde, 1917. 194 p 
Bibliography: pp. 189-90. 

CHILDHOOD PROM A PSYCHOANALYTIC WIEV^ 
POINT 

The compiler had to make a difficult choice he 
from three very good books: one by Wilfrid Lay; oi 
(dealing with adolescence rather than childhood) I 
Miss Phyllis Blanchard, vouched for in a preface I 
Dr. G. Stanley Hall; and one by Miss Elida Evan 
vouched for in an introduction by none other thj 
Freud's most brilliant but dissenting disciple. Dr. Jun 
Evans, Elida. 

The problem of the nervous child, introduction I 
C. G. Jung. New York, Dodd, 1920. 296 pp. 

"I have aimed, not at adding another to the already long li 
of textbooks explaining psychoanalytical treatment for nervoi 
troubles, but only at providing a simple introduction to tl 
subject from the special ixjint of view of the relation betwee 
parent and child. My attempt to present so large a subje 
in so small a compass will require me to make statements in 
seemingly dogmatic manner, without supporting them wil 
proofs, which I should, but for lack of space, be most hapi 
to give. With few exceptions, I have avoided the use of tecl 
nical terms, which are almost necessarily used in describii 
the ideas fundamental to psychoanalysis." (From Chapter L) 

Miss Evans then treats of such topics as: "The developme 
of repression," "The parent complex," "Teaching of right ai 
wrong," and so on. Dr. Jung's stamp of approval is all that \ 
need to assure us that Miss Evans' handling of her subject h 
been competent. 

Blanchard, Phyllis. 

The adolescent girl, a study from the psychoanalyl 
viewpoint, with a preface by Dr. G. Stanley Ha 
New York, Moffat, 1920. 242 pp. Bibliographi 
after each chapter. 
Lay, Wilfred. 

The child's unconscious mind; the relations of ps 
choanalysis to education: a book for teachers a; 
parents. New York, Dodd, 1919. 329 pp. 
White, W. A. 

The mental hygiene of childhood. Boston, Litt 
1919. 193 pp. 

PSYCHOANALYSIS IN EVERYDAY LIFE 

Here the best book is by Freud himself. In t 
connection, the reader will do well to look over "Si 
pressed Desires," in a book of "Plays" by Susan GI; 
pell (published in Boston by Small, 1920). Miss G); 
pell's little play is a very understanding and most am 
ing, but nevertheless somewhat too hostile, satire on an 
teur adherence to psychoanalysis. 

Freud, Sigmund. 

Psychopathology of everyday life. Authorized Engl 
ed. with introd. by A. A. Brill. New York, 19 
341 pp. 

There are chapters on the forgetting of proper names, fore 
words, impressions, and resolutions; on mistakes in spee 
reading, and writing; on erroneously carried out, symptoraa 
chance, and faulty actions, and so on. 



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A. Brill, the author of the introduction, is Chief of Clinic 

I f Paychiatry, Columbia University; Chief of the Neurological 
I )epartment, Bronx Hospital and Dispensary; and former 
• ssistant Physician in the Central Islip State Hospital, and in 
|ie Clinic of Psychiatry, Zurich. 

reud, Sigmund. 

Wit and its relation to the unconscious. Authorized 
English ed., with introd. by A. A. Brill. New 
York, Moffat, 1916. 388 pp. 

SYCHOANALYSIS APPLIED TO LITERATURE 

|) Here the field is practically limitless for the critic o^ 

rt as well as literature, Freud himself first broke the 

round with his study in "Delusion and dream; an 

iterpretation in the light of psychoanalysis of Gradiva, 

novel by Wilhelm Jensen." Let the reader watch 

ut for books advertised as psychoanalysis applied to 

terature which are not that at all. A recent book so 

dvertised, "The Story of a Style," by William Bayard 

lale, contains practically no psychoanalysis whatever. 

lordell, Albert. 

The erotic motive in literature. New York, Boni. 

1919. 250 pp. 

Equipped with a fa ir knowledge of psychoanalysis, the autho 
des boldly into the field of literature and lunges at one great 
Titer after another with his new critical spear. The book 
as been too hastily written, and many of its conclusions are 
uestionable. But despite this fact it is a stimulating work, 
'orthy at least some consideration from even the most serious 
tudent of literature. It is surely destined to be followed by 
lore carefully written studies by more scholarly authors. 

In addition to special chapters on Keats, Shelley, Poe, and 
afcadio Heam, a host of other writers are psychoanalyzed. 
iiithony, Katherine. 

Margaret Fuller, a psychological biography. New 
York, Harcourt, 1921. 
Joriat, I. H. 

The Hysteria of Lady Macbeth. Boston, Four Seas 
Co., 1920. 94 pp. Bibliography, pp. 93-94. 
"reud, Sigmund. 

Leonardo da Vinci; a psychosexual study of an in- 
fantile reminiscence, tr. by A. A. Brill. New York, 
Moffat, 1916. 130 pp., illus. 

PSYCHOANALYSIS APPLIED TO SOCIOLOGY 

Under this heading Freudians have written a number 
f rather technical studies (both articles and entire 
ooks) treating of primitive states of society. The book 
^e chose to annotate here, however, deals with modern 
ivilized woman. 
fyerson, Abraham. 

The nervous housewife. Boston, Little, 1921. 

Dr. Myerson, who is Visiting Physician, Nervous Department, 
Joston City Hospital and Beth Israel Hospital, and Assistant 
"rofessor of Neurology, Tufts College Medical School, aims to 
[tiow how modern life, by changing the position of woman, has 
icreased the difficulties of the housewife. "To her natural 
urdens there have been added a divided loyalty and a restless 
issatisf action with her lot." Out of this comes the nervousness 
f the housewife, "a disease of occupation." This book "psy- 
hoanalyzes" the sources of the housewife's difficulties and 
races their effect in her moods and changed emotions. "It 
Jims to discover the housewife to herself," to give her husband 
inderstanding and sympathy, and to teach the physician and 
jociety how to help her. Unfortunately Dr. Myerson is too 
;auch of a materialist, too cynical, and so seriously neglects the 
piritual possibilities of sublimation in psychoanalysis. 
I "reud, Sigmund. 
I Reflections on war and death; tr. by A. A. Brill and 

A. B. Kuttner. New York, Moffat, 1918. 72 pp. 
Ifartin, E. D. 

The behavior of crowds. New York, Harper, 1920. 

•SYCHOANALYSIS APPLIED TO PHILOSOPHY 

There is no reason why a psychoanalytic interpreta- 
ion of human motives cannot also be turned in the 
irection of getting at a whole theory of knowledge, 
nd be used as a means of solving many of the most 
notty problems in philosophy. 
^olt, E. B. 

I The Freudian wish and its place in ethics. New 
York, Holt, 1916. 212 pp. 



This brilliant little book is one of the most remarkable on our 
list. Though brief and popular in form, it represents at the 
same time a most weighty contribution to philosophical thought 
viewed from a psychoanalytic standpoint. By reason of its 
subject-matter it is particularly free from those unpleasant 
details of which all books on psychoanalysis per se must in- 
evitably treat. The detailed consideration of ethics answers 
those critics of psychoanalysis wlio condemn it as an altogether 
materialistic theory. The author was assistant professor of 
psychology at Harvard University when the book was first 
published. 

Putnam, J. J. 

Human motives. Boston, Little, 1916. 179 pp. 

TECHNICAL TREATISES 

A GENERAL INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHO- 
ANALYSIS 
Bjerre, Paul KarL 

The history and practice of psychoanalysis. Au- 
thorized translation by Elizabeth N. Barrow. Bos- 
ton, Badger, 1916. 294 pp. 
Brill, Abraham Arden. 

Psychoanalysis; its theories and practical application. 
Philadelphia, Saunders, 1912. 337 pp. 
Freud, Sigmund. 

A general introduction to psychoanalysis. Authorized 
translation with a preface by G. Stanley Hall. 
New York, Boni, 1920. 402 pp., front. 
Preud, Sigrmund. 

The history of the psychoanalytic movement, au- 
thorized English translation by A. A. Brill, New 
York. Nervous and mental disease pub. co., 1917. 
58 pp. 

JeUifle, Smith Ely. 

The technique of psychoanalysis. New York, Ner- 
vous and mental disease pub. co., 1918. 163 pp. 
Jung, Carl Gustav. 

Psychology of the unconscious; a study of the trana- 
formations and symbolisms of the libido, a contribu- 
tion to the history of the evolution of thought. 
authorized translation, with introduction, by 
Beatrice M. Hinkle. New York. Moffat, 1916. 
566 pp. 
Poster, Oskar. 

The psychoanalytic method, authorized translation 
by Dr. Charles Rockwell Payne. New York, 
Moffat, 1917. 588 pp. 

THE PSYCHOANALYTIC THEORY OP DREAMS 
Freud, Sigmund. 

The interpretation of dreams. Authorized translation 
of 3d ed. with introduction, by A. A. Brill. 4th ed., 
London, Allen, 1913. 510 pp. "Literary index." 
pp. 494-99. 
CHILDHOOD FROM A PSYCHOANALYTIC VIEW- 
POINT 
Hug, -Hellmuth, H. von. 

A study of the mental life of the child, tr. from the 
German by James J. Putnam and Mabel Stevens. 
Washington, Nervous and mental disease pub. co.. 
1919. 154 pp. 
PSYCHOANALYSIS APPLIED TO LITERATURE 
Freud, Sigmund. 

Delusion and dreams; an interpretation in the light 
of psychoanalysis of Gradiva, a novel, by Wilhelm 
Jensen, tr. by Helen M. Downey. Introduction by 
Dr. G. Stanley Hall. New York. Moffat. 1917. 
243 pp. 
PSYCHOANALYSIS APPLIED TO SOCIOLOGY 
Freud, Sigmund. 

Totem and taboo; resemblances between the psychic 

lives of savages and neurotics, authorized English 

translation with introduction by A. A. Brill. New 

York, Moffat, 1919. 265 pp. 

PSYCHOANALYSIS APPLIED TO PHILOSOPHY 

Silberer, Herbert. 

Problems of mysticism and its symbolism, tr. by 
Smith Ely Jelliffe. New York, Moffat, 1917. 461 
pp. Bibhography, pp. 427-43. 



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SELECT LIST OF REFERENCES ON PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW 

FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS 

Compiled by Florence C. Bell, Librarian of the U. S. Bureau of Efficiency 



ABBREVIATIONS 

A. J. I. L. — American Journal of International Law. 

A dash ( — ) after date or volume number indicates that the title is still being published. 

The titles marked with a star (*) are publications of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 2 Jackson 
Place, Washington, D. C. A large number of libraries are depositaries for all of the publications of the Endow- 
ment. 



PART IV 

DICTIONARIES AND YEAR BOOKS 

61. The British yearbook of international law, 1920-21. 

London, Frowde, Oxford University press. 1920-. 

292 pp. 

"This year book of international law has 
been estabUshed because its promoters feel 
that a wider knowledge and comprehension 
of the subject is essential at the present time, 
and that a British periodical devoted to inter- 
national law would help to this end." Intro- 
duction, 

The purpose of the year book is to provide 
scope for well-informed and careful contribu- 
tions to the science of international law. The 
articles are selected by an unofficial editorial 
committee. Some of the subjects discussed 
are the British prize courts and the war, the 
legal administration of Palestine under the 
British military occupation, submarine war- 
fare, and international labour conventions. 

62. Calvo, Carlos. Dictionnaire de droit international 

public et prive. Berlin, Puttkammer & Muhl- 
brecht, 1885. 2 v. 

A dictionary, with definitions in French, of 

persons, treaties, terms, etc., of importance 

in the field of international law. 

63. Grotius. International jaarboek. 1913-.'s-Graven- 

hage. M. Nijhoff, 1913- 

The second and succeeding volumes of this 
annual (19 14-) have been published in French 
under the title: Grotius: Annuaire international 
pour I'annee. . . 

"This useful little book ... is the first 
volume of an international year book which 
is henceforth to be published annually. There 
has been a distinct demand for such a publica- 
tion and the present volume is intended to 
furnish Dutch readers with information concern- 
ing the international activities of the year. 
It does not, however, pretend to compete with 
the monumental Jahrbuch des Volkerrechts 
edited by Niemeyer and Strupp." Review, 
by A. Van H. Engert, A. J. I. L., v. 8: 414-15. 
1914. 

Some of the volumes contain a list of the mem- 
bers of the Permanent Court of Arbitration, 
a list of official and unofficial international 
organizations whose headquarters are in the 
Netherlands. Particular emphasis is put upon 
the affairs of the Netherlands and decisions 
are given for many Dutch prize cases of the 
world war. 

A volume has been published for each year 
from 1913-1918 inclusive. 

64. Jahrbuch des volkerrechts. 1 bd. — .Miinchen und 

Leipzig, Duncker & Humblot, 1913-. 

"The first issue of the Jahrbuch des VQl- 
kerrechts is a formidable, though not a for- 
bidding volume; but it is one which no person 
interested in ipternational law and international 
relations can afford to overlook. It has a sepa- 

[To be continued] 



rate and distinct place on the table of the man 
of affairs, as well as of the expert, because it 
gives a survey of international development 
from September, 1911, to August, 1912. I< 
does not compete with journals of internationa 
law, nor with accounts of the year's happenings 
in so far as they concern international relations 
to be found in encyclopedias. It gives the texts 
of the most important documents bearing upor 
international relations, using for this purpose 
the language of the original document, be i\ 
in French, German, Italian, Spanish, or English 
This alone would make the work valuable as 
a book of reference, but its usefulness does nol 
stop here. It has separate articles and reports 
on the important events and questions of the 
year written by persons who can justly be called 
specialists on the different subjects, reports 
upon the eVpnts which have taken place in the 
individual countries, and reports on congresses 
and conferences. It has a section devoted tc 
the signing and ratification of internationa: 
agreements, a section devoted to subjects sucli 
as the proposed Academy at The Hague, the 
preparations for the Third Hague Conference 
and the Pan-American movement, to mentior 
only a few subjects which may be considered 
to be timely or to have a general interest. It 
has a bibliography and it ends with an index 
The question must be unimportant which this 
volume does not discuss, and no well-informed 
reader can consult it without finding what he 
seeks, unless the subject is beyond the scope 
of the volume. In a word, the work is indis- 
pensable, and Messrs. Niemeyer and Strupp 
are to be congratulated upon having conceived 
the idea and upon their patience and industry 
in adequately carrying it out." Review, by 
J. B. Scott, A. J. I. L., V. 8: 180-82, 1914. 

The following volumes have been published: 
V. 1-5, and v. 7. Volume 6 is in course of 
preparation. 

PERIODICALS 

65. The American journal of international law. 1907-. 
Issued quarterly. 

Volumes 1-10 were published for the Ameri- 
can Society of International Law by Baker, 
Voorhis & co. Volumes 11 to date have been 
published by the Oxford university press. New 
York City. 

Each number contains articles on international 
questions by prominent international thinkers, 
editorial comment, chronicle of international 
events, public documents relating to inter- 
national law, judicial decisions involving 
questions of international law, book reviews 
references to periodical literature on inter- 
national law, etc. 

A supplement to each number gives the text ot 
official documents of an international charac 






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INDEX TO LIBRARY REFERENCE LISTS, 1921* 
By Marian F. Bonner, Providence Public Library 



cident Prevention. See Safety. 

vertisers, Ideas for. A selection from the Books on 

Advertising and Typography. Los Angeles [Cal.] 

Public Library. 
Agriculture and Plant Study, Romantic and Historic 

Background of. Riverside [Cal.] Public Library 

Bulletin No. 175, April, 1921. 
. Agricultural Books of 1920. Special Libraries 

K Association [New York City] Special Libraries, 
April, 1921. 
•chitecture. English Architecture up to 1550. Nor- 
wich [Eng.] PuhlicLihrary Reader' sGuide, Oct.-Dec.1921 
— . Selected List on Colonial Architecture. Wor- 
cester [Mass.] Free Public Library, May, 1921. 
Banking. Select List of References on American Finance 
f yg and Banking from 1894-1920. U. S. Federal Reserve 
■^iBoard Library [Washington, D. C.]. 
^^■elting. See Power Transmission. 

^^Bibliography. Brief Reading-list on Practical Bib- 
^■[ liography. Bulletin of Bibliography, Jan.-April, 1921. 
HBiography. Some Interesting Americans. In, The 
^^» United States. A short Reading List of Popular 
iKBooks. Buffalo [N. Y.] Public Library, 1921. 

Kid. New Books for the Blind. Chicago [111.] Public 
ibrary Book Bulletin, May, 1921. 
ks. Best Books of 1920 Selected for a Small 
ublic Library. University of the State of New 
brk [Albany, N. Y.] Bibliography Bulletin 70. 
[arch 15, 1921. 
— ^s. See Children. 

Brockton. See North Bridgewater and Brockton, 
usiness. Books on Business. Trenton [N. J.] Public 
Library. 

ain Stores. List of References on Chain Stores. 
Library of Congress. Mim. March 4, 1920. 

Supplementary List of References on Chain 
Stores. Library of Congress. Mim. July 21, 1921. 
ambers of Commerce and Boards of Trade, List of 
References on. Library of Congress. Mim. March 
3, 1921. 

ildren. Being a Boy. Selected List of Books. St. 
Paul [Minn.] Public Library, Aug. 1921. 

Books for Gifts to Boys and Girls. Carnegie 
Library [Pittsburgh, Pa.] Monthly Bulletin, Oct. 1921. 
— . Books to Read to Children and for Boys and 
Girls to Read. Carnegie Public Library [Ottawa, 

r Canada], Feb. 1921. 
— . Children's Books for Christmas Gifts. [Ar- 
ranged in groups according to grades.] Grand Rapids 
[Mich.] Public Library Bulletin, Sept.-Oct. 1921. 
— . Children's Books for First Purchase. Recom- 
mended by Committee on Education of the Woman's 
Club of Louisville and Children's Department of the 
Louisville [Ky.] Free Public Library. 
Christmas Gift Shelf. Library Extension Division 

[Springfield, 111.] Illinois Libraries, Oct. 1921. 
. Graded Book List for School Libraries. Wis- 
consin Free Library Commission [Madison, Wis.] 
Wisconsin Library Bulletin, June, 1921. 

. Fifty Books for Christmas Gifts to the Children; 

Issued in the Interest of More Books and Better Books 
in the Home. Savannah [Ga.] Public Library. 

. Romance. A Suggestive List of Books for Girls 

in Their Teens. St. Paul [Minn.] Public Library, Aug. 
1921. 

. Tested Stories. Cincinnati [O.] Public Library 

Children's Department. 1921. 
Civil Engineering. Selected List of Books. Special 
Libraries Association [N.Y.] Special Libraries, Feb. 1921 
Citizenship. See Naturalization and Citizenship. 
Coal Contracts. References on Coal Contracts. Special 
Libraries Association [Washington, D. C] Special 
Libraries, Nov. 1921. 
Community Chests. See Financial Federations and 
Community Chests. 



Constitution, The. Books on the Constitution of the 
United States. Jersey City [N. J.] Free Public Library, 
1920. 

Co-operation: A Selected Bibliography. Russell Sage 
Foundation Library [New York City] Bulletin, Aug. 
1921. 

Costume. The J. E. S. Porter Collection of Books 
on Costume. New Haven [Conn.] Public Library 
Quarterly Bulletin, Oct. 1921. 

Dante Alighieri. Brockton [Mass.] Public Library 
Quarterly Bulletin, July-Sept. 1921. 

. Dante Sixth-Centenary. A Short List of Books 

for the Study of Dante. Detroit [Mich.] Public 
Library, 1921. 

. His Work. His Time, and His Influence. A 

select list of books prepared in connection with an 
exhibit in commemoration of the six-hundredth 
anniversary of the poet's death. Newberry Library 
[Chicago, 111.]. 

. Jubilee of, Brooklyn [N. Y.] Public Library 

Bulletin, Jan.-Feb. 1921. 

. List of Books and References Appropriate to 

the Sexcentenary of the Poet's Death. Pratt In- 
stitute Free Library [Brooklyn, N. Y.], Autumn, 1921. 

. List of Books on Dante. Cambridge [Mass.] 

Public Library, 1921. 

Directories. List of St. Louis [Mo.] City Directories. 
St. Louis [Mo.] Public Library Monthly Bulletin, Jan. 
1921. 

Disarmament. Disarmament and Substitutes for War. 
Selected References to Books and Periodicals. Boston 
[Mass.] Public Library Brief Reading Lists, No. 21, 
Nov. 1921. 

. Select List of References on the Limitation of 

Armaments. Library of Congress. 7 Mim. p. Sept. 
30, 1921. 

Drama. One-act Plays. Worcester [Mass.] Free Pub- 
lic Library, 1921. 

. Plays of To-day. One Hundred of the Best 

Modern Dramas. A reading list for students. Brown 
University Library [Providence, R. I.]. 

Einstein Theory. See Relativity. 

Elections, Presidential. Presidential Elections. Selected 
Titles of Books. Boston [Mass.] Public Library 
Brief Reading Lists, No. 17. 

Employer and Employed, Books for. Los Angeles [Cal.] 
Public Library Monthly Bulletin, Feb. 1921. 

European War. Americans in the World War. Lynn 
[Mass.] Public Library Library Service, Dec. 1921. 

Exporting. American Export Trade. St. Louis [Mo.J 
Public Library Monthly Bulletin, Feb. 1921. 

. Backgrounds of American Export Trade. St. 

Louis [Mo.] Public Library Monthly Bulletin, Aug. 
1921. 

Far East. Far Eastern Book and Journal Lists. Newark 
[N. J.] Public Library. March, 1921. 

Farmer, The. Brief List of References on the Out- 
look for the Farmer. Library of Congress, Jan. 26, 
1921. Mim. 

Fiction. Gold Star List. Some Good Books of Fic- 
tion by American Authors, 1821-1921. Five Hun- 
dred Stories Classified by Subject with Notes. Syra- 
cuse [N. Y.] Public Library, Jan. 1921. 

. Historic and Characteristic Fiction: A selection 

of some 50 titles. In, The United States. A Short 
Reading List of Popular Books. Buffalo [N. Y.] 
Public Library, 1921. 

Financial Federations and Community Chests. Russell 
Sage Foundation Library [New York City] Bulletin, 
June, 1921. 

Fishing. Fisherman's Luck. Springfield [Mass.] City 
Library Library Bulletin, May, 1921. 

Foreign Born American, The. Books about the Foreign 
Born: Books for the Use of the Foreign Born and 
their Teachers. State Library and Museum. Library 



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Extension Division [Harrisburg, Pa.] Pennsylvania 
Library Notes [Harrisburg, Pa.], Jan. 1921. 

. Foreign-Born Americans. Their Contribution 

to American Life and Culture. Carnegie Library 
[Pittsburgh, Pa.], 1921. 

Foreign Trade. See Exporting. 

Forestry. Special Reading List. Salem [Mass.] Public 
Library Bulletin, April-May, 1921. 

Girls, Books for. See Children. 

Health. Books on Health as Related to the School 
Child. [2d edition, revised.] University of the 
State of New York [Albany, N. Y.] Bibliography Bul- 
letin 69. March 1. 1921. 

. Books on Various Aspects of the Health Problem 

Received in Public Health Division in the Past Two 
Years. New York Public Library Municipal Refer- 
ence Library Municipal Reference Library Notes, 
April 27, 1921. 

. Community Health. A selected bibliography. 

Russell Sage Foundation Library [New York, N. Y.] 
Bulletin, Feb. 1921. 

. Short List of Books and Magazines on Community 

Health for a Public Library. Public Library Com- 
mission of Indiana [Indianapolis, Ind.] Library Occur- 
rent, April, 1921. 

History. United States History. A Reading List for 
Students. Brown University Library, Nov. 1920. 

Home, The, and Its Gardens. Los Angeles [Cal.] Pub- 
lic Library Monthly Bulletin, April, 1921. 

House Organs. A Selected List of House Organs Pub- 
lished in Detroit, compiled by the Board of Commerce 
Business Branch. Detroit [Mich.] Public Library, 
April 22, 1921. 

House Plans and Home Building. Library Associa- 
tion of Portland [Portland, Ore.] Monthly Bulletin, 
Jan. 1921. 

Immigrant in Literature. Library of Congress. Mim. 
Julyl, 1921. 

Immortality. Special Reading List. General Theologi- 
cal Library [Boston, Mass.] Bulletin, April, 1921. 

Indians of North America. Selected List of Books 
about the Indian for Children. St. Louis [Mo.] 
Public Library Monthly Bulletin, May, 1921. 

International Law. Select List of References on Public 
International Law for College Students. Parts 1-2. 
Bulletin of Bibliography, Jan.-Ap., May-Aug. 1921. 

Ireland. Ireland and the Irish People. Cambridge 
[Mass.] Public Library, 1920. 

. List of Books on Modern Ireland. Boston 

[Mass.] Public Library, 1921. 

Japan. Japanese-American Relations. Parts 1-4. New 
York Public Lihraxy Bulletin, Jan.-March, May, 1921. 
[Reprinted as a separate.] 

. United States and Japan: Selected References 

to Books and Periodicals. Boston [Mass.] Public 
Library, Brief Reading Lists, No. 22, Nov. 1921. 

Jews. List of References Relating to Statistics of the 
Jewish Population of the United States and Other 
Countries. Library of Congress. Mim. March 26, 1921. 

Juvenile Courts. See Probation. 

Keats, John. Catalogue of a Loan Exhibition Com- 
memorating the Anniversary of the Death of John 
Keats (1821-1921). Boston [Mass.] Public Library. 
1921. 

Lime. Reading List on Lime. Special Libraries Asso- 
ciation [New York City], Special Libraries, April, 
1921. 

Mail Order Business. List of References on the Mail 
Order Business. Library of Congress, July 25, 1921. 
Mim. 

Missouri, History of. St. Louis [Mo.] Public Library 
Monthly Bulletin, Sept. 1921. 

Moving Pictures. Better Films: a short reading list. 
[Eight titles.] Detroit [Mich.] Public Library Library 
Service, Feb. 15, 1921. 

Municipal Government. Wilmington [Del.] Free Library, 
March, 1921. 

Music. Orchestra and Orchestral Music. Los Angeles 
[Cal.] Public Library Monthly Bulletin, Jan. 1921. 

. See also Operas. 



Napoleon Bonaparte. History and Napoleon. Selected 
List of Books. Cambridge [Mass.] Public Library, 
1921. 

Nationalities, The New. Pratt Institute Free Library 
[Brooklyn, N. Y .] Quarterly Booklist, Winter, 1921. 

Naturalization and Citizenship. Special Reading List. 
Salem [Mass.] Public LibrsLvy Bulletin, Nov. 1921. 

Nature Studies. Plant and Animal Life. A selection 
of Books. Boston [Mass.] Public Library Briejf 
Reading Lists No. 18, April, 1921. 

Negro Authors. Some Books and Pamphlets, Music, 
Magazines, and Newspapers by Negro Writers, Com- 
I)osers, and Editors in the Colored Department. Louis- 
ville [Ky.] Free Public Library, 1921. 

New England. Our summertime New England. Brock- 
ton [Mass.] Public Library Quarterly Bulletin April- 
June, 1921. 

. Selected List of Books. Boston [Mass.] Public 

Library Brief Reading Lists, No. 16, Aug. 1920. 

North Bridgewater and Brockton in History and Litera- 
ture, Writings by Brockton Authors. Brockton 
[Mass.] Public Library Quarterly Bulletin, April- 
June, 1921. 

Opera Scores, Librettos, and Plots. Chicago [111.] Public 
hihraxy Book Bulletin, Nov. 1921. 

. See also Music. 

Out-door Books. Spring Fever Books. (Ten titles.) 
Worcester [Mass.] Free Public Library Bulletin, 
March-April, 1921. 

Painting. English School of Painting. Croydon [Eng.] 
Public Libraries Reader's Index, Sept.-Oct. 1921. 

Panama Canal Tolls. List of References. Library of 
Congress. Mim. Sept. 26, 1921. 

Pension Systems of Corporations and Firms, List of 
References on. Library of Congress, Division of 
Bibliography, Jan. 21, 1921. Mim. 

Periodicals. Union List of Periodicals and Annuals 
taken by Eleven Special Libraries in Boston. Special 
Libraries Association of Boston. March, 1921. 

. List of Serials Currently Received by the New- 
berry Library [Chicago, 111.], 1921. 

Pilgrims. Pilgrim Tercentenary, the Puritans and the 
New England Spirit. Springfield [Mass.] City Lib- 
rary. 

Plant Study. See Agriculture and Plant Study. 

Poetry. Selected List of Recent Volumes, American 
and English Poetry. St. Louis [Mo.] Public Library 
Monthly Bulletin, July, 1921. 

Power Transmission, List of References on Power 
Transmission as Related to Belting. Special Libraries 
Association [New York City] Special Libraries, Jan. 
1921. 

Prices. Government Regulation of Prices before 1800 
A. D. Special Libraries Association [New York City] 
Special Libraries, March, 1921. 

. Price Fixing Policies of Industrial Associations. 

Special Libraries Association [New York City] Special 
Libraries, June, 1921. 

Probation. List of Recent References on Probation 
and Juvenile Courts. Library of Congress. Mim. 
Sept. 14, 1921. 

Provencal Literature and Language, including the Local 
History of Southern France. Parts 1-5. New 
York Public Library Bulletin, June-Aug., Oct.- 
Nov. 1921. [To be continued.] 

Psychological Tests in Industry. A selected bibliog- 
raphy. Russell Sage Foundation Library [New York 
City] Bulletin, Oct. 1921. 

Psychology of Religion. General Theological Library 
[Boston, Mass.] Bulletin, July, 1921. 

Public Health. See Health. 

Real Estate. Selected Bibliography on Real Estate 
Assessments. New York Public Library Municipal 
Reference Library, Jan. 5, 1921. 

Recreation. Brief List of References on Commercial 
Education (exclusive of moving pictures). Library 
of Congress, Feb. 28, 1921. Mim. 

Reference Books for a Small Library. South Dakota 
Free Library Commission [Pierre, S. D.] South Dakota 
Library Bulletin, March, 1921. 



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Relativity. Einstein and the Fourth Dimension. Lynn 
[Mass.] Public Library, April, 192L 

Religion. Community School of Religious Education 
Reference Books. Newton [Mass.] Free Library 
Bulletin, Dec. 192 L 

. Interesting Religious Books. List Prepared 

at the Request of the Newark Federation of Churches, 
Newark [N. J.] Free Public Library, Feb. 192L 

. Psychology of Religion. General Theological 

Library [Boston, Mslss.] Bulletin, July, 192L 

Retail Selling. Lynn [Mass.] Public Library Library 
Service, Dec. 192L 

Safety. Special Reading List. Salem [Mass.] Public 
Library Bulletin, Sept. 192 L 

School Libraries. Graded Book Lists for School Libra- 
ries. Wisconsin Free Library Commission [Madison 
Wis.] Wisconsin Library Bulletin, June, 1921. 

. Select List of Books and Pamphlets to Aid 

Teachers in Organizing and Managing School Li- 
braries. Kellogg Library [Kansas State Normal 
School, Emporia, Kan.] Feb. 1921. 

Science. A Selection of Books in General Science for 
Young People and Others Young in Scientific Knowl- 
edge. Pratt Institute Library [Brooklyn, N. Y.] 
Quarterly Booklist, Summer, 1921. 

. Natural Science. Special Reading List. General 

Theological Library [Boston, Mass.] Bulletin, Oct. 
1921. 

Serials. See Periodicals. 

Ships and Shipping. Ship Models and Foreign Com- 
merce. Library Association of Portland [Portland, 
Ore.] Monthly Bulletin, Dec. 1920. 

Sociology. Selected List of Books on Social Subjects 
Published in 1920. Russell Sage Foundation Library 
[New York City] Bulletin, April, 1921. 



Tagore, Rabindranath. A Bibliography. Bulletin of 
Bibliography, M^y-August, 1921. 

Technical Literature. Technical Books for Small and 
Medium-Sized Libraries. Wisconsin Free Library 
Commission [Madison, Wis.] Wisconsin Library Bul- 
letin, Feb.-March, 1921. 

. Technical Books of 1920. A selection. Pratt 

Institute Free Library [Brooklyn, N. Y.], 1921. 

Tests, Psychological. See Psychological Tests. 

Thrift and Investment. Chicago [111.] Public Library 
Book Bulletin, Jan. 1921. 

Unemployment. Recent Literature on Unemployment 
with Particular Reference to Causes and Remedies. 
U. S. Department of Labor Library [Washington, 
D. C], Sept. 24, 1921. 

. Selected Bibliography. Russell Sage Founda- 
tion Library [New York City] Bulletin, Dec. 1921. 

United States, The. A Short Reading List of Popular 
Books. BufTalo [N. Y.] Public Library, 1921. 

Vacation Reading. Some Suggestions for Summer 
Reading. Michigan State Board of Library Com- 
missioners and Michigan State Library [Lansing, 
Mich.] Michigan Library Bulletin, May-June, 1921. 

Vocational Guidance. St. Louis [Mo.] Public Library 
Monthly Bulletin, June, 1921. 

. Day's Work. What to Do and How to Do It. 

A list of books and magazines relating to trades and 
professions for men and women. Revised ed. Somer- 
ville [Mass.] Public Library, 1921. 

Wages. List of Bibliographies on Wages and Salaries, 
with a Section on Bonus and Profit Sharing Systems. 
Library of Congress. Mim. April 23, 1921. 

Wireless Telegraphy. Some Books on Wireless Tele- 
graphy. Springfield [Mass.] City Library Bulletin, 
April, 1921. 



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PRINCIPAL CONTENTS OF THE LIBRARY PRESS, 
NOVEMBER, 1921 — MARCH, 1922 



glance at the titles of the principal articles appearing in the library f)eriodicaIs from month to month 
1 help the busy librarian to keep in touch with library progress. 
In some cases we elaborate the title slightly, to give a better understanding of the subject covered by the 



article. 



AMERICAN 



American Library Association Bulletin, July, 1921 

American library association. Swampscott conference. 
1921. 
Tyler, Alice S. Some aspects of library progress. 
Towner, H. M. Libraries and the nation. 

»Belden, C: F. D. The public libraries and the special 
libraries. 
Bowk^r, R. R. Special libraries and general libraries. 
Donnelly, June R. Library training for the special 
1 librarian. 
Robinson, Julia A. State-wide library service. 
Melcher, F: G. Next steps in extending the use of 

books. 
Yust, W: F. Recent legislation and library revenues. 
Carson, W. O. The Ontario public library rate. 
Ranck, S: H. The Ontario library law and American 

libraries. 
Hamilton, W. J. Should public library boards have 

power to levy the library tax. 
Annual reports and Proceedings. 
American Library Association Bulletin, September, 

1921 
American library association. List of members and 

committees. 
American Library Association Bulletin, November, 

1921 
American library association. Midwinter meetings, 

announcement. 
American Library Association Bulletin, January, 

1922 
American library association. 
1922 conference, announcement. 
Midwinter meeting, Reports. 
Gallagher, M. F. Library trusteeship. 



American Library Association Bulletin, March, 
1922 

American library association. 

Detroit conference, announcement. 

Reading lists and courses. 

Facts for trustees. 

Library Journal, November 1, 1921 
Dana, J: C. Certification and civil service control. 
Raney, M. L., and others. How to import. 
Williamson, C. C, and others. National certification 

and training. 
Certification of librarians. 
Bowker, R. R. The Riverside (Cal.) library service 

school and its founder. 
Johnston, W. D. Standardization of the federal library 

service. 
Thackery, Mary J. What do prisoners read? 

Library Journal, November 15, 1921 
Mann, Margaret. Teaching cataloging. 
Eastman, Linda A. The Cleveland library bond 

issue. 
Rathbone, Josephine A. The Pratt Institute school of 

library science. 
Bishop, W: W. Library work with the A. E. F. on the 

Rhine. 
Hill, F. P. The A. L. A. and books for Coblenz. 
Meyer, H. H, B. Transfer of A. L. A. war activi- 
ties. 

Van Dyne, Catharine. Why a Library workers* associ- 
ation? 
Lindsay Swift, 1856-1921. Obituary. 
W. Dawson Johnston. Farewell reception. (With 

portrait.) 
Manley, Marian C. The aims of the L. W. A. 



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Library Journal, December 1, 1921 

Pinski, D:, and others. Modern Yiddish literature. 

Milam, C. H. Library publicity material. 

Vaughn, Nancy. Gleanings from experience in busi- 
ness librarianship. 

Raney, M. L.. and P. B. Wright. The Fordney tariff 
bill reactionary. 

Simpson, Frances. The University of Illinois library 
school. 

Library Journal, December 15, 1921 

Doyle, Agnes C. A co-operative index of coats-of-arms. 

Barker, Tommie D. The Atlanta library school. 

College library news, Nov. 1920-Nov. 1921. Summary. 

The Chicago public library, 1871-1921. 

Library Journal, January 1, 1922 

Mudge, Isadore G. Some reference books of 1921 (to 
be continued). 

The American foundation for the blind. 

Stevens, E: F. Contributions of college librarians to 
general literature. 

Shaw. G: B. Neglected aspects of public libraries. 

The Library of Congress, 1920-1921. 

Connolly, Louise. Libraries and museums (cont.): 
The museum idea at pinnacle. 

Horton, Marion. Teaching cataloging. 

Lee, G: W. Specifications for conventions. 

American war libraries. 

Burney, Mary V. Library exhibit at the Texas state 
fair. 

Library Journal, January 15, 1922 

Meyer, Amy. A co-operation in the interests of music. 

Raney, M. L. Education and the tariff measure. 

Mudge, Isadore G. Some reference books of 1921 
(cont.). 

Ledbetter, Eleanor E. The Polish immigrant and the 
library. 

Decision in favor of independent administration in 
Brooklyn. 

Sparke, A. Duplicate titles of novels (list). 

Roberts, Ethel D. The Ruskin collection at Wellesley 
college library. 

Drury, F. K. W. Co-operative binding of advertise- 
ments. 

Library Journal, February 1, 1922 

Tigert, J: J. The function of the public library in a 
democracy. 

Raney, M. L. Copyright legislation. 

Melcher, F: G. Some features of the copyright bill. 

Text of the copyright bill. 

Raney, M. L., and others. Copyright. 

Conant, Isabel F. Books by twentieth century Ameri- 
can poets (list). 

Ranck, S: H. Grand Rapids public library. Semi- 
centenary of. 

Hanson, J. C. M. Co-operative printing of analyticals. 

A. L. A. work in 1921. 

Library Journal, February 15, 1922 

McConnell, J. M. School and library co-operation, as 
exemplified in Minnesota. 

Carroll, C. W. Economy in binding. 

Horton, Marion. Library work with the Japanese. 

Henry, W, E. The University of Washington library 
school. 

Connolly, Louise. Libraries and museums (cont.) : A 
stuffed squirrel and what it proves. 

Bowerman, G. F. Branch libraries in schools in Wash- 
ington. 

For better [library] service in New York city. 
Library Journal, March 1, 1922 

Douglas, Antoinette. Branch libraries in school build- 
ings, il. 

French literature in 1921 (list). 

The James Jerome Hill reference library. St. Paul. il. 

Reece, E. J. The New York public library school. 

County libraries in Hawaii. 

Library Journal, March 15, 1922 

Oberly, Eunice R. The contribution of librarians to 

agricultural history and research. 
Music in the public library. 
Gifts to American libraries in 1921. 



Public Libraries, November, 1921 

Bogle, Sarah C. N. The child and the book. 
Hazeltine, Alice I. What is a children's librarian? 
Jordan, Alice M. Reviews for children's book week. 
Power, Eflfie L. The Peterkin family and the proj( 

method. 
Hunt, Clara W. Library recommendations must 

practical. 
A successful children's book week. 
Kidder, Harriet L. Some recent illustrators of children's 

books. 
Telling stories out-of-doors. 
Woodford, Jessie M. New commerce reviews. 
Dante exhibit at Newberry library, Chicago. 
Drury, F. K. W. Co-operation in binding in adver- 
tisements. 
Education and federal government. 
Raney, M. L., and others. How to import. 
Yust, W: F. State appropriations for library purposes 

in 1921. 
Bishop, W: W. Impressions of the Library association 

conference (Manchester, Eng.). 
Library week in New York. 
Katharine Lucinda Sharp memorial, il. 

Public Libraries, December, 1921 
Smith, Elva S. Some present-day problems of book 

selections. 
Parham, Nellie E. Debating books. 
Raney, M. L., and P. B. Wright. The Fordney tariff 

bill reactionary. 
Burney, Mary V. Dallas public library exhibit at the 

Texas state fair. 
Illinois library association. Twenty-fifth annual meeting 
Winslow, Amy. International relations. 

Public Libraries, January, 1922 
Blanchard, Grace. Two test books (albums of portraits 

of the French notables of the sixties). 
Babcock, Mrs. Julia G. A county librarian's dream. 
Miller, Zana K. County library records. 
O'Connor, Rose A. Library work in hospitals. 
Miller, G: F. Number of books in libraries (with list). 

Public Libraries, February, 1922 
Curry, C: M. Standards in children's literature. 
Ward, G. O. Planning to make the public library known 

(to be cont.). 
Davis, Mrs. Winifred L. Maximum results and mini- 
mum instruction. 
Raney, M. L. Copyright legislation. 
Ely, Ruth. Training the student in the use of the 

library. 

Public Libraries, March, 1922 
Ward, G. O. Planning to make the public library 

known (cont.). 
Logasa, Hannah. Elements in reading guidance. 
Robinson, Julia A. State- wide library service. 
Examples of changed titles (list). 
McMillen, J. A. Certification of librarians. 
Maximum and minimum instruction. 

Special Libraries, September-October, 1921 
Slosson, E. E. The missing link between science anc 

the public. 

Peavey, L. D. How business men get facts and figurea 
Handy, D. N. How business and technical executive 

obtain information and what it means to the speci 

librarian. 
Parlin, C: C. Marketing information, the basis fc 

successful sales policy,. 
Hoffman, F: L. The organization of knowledge in it 

relation to insurance. 
Goes, H. V. The dependence of the business executi^ 

on the special librarian. 
Frederick, J. G: Research in business. 
Barrows, F. E. Need of more general training in th^ 

use of libraries. 
Foster, Jeanne B. The special service of a bankinj 

library. 
Belden, C: F. D. The public libraries and the speci 

libraries. 

Bowker, R. R. The true relations of the public anc 
the special library. 



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Friedel, J. H. Can we have library co-operation? 
Donnelly, June R. Library training for the special 



librarian. 
Hartzell, Bertha V. 

Boston. 
Rankin, Rebecca B. 

association. 
Rankin, Helen M. 

Philadelphia and 



The Special libraries association of 
The New York Special libraries 



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The Special libraries council of 
vicinity. 
Clafiin, A Ita B. The Cleveland Club of special librarians. 
Baechtold, Elsie L. The acquisition of special library 

material. 
MacPhail, Edith. The service of an industrial library. 
Burnett, Marguerite. Special library office forms. 
Wells, Margaret C. Special library indexing methods. 
Clement, Ruth E. The Boston Filing association. 
Craft, Helen. The Philadelphia Filing association. 
Alexander, Mary L. Effective advertising library service. 
Thomas, Edith. Selling service by correspondence. 
Flack, H. E. Selling legislative reference service. 

Special Libraries, November, 1921 
Yerkes, R. M. Research information service of the 

National research council. 
Callan, Jessie. References on coal contracts. 
Special Libraries, December, 1921 
Bugbee, H. Research work in an advertising agency. 
Frank, L. K. The nature of business research. 
News Notes of California Libraries, October, 1921 
California libraries. Annual statistics. 
California State library. 

Illinois Libraries, December, 1921 
Root, A. S. The human factor in library service. 
Gallagher, M. F. Responsibility of the library trustee. 
Overhead cost of books. 
Blackall, Elizabeth W. A chapter in the history of a 

small city library [Oneonta, N. Y.]. 
Illinois Libraries (Supplement), January, 1922 
Illinois library association. Proceedings. 

Kroch, A. A. Bookshops and librarians. 

Bogle, Sarah. The child and the book. 

Hazeltine, Alice I. What is a children's librarian. 

Parham, Nellie E. Book debate. 
Library Occurrent, Public Library Commission 

of Indiana, October, 1921 
Milam, C. H. How shall we reach the non-book reader? 
Clatworthy Linda M. What of your reference work? 
The library, and the school. 
Whi'tbeck Mrs. Alice G. Publicity work in the county 

library. 
The Noblesville-Hamilton County (Ind.) library, A 

chapter in the history of. 
Mumford, E: W. Choosing books for boys and girls. 
A selection of books in general science (list). 
Library Occurrent, Public Library Commission of 

Indiana, January, 1922 
Gallagher, M. F. The furnishing of opportunities for 

reading as a function of government. 
Root, A. D. The human factor in library service. 
Indiana Library trustees association. Thirteenth an- 
nual meeting. 
Craig, E. L. The duties of the president of a library 

board. 
Flexner, Jennie M. Remarks from the ranks. 
Indiana Library association. Proceedings. 
Rice, O. S. School libraries and school success. 
Iowa Library Quarterly, October-December, 1921 
Sumner, C. W. President's address at meeting of Iowa 

library association. 
Noble, A. B. Stepping stones to correct taste. 
Massachusetts Library Club Bulletin, October, 1921 
Dougherty, H. T. Review of the year's work, 1920—21. 
The Camp Devens library: Valedictory. 
How one library is appealing for a book fund. 
Michigan Library Bulletin, September-October, 

1921 
Marsh, Olive V. The work of the Carr Creek commu- 
nity center as planned. 
Stock, Emma K. The state pictures and books at a 

county fair. 
Barrett, E. R. County libraries. 



The Washington county free library at Hagerstown, 

Md. 
Hall, Anna G. County libraries — What and why. 
Nichols, Mary A. The need for a county library. 
The county unit for library service. 
What the county library system will do for the 

state. 
Michigan Library Bulletin, November-December, 

1921 
Michigan library association. Proceedings. 

Duffield, D. B. Library pensions. 

Root, A. S. The human factor in library service. 
Minnesota Department of Education, Notes and 

News, December, 1921 
Minnesota library association. Proceedings. 

Ely. Ruth. Training students in the use of the 
library. 

Dietrichson, Mrs. Gerhard. Business books for busi- 
ness men. 

Nolte, Claire. Better editions of standards on required 
reading lists. 

New Hampshire Public Libraries, Bulletin, 
December, 1921 
Clatworthy, Linda M. Essential reference books for 

small libraries. 
Chamberlin, Edith J. A new plan for high school 

reading. 
New Hampshire Public Libraries, Bulletin, March, 

1922 
Noble, A. B. Stepping stones to correct taste. 

New Jersey Library Bulletin, March, 1922 
Hinsdale, Louise G. Certification of librarians. 
What a public library commission does. 

New York Libraries, November, 1921 
Ferguson, M. J. The county library: A question. 
New York library week of 1921. Report. 
North Carolina Library Bulletin, December, 1921 
Templeton, Charlotte. County libraries for southern 

conditions. 
Shaw, Cornelia. Glimpses of British libraries. 
Overhead cost of books. 

North Carolina Library Bulletin, March, 1922 
Parker, T: F. The Greenville public library. 
Goode, Velma. Library signs. 
De Fane, Mary F. Library housekeeping. 
Ontario Library Review, August-November, 1921 
Tanblyn, W. M. The Stevenson way. 
Jarvis, Marjorie. Canadian book week in Toronto. 
Landon, F. London (Ont.) as a library city. 
Landon, F. A citv library's work. 
Tanner, Hazel. The problem of the boys' and girls' 

department. 
Baxter, Miss M. H. Loaning pictures from a library. 
South Dakota Library Bulletin, December, 1921 
Laurson, Edla. What the library should do for the 

community. 
Vermont Free Public Library Commission, Bulletin, 

December, 1921 
Richards, Mrs. Helen M. Traveling library notes. 
Young, Iva M. What makes the juvenile book bad or 

mediocre? 
Vermont Free Public Library Commission, Bulletin, 

March, 1922 
Rugg, H. G. Vermontiana. 
Cheney, Lucy D. Vermont in fiction (list). 
Fletcher, Fannie B. Vermont authors now living 

who have published one or more books of verse (list). 

Wisconsin Library Bulletin, November, 1921 
Wisconsin library association. Proceedings. 

Andrews, Gladys M. President's address. 

Pieplow, W: L. Greetings to trustees. 

Wolter, P. Some price problems. 

Wisconsin Library Bulletin, December, 1921 
Hazeltine, Mary E. Recruiting for librarianship. 

Wisconsin Library Bulletin, January, 1922 
Butterfield, K. The rural library and rural life. 
Powell, H. H. Free books sent to the farm by mail. 
Turvill, Helen. Children's book week in Wisconsin. 

Wisconsin Library Bulletin, February, 1922 
Root, A. S. The human factor in library service. 



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PRINCIPAL CONTENTS OF ENGLISH LIBRARY PERIODICALS 



Library Association Becord, October, 1921 

Abbott, T. C. Presidential address (to the Library 

Association). 
Oldham, Reta. Libraries and education. 
Cowley, A. E. Recent history of the Bodleian library. 
Oman, Sir C: Present hindrance to research caused by 
the enhanced price of printing. 
Library Association Record, November, 1921 
Library association. Proceedings. 

Ballinger, J: Standardization of library fittings and 

appliances. 
Sayers, W. C. B. The Institut international de 
bibliographie: Its work and possibilities of co- 
operation. 
Staley, G. F. The motor van exchange in Man- 
chester (Eng). 
Lake, Hilda A. The library of the International 

labour office, Geneva. 
Pearce, J. G, Intelligence work in a modern indus- 
trial organization. 
Garrett, H. V. Messrs. Rown tree's (York) technical 

library. 
Clarke, E. A. Work of the library section of the 

service department of Dunlop rubber co., ltd. 
Swann, J. H. Modern poetry in public libraries. 
Taylor, L. A. Twelve months' work in a library of 
commerce. 

The Library, September, 1921 
Power, Sir D'A. Notes on the bibliography of three 
16th-century English books connected with London 
hospitals. 
McKerrow, R. B. The use of the galley in Elizabethan 

printing. 
Greg, W. W. The printing of the Beaumont and Fletcher 

folio of 1647. 
Savage, S. A little-known Bohemian herbal, il. 
McMurtrie, D. C. Origin and development of the 
marks of quotation. 



The Library, December, 1921 

Dring, E. H. Early railway time tables. 

Plomer, H. R. The Eliot's court printing house. 1584- 

1674. 
Esdaile, A. Author and publisher in 1727. 
James, M. R. The royal manuscripts at the British 



Museum. 
Kirkpatrick, T. 

Ireland. 
Pollard, A. W. 



P. C. The Bibliographical society of 



Cambridge printing. 
The Library World, October, 1921 
Neesham, E. W. Amplified indexing. 

The Library World, November, 1921 
Lyell, J. P. R. The Escorial and its library. 

The Library World, December, 1921 
Axon, W: E. A. The art of cataloguing. 

The Library World, January, 1922 
Sayers, W. C. B. Agencies that help (in library work). 
The Librarian and Book World, October, 1921 
Wire, G. E. Leather preservation (to be cont.). 

The Librarian and Book World, November, 1921 
Shaw, G: B. Some neglected aspects of public libraries. 
Wire, G. E. Leather preservation (cont.). 

The Librarian and Book World, December, 1921 
Roberts, A. The fetters on free libraries. 

The Librarian and Book World, January, 1922 
Fortune, W. W. The business side of librarianship. 

The Library Assistant, November, 1921 
Squire, J. C. The librarian, the classics, and contem- 
porary literature. 
Day, Marguerite E. The library of the League of 
Nations, il. 

The Library Assistant, December, 1921 
The education of the library assistant. 

The Library Assistant, February, 1922 
McCall, J. H. Library finance (to be cont.). 

The Library Assistant, March, 1922 
McCall, J. H. Library finance (cont.). 



BIRTHS AND DEATHS 

A RECORD OF NEW TITLES, CHANGED TITLES, AND DEATHS IN THE 

PERIODICAL WORLD 

[To be continued] 



I. New Periodicals 

Abstracts of Bacteriology. Baltimore, Md. bi-mo., 

8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, F. 1917. $5.00. 
Adfiltn Slides. Kansas City, Mo. mo., 12mo., il., vol. 1, 

no. 1, Je. 1921. 
Agricultura y Zootecnia. Habana, Cuba, mo., 4to, 

vol. 1, no. 1, O. 1921. $4.00. 
Air Currents. Matherfield, Cal. mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, 

no. 1, S. 1918. 
Air Scout. Garden City, N. Y. semi-mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, 

no. 1, Je. 15, 1918. 
Alegemeen Zuivelblad. Rotterdam, Holland, w., fol., 

vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 7, 1921. f. 10. 
American Church Monthly, The. 93 Nassau St., New 

York, N. Y. mo., 8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, Mr. 1917. $2.00. 
American Decorative Arts and Trades Magazine. New 

York, mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Jl. 1921. $5.00. 
American Intercollegiate Magazine. Trenton, N. J. mo., 

12 mo., vol. 1, no. 1, D. 1921. $2.50. 
Apyrtropher Magazine. Chicago, 111. mo., 8vo, vol. 1, 

no. 1, Ap. 1921. 
Aquarium News. Brooklyn, N. Y. mo., 8vo, il., vol. 1, 

no. 1, S. 1921. 



Archives de Veterinaria y Zootechnia. Montevideo, mo. 

4to, vol. 1, no. 1, O. 1921. 
Arkansas Farm Journal. Little Rock, Ark. sem-mo., 

fol., vol. 1, no. 1, Jl. 15, 1921. $1.00. 
Art Review. 350 Madison Av., New York, N. Y. mo., 

4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, O. 1921. 25c., $2.50. 
Arts et Mitiers. Paris, mo., vol. 1, no. 1, O. 1920. 

3 fr., 30 fr. 
Associated Milk Producers of San Francisco. Bulletin. 

San Francisco, Cal. mo., fol., vol. 1, no. 1, S. 1921. 
Balkan Review, The. London, mo., 12mo, il., vol. 1, 

no. 1, F. 1919. 
Beauty. 175 Duffield St., Brooklyn, N. Y. mo., 4to, 

il., vol. 1, no. 1, F. 1922. 25c., $2.50. 
Bildarchiv, Das. Freiburg i. Br., Germany, vol. 1, 

no. 1, My. 1921. 
Black Knight. Atlantic City, N. J. mo., 12mo, vol. 1, 

no. 1, Ag. 1921. $1.00. 
Blue Pencil. Brooklyn, N. Y. mo., 16mo, vol. 1, no. 1, 

Je. 1921. $3.00. 
Bojack's Noisy Exporter. New York, N. Y. irreg., 

16mo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, S.-O. 1921. $1.50. 
Bulletin Joseph Paquet, Le. Nice, mo., 4to, vol. 1, 

no. 1, S. 1921. 3 fr. 60. 



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i 



mo., 8vo, vol. 1, 
, 12mo, vol. 1, 
w., 4to, vol. 1, 



mo 



mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, 



w., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, D. 
mo., 24mo, vol. 1, no. 1, 



California Dairyman, The. Los Angeles, Cal. semi-mo., 

4to, vol. 1, no. 1, F. 4, 1922. 
Cap of Liberty, The. London, w., 8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, 

S. 8, 1919. 
Capitol Eye, The. Munsey Bldg., Washington, D. C. 

mo., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, O. 1921. $5.00. 
Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America 

in the Argentine Republic. Comments on Argentine 

Trade. Buenos Aires, mo., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, Ag. 15, 

1921. $1.50. 

Child Life. 536 S. Clark St., Chicago, 111. mo., 4to, 

il., vol. 1, no. 1, D. 1921. 25c., $2.50. 
Church Publicity. Zelienople, Pa. 

no. 1, Ag. 1921. $3.00. 
Collegiate Publisher. Chicago, 111. 

no. 1, O. 1921. $3.00. 
Commercial Digest. New York, N. 

no. 1, Je. 13, 1921. $25.00. 
Compass, The. New York, N. Y. 

no. 1, Ag. 1921. 20c., $2.00. 
Construction Lime News. Washington. D. C. mo., 

8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1921. $1.00. 
Cultura, La. Rome, mo., vol. 1, no. 1, N. 1921. 42 

lire. 
Dairy Farmer, The. Hamilton, N. Z. mo., 4to, vol. 1, 

no. 1, S. 1920. 17^. 6d. 
Danube International, Le. Budapest, Hungary, mo., 

vol. 1, no. 1, 1920. 1 fr., 12 fr. 
Dementia Prcecox Studies. Chicago, 111. quar., 8vo, 

il., vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1918. 
East and West. Chicago, 111. 

30. 1921. $5.00. 
Ebby's Manual. Chicago, 111. 

O. 1921. $1.00 no. 
Energia. Bucharest, Roumania. mo., vol. 1, no. 1, 

Ja. 1921. 120 lei. 
Engineering Institute of Canada. Journal. Montreal, 

P. Q. mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, My. 1918. $3.00. 
Eve. London, mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, N. 1919. 1^. 

no. 
Fairness. New Orleans, La. mo., 12mo, vol. 1, no. 1, 

Ag. 1921. $5.00. 
Filmplay Journal. 15 E. 40th St., New York, N. Y. 

mo.. 4to, il.. vol. 1, no. 1, Jl. 1921. 25c., $3.00. 
Fruitland. Seattle, Wash, mo., fol., vol. 1, no. 1, F. 

1922. $1.50. 

Germinal. Mexico City, Mexico, mo., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, 

N. 1921. 50 centavos no. 
Government, The. 146 U St., Washington, D. C. mo., 

vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1921. $2.50. 
Hendricks' Commercial Bulletin. New York, N. Y. 

mo., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, F. 1922. $2.50. Supplement 

to Hendricks' Commercial Register of the United 

States. 
Hill Museum, Bulletin. Witley, Eng. irreg., vol. 1, 

no. 1, O. 17, 1921. 30s. 
Holstein Breeder and Dairyman, The. Harrisburg, Pa. 

semi-mo., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1, 1922. 75c. 
Home Designer. 1834 Fifth Av., Oakland, Cal. mo., 

4to. il., vol. 1, no. 1, Jl. 1921. $2.50. 
Hospital and Health Review, The. London, mo., 4to, 

n. s. vol. 1, no. 1, O. 1921. 6d. no. Successor to The 

Hospital. 
Illinois Agricultural Association Record. Chicago, 111. 

quar., fol., vol. 1. no. 1, O. 1921. 
Imperial Food Journal and Empire Produce News. Lon- 
don, mo., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 27, 1921. 55. year. 
Industry Illustrated. 120 W. 32d St., New York, N. Y. 

mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, N. 1921. lOc, $1.00. 
International Journal of Gastro-enterology. New York, 

N. Y. mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Jl. 1921. $6.00. 
International Journal of Psycho-analysis, The. London 

and New York, quar., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, 1920. $6.00. 
International Labour Review. Geneva and London. 

mo., 8vo, il., vol. 1. no. 1. Ja. 1921. 60c., $5.00. 
International Medical and Surgical Survey. New York, 

N. Y. mo., 8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, Ap. 1920. 
International Petroleum Reporter. New York, N. Y. 

w., fol., vol. 1, no. 3, Ja. 18, 1922. $5.00. Successor 

to Petroleum Section of Oil, Paint, and Drug Reporter. 



Jersey Craftsman. Newark, N. J. mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, 

no. 1, D. 1916. 
Journal of American Genealogy. 37 W. 39th St., New 

York. N. Y. quar. 8vo. il., vol. 1, no. 1, Ja.-Mr. 1921. 

$5.00. 
Journal of Indian Botany. Madras, vol. 1, no. 8, 

Ap. 1920. 
Journal of Indian History. London, quar., 8vo, 

vol. 1, no. 1, N. 1921. 
Labor and Industrial Journal. Seattle, Wash, w., 

4to, vol. 1, no. 1, O. 1919. $2.00. 
Little Theatre Review, The. Holland Bldg., New York, 

N. Y. fort., 8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, O. 21, 1920. lOc, 

$1.00. 
Lumber and Veneer Consumer. 537 S. Dearborn St., 

Chicago, 111. mo., vol. 1, no. 2, Jl. 1920. $2.00. 
Magazine of Fun. Chicago, 111. mo., 12mo, vol. 1, no. 

1, Ag. 1921. $2.00. 
Mainiac, The. University of Maine, Orono, Me. irreg., 

4to. il.. vol. 1, no. 1, Ap. 1921. 15c. no. 
Mallet, The. Love Point, Md. mo., 8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, 

Ag. 1921. 25c., $2.50. 
Merchandiser, The. Baltimore, Md. mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, 

no. 1, Ap. 20. 1921. 
Miniature, The. Whitesboro, Tex. mo., 12mo, vol. 1, 

no. 1, Ja. 1921. 5c. no. 
Modern Psychology. Los Angeles, Cal. mo., 8vo, 

vol. 1. no. 1, O. 1921. $3.00. 
Movie Weekly. 119 W. 40th St., New York, N. Y. w.. 

4to, il.. vol. l.no. 1, Ap. 9. 1921. lOc, $5.00. 
Music and Poetry. Chicago, 111. mo., 4to. il., vol. 1, 

no. 1. Ja. 1921. $2.50. 
National Outlook. Detroit. Mich. mo. O. to My., 

8vo. il., vol. 1, no. 1. O. 1921. $4.00. 
National Reclamation Magazine. Kansas City, Mo. 

mo., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1. D. 1921. 20c. no. 
Native Life. Bismarck. N. D. quar., 8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, 

S. 1921. 10c. no. 
Nevada Mining Press. Reno, Nev. bi-w., 4to, il., 

vol. 1, no. 1, D. 10, 1918. 
Nuovi Annali del Ministero per I'Agricoltura. Rome. 

vol. 1, no. 1, Je. 1921. 
Oil Engineering and Finance. London, w., vol. 1, no. 1, 

Ja. 14, 1922. 2s. 6d., £2, 12s. 
Paraviana. Turin, Italy, mo., vol. 1, no. 1, Je. 1921. 

6 lire. 
Parliaments of the Empire. Journal. London, quar., 

vol. 1, no. 1. Ja. 1920. 10s. no. 
Playboy. New York. N. Y. irreg., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, 

[Ja.-F.] 1919. $2.50 for 12 copies. 
Popular Radio. 9 E. 40th St., New York. N. Y. mo., 

8vo., il.. vol. 1, no. 1, My. 1922. 15c., $1.50. 
Poultry Science. Ithaca, N. Y. bi-mo., 8vo. vol. 1, 

no. 1, O.-N. 1921. $3.00. Successor to Journal of 

the Association of Instructors and Investigators in 

Poultry Science. 
Practical Electrics. 233 Fulton St., New York, N. Y. 

mo., 4to. il.. vol. 1, no. 1. N. 1921. 20c.. $2.00. 
Psycho-pathic Review. San Diego, Cal. mo., Svo, 

vol. 1. no. 1, S. 1921. $3.50. 
Public Service. Kutztown, Pa. w., fol., il., vol. 1, no. 1, 

Ag. 11, 1921. $2.50. 
Quaker, The. Burlington. N. J. fort., 4to, vol. 1. no. 1, 

Ap. 30, 1920. lOc, $2.00. 
Quartermaster Review. 1624 8th St. N. W., Washington, 

D. C. bi.-mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Jl.-Ag. 1921. 

$4.00. 
Radio Age. Garrick Bldg., Chicago, 111. mo., il.. vol. 1, 

no. 1. My. 1922. 25c.. $2.50. 
Radio Broadcast. Garden City, N. Y. mo., Svo, il., 

vol. 1, no. 1, My. 1922. 25c., $3.00. 
Radio Digest. 800 No. Clark St., Chicago, III. mo. 

8vo, il., vol. 1. no. 1, My. 1922. 20c., $2.00- 
Radio Digest Illustrated. 123 W. Madison St., Chicago, 

111. w., fol., il., vol. 1. no. 1, Ap. 15, 1922. lOc. 

$5.00, 
Radio World. 1493 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

w., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Ap. 1, 1922. 15c., $6.00. 
Review of Applied Mycology. Kew, Eng. mo., Svo. 

vol. 1, no. 1. Ja. 1922. 



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Vol. 11, No. 7 



Russische Hydrohiologische Zeitschrift. Saratof, Russia. 

mo., vol. 1, no. 1. D. 1921. 2^. no. 
School and Life. 18 E. 41st. St.. New York, N. Y. quar., 

8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, D. 1920. 25c. no. 
Seafarer and Marine Pictorial, The. 103 E. 125th St., 

New York, N. Y. mo., 8vo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, O. 1921. 

60c.. $5.00. 
Self Expression. Battle Creek, Mich, bi-mo., 8vo, 

vol. 1, no. 1. My.-Je. 1921. $1.50. 
Ship News. 59 Pearl St., New York, N. Y. mo., 

4to. il., vol. 1, no. 1, Je. 1921. $2.00. 
Shoe Wholesaler, The. Boston, mo., 4to, vol. 145, 

no. 6, F. 9, 1922. $1.50. First issue of Monthly 

Section of The Shoe and Leather Reporter. 
Sociedad Ganadera del Paraguay. Boletin. Asunci6n. 

mo., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, N. 1921. 
Soldiers' and Sailors' Bulletin. Atlantic City, N. J. 

mo., vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1920. 
Southern Club Woman. Jacksonville, Fla. mo., 4to, 

il.,vol.l, no. 1, N. 15, 1921. $1.00. 
Standard Catalog Bi-monthly. New York, N. Y. bi-mo., 

4to, vol. 1, no. 1. N. 1921. $1.00. 
Standard Daily Trade Service. Standard Market Index. 

New York, N. Y. d. rev. monthly, no. 1, Ja. 1922. 
Standard Player Monthly. New York, N. Y. mo., 

8vo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1916. 
Stars and Stripes, The. Washington, D. C. w., fol., 

il., vol. 1. no. 1, Je. 14, 1919. $2.00. 
Survey Graphic, The. 112 E. 19th St., New York, N. Y. 

mo., 4to, il , vol. 1, no. 1, N. 1921. $3.00. Also 

issued as regular number of The Survey. 
Talmud Magazine. 8 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. mo., 

24mo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, D. 1921. $2.50. 
Tire Dealers News. Chicago, 111., mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, 

no. 1, N. 1920. 
Tractor. Commercial Tribune Bldg., Cincinnati, O. 

mo., vol. 1, no. 1, Je. 1918. $2.00. 
Tractor World. Pawtucket, R. I. mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, 

no. 1, Ag. 1918. $2.00. 
Treat 'em Square. New York, N. Y. mo., 8vo, il., 

vol. 1. no. 1, S. 1921. 25c. no. 
Trend, The. Philadelphia, Pa. semi-mo., 4to, vol. 1, 

no. 1. N. 7, 1921. $2.00. 
Turistik und Alpinismus. Kesmark, Czecho-slovakia. 

qu., vol. 1, no. 1, O. 1919. 5 mk., 50 mk. 
U. S. Air Service. Philadelphia, Pa. mo., 4to, il., 

vol. 1, no. 1, F. 1919. $3.00. 
Vulcanizer and Tire Dealer. 418 S. Market St., Chicago, 

111. mo., il., vol. 1, no. 1, O. 1919. 15c., $2.00. 
Watchmen of Israel, The. Boston, Mass. mo., 4to, 

il., vol. 1, no. 1, N. 1918. 
Water Resources. Westory Bldg., Washington, D. C. 

mo., 4to. il.. vol. 1, no. 1, N. 1921. 50c. no. 
Ways and Means. London, w., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, 

Mr. 8, 1919. 6d. no. 
West at Work, The. St. Louis, Mo. semi-mo., 4to, 

il., vol. 1, no. 1, Je. 4, 1917. 
Weekly American Courier. Milwaukee, Wis. w., 4to, 

il., vol. 1, no. 1, N. 17, 1917. 
Wilsonian, The. 1213 Filbert St., Philadelphia. Pa. 

mo., vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1922. $2.00. 
Yorkship News. Camden, N. Y. mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, 

no. J, Ap. 1919. 
Zemedelskd Jednota: Casopis ZemeJelski Jednoty Ces- 

koslovenski Repuhliky. Praze, w., fol., vol. 1, no. 1, 

Ja. 1, 1922. 
Zionist Bulletin, The. London, w., 8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, 

Jl. 1919. 

II. Changed or Discontinued 

Aero World. New York. Discontinued with no. 6, 

Ja. 1921. 
Air Currents. Matherfield, Cal. Discontinued with 

no. 4, D. 1918. 
Air Scout. Garden City, N. Y, Discontinued with 

vol. 2, S. 1, 1919. 
Air Travel, New York. Discontinued with no. 8, My. 

1918. 
American Angler, The. New York. Merged in Field 

and Stream with Ja. 1922. 



American Association of Instructors and Investigators in 

Poultry Husbandry, Journal. New Brunswick, N. J. 

Discontinued with vol. 7, no. 10, Jl. 1921. Suc- 
ceeded by Poultry Science. 
American Journal of Insanity. Baltimore. Changed 

to American Journal of Psychiatry with Jl. 1921. 
American Youth. New York. Discontinued with Ag. 1921. 
Auto Era. Cleveland. Discontinued with O. 1921. 
Balkan Review, The. London. Changed to Eastern 

Europe with vol. 5. no. 1, Mr, 1921. 
Brain Power. New York. Changed to National 

Pictorial Monthly with F. 1922. 
Cap of Liberty, The. London. Discontinued with no. 

18, Ja. 5. 1920. 
Electrical Contractor-Dealer . New York. Changed to 

National Electragist with vol. 21, no. 1, N. 1921. 
Experimental Science. Washington. Discontinued with 

Ag.-S. 1921. 
Film Stories. New York. Discontinued with N. 10, 

1921. 
Form, London. Resumed publication with n. s. 

vol. 1, no. 1, O. 1921. 45. no. 
Great Britain. Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries. 

Return of Market Prices. Changed to The Agricul- 
tural Market Report with vol. 18, no. 50. D. 16, 192L 
Hospital, The. London. Changed to The Hospital 

and Health Review, with vol. 71, no. 1843 (n. s. vol. 1, 

no. 1), O. 1921. 
Kentucky Magazine. Lexington, Ky. Discontinued 

with vol. 2, no. 1, Ja. 1918. 
Keystone Magazine of Optometry. Philadelphia. 

Changed to Optical Age with vol. 18, no. 6. O. 1921. 
Leipziger Fdrber-zeitung. Leipzig. Merged in Deutscher 

Farber-Zeitung, Ja. 1920. 
McClure's. New York. Resumed publication with 

vol. 54, no. 1, Mr. 1922. 
Modern Medicine. Chicago. Changed to Nation's 

Health, with vol. 3, no. 5, My. 1921. 
National Service. New York. Discontinued with D. 

1922. Merged in Army and Navy Journal. 
Nonpartisan Leader, The. Minneapolis. Changed 

to The National Leader with vol. 13. no. 10. N. 14, 

1921. 
Pacific Radio News. San Francisco. Changed to 

Radio with vol. 3, no. 4, N. 1921. 
Paper Bulletin. Camden, N. J. Changed to Paper and 

Ink with vol. 3, no. 1, S. 1, 1919. 
Playboy. New York. Discontinued with no. 7, Je. 1921. 
Psychic Research Quarterly. London. Changed to 

Psyche with n. s. vol. 2, no. 1, Jl. 1921. 
Radio Amateur News. New York. Changed to Radio 

News with vol. 2, no. 1, Jl. 1920. 
Revista del Mundo, La. New York. Discontinued with 

vol. 10, no. 3, N. 1921. 
Sea Power. New York. Discontinued with vol. 11, 

no. 1, Jl. 1921. 
Smith's Magazine. New York. Discontinued with 

F. 1922. Merged in The Love Story Magazine. 
Sporting Life. Philadelphia. Discontinued with vol. 70, 

no. 2, S. 8. 1917. 
Stratford Journal. Boston. Discontinued with vol. 6, 

no. 2, Ap.-Je. 1920. 
Transfer and Storage. New York. Changed to Dis- 
tribution and Warehousing with vol. 19, no. 2, F. 1920. 
Utilities Magazine. Philadephia. Discontinued with 

Mr. 1918. 
Vehicle Monthly. Philadelphia. Changed to Motor 

Vehicle Monthly with vol. 57, no. 9, D. 1921. 
Water and Gas Review. New York. Discontinued with 

vol. 30. no. 2, Ag. 1919. 
Ways and Means. London. Discontinued with no. 91, 

N. 27, 1920. Merged in Common Sense. 
Wayside Tales and Cartoons. Chicago. Changed to 

Wayside Tales with Ja. 1922. 
Wohelo. New York. Changed to Everygirl's Magazme 

with vol. 7, no. 9, My. 1920. 
Woman's National Farm and Garden Association. Bul- 
letin. Cheltenham, Pa. Changed to Farm and 

Garden, Chicago, with vol. 9, no. 4, O. 1921. 
World Outlook. New York. Suspended with O. 1920. 



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QUARTERLY DRAMATIC INDEX, JANUARY-MARCH, 1922 

LIST OF PERIODICALS REGULARLY INDEXED AND ABBREVIATIONS USED 
OTHER PERIODICALS INCLUDED CAN BE RECOGNIZED BY THEIR ABBREVIATIONS 



American Magazine. N. Y. 

Atlantic Monthly. Boston. 
. Bookman. London. 

Bookman. N. Y. 

Canadian Magazine. Toronto. 

Century. N. Y. 

Contemporary Review. 
, Cosmoi»olitan. N. Y. 

Current Opinion. N. Y. 

Dial. N.Y. 

Dramatic Mirror, N. Y. 

The Drama. Chicago. 

The Dramatist, Easton, 

Everybody's Magazine. 



London. 



Pa, 
N.Y. 



J. 



Fortnightly Review. London. 

Forum. N. Y. 

Graphic. London. 

Harper's Monthly. N. Y. 

Harper's Bazar. N. Y. 

Hearst's Magazine. N. Y. 

Illustrated London News. London. 

Independent. N. Y. 

Ladies' Home Journal. Phila. 
a. Leslie's Weekly. N.Y. 

Life. N. Y. 
a. Literary Digest. N. Y. 

Living Age. Boston. 

play-Avright. 



35: 
'22. 



il. 



'22, 72. 



^5m. M. 

Atlan. 

Bkman. (Lond.) 
Bookman 
Canad. M. 
Cent. 

COKTEMP. 

cosmopol. 

Cur. Opin. 

Dial 

Dram. Mir. 

Drama 

Dramatist 

Everybody's 

FORTN. 

Forum 
Graphic 
Harper 
Harp. B. 
Hearst 
III. Lond. N. 
Indep. 
Ladies' H 
Les. W. 
Life 
Lit, D. 
Liv. Age 

Akins, Zoe 

Interview. J : van Doren. Theatre 35 : 76, 124, F. '22. 

Eias Jimmy Valentine, play by P. Armstrong. 
Revival at Gaiety theatre, N. Y. city. Theatre 
99(i), F. '22. 
Review. K. Andrews. Bookman 54: 574-5, F. 
nateur theatricals. 
What play shall we give? Constance D. Mackay. 
V^oman's Home C. 49: F. '22, 37. 
nbush, drama by A. Richman. 
Scene from. Woman's Home C. 49: F 
Anna Christie, play E. O'Neill. 

Plot and excerpts, il. Cur. Opin. 72: 57-66, Ja. 22. 
Production at Vanderbilt theatre, N. Y. city. Theatre 
35: 29(i), Ja. '22. 
Arnold, Roberta (Mrs. H. Rawlinson), actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 83, F. '22. 
As you like it, play by W: Shakespeare. 

Shakespeare's manipulation of his sources in As you like 

it. A. H. Tolman. Mod. Lang. Notes 37: 65-76, F.'22. 

Babes in the woods. The, pantomime by Mr. Cochran 

and J. H. Turner. 

Production at the New Oxford theatre, London. 

Nation (Lond.) 30: 566(^), Ja. 7, '22. 
Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 105: 49, Ja. 7, '22. 
Back to Methuselah, drama by G: B. Shaw. 

Criticism. R. C. Benchley. Life 79: 18(1), Mr. 16, '22. 
Review. L. Lewisohn. Nation 114: 323(i), Mr. 15, 
'22. — Yale R. 11: 429-30, Ja. '22. 
Barrie, Sir James Matthew, author and dramatist, 
I860-. 
Portrait. Graphic 105: 5, Ja. 7, '22. 
Barrymore, Lionel (Blythe), actor. 

Interview, pors. M. B. MuUett. Am. M. 93: F. '22, 
36-9, 84-6. 
Bat, The (La chauve souris), revue by N. BaliefT. 
Description. Florence Gilliam. 11. Theatre 35: 28, 

62, Ja. '22. 
Production at Forty-ninth street theatre, N. Y. city. 
R. A. Parker. Indep. 108: 205-7, F. 25, '22.— 
L. Lewisohn. Nation 114: 230(1), F. 22, '22. 
Scene from (picture). Graphic 105: 146, F. 4, '22; 
105: 193, F. 18, '22. 
Baxter, Barry, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 40, Ja. '22. 
Beale, Kitty, opera singer. 

Notice, por. Mus. Cour. 84: F. 2, '22, 55(}). 
Beecher, Janet (Martha Meysenberg), (Mrs. H. R. 
Guggenheim), actress. 
Portrait. Cur. Opin. 72: 204, F. '22. 
Belasco, David, playwright and producer, 1862-. 

Portrait. Cur. Opin. 72: 350, Mr. '22. 
Belwin, Alma, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 11, Ja. '22. 



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Bennett, Richard, actor, 1873- . 

Portrait as the clown in He who gets slapped. Theatre 
35: 141, Mr. '22. 
Bill of divorcement, A, play by Clemence Dane. 
Plot and excerpts, il. Cur. Opin. 72: 199-209, F. 

'22. — il. Theatre 35: 84, 86. 88, 126. F. '22. 
Scene from. Woman's Home C. 49: F. '22, 72. 
Blackmer, Sidney, actor. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 84: F. 16, '22, 56. 
Sketch, por. Ada Patterson. Theatre 35: 106, 
F. '22. 
Bland, R. Henderson, actor and moving-picture pro- 
ducer. 
Portrait. Graphic 105: 202, F. 18, '22. 
Blood and sand, play by T: Cushing from novel by 
V. Blasco Ibanez. 
Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 105: 23, Ja. 7, '22. 
Blue kitten. The, musical comedy by O. Harbach, 
W. Duncan, and R. Friml, founded on Le chasseur 
de Chez Maxim's by Y. Mirande and G. Quinson. 
Criticism. R. C. Benchley. Life 79: 18(i), F. 2, '22. 
Production at Selwyn theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 95: 63(i). Mr. '22. 
Brunette, Fritzi, actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 95: 9, Ja. 7, '22. 
Bulldog Drummond, melodrama by C. McNeill. 
Commended. R. C. Benchley. Life 79: 19(J), Ja. 19,'22. 
Production at Knickerbocker theatre, N. Y. city. il. 

Theatre 35: 155, 166, Mr. '22. 
Review. K. Andrews. Bookman 55: 59-60, Mr. 
Burke, Tom, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 84: F. 23, '22, 13. 
Captain Applejack, play by W. Hackett. 

Criticism. Indep. 108: 43(i), Ja. 14,'22. — R 

Benchley. Life 79: 18(i), Ja. 19, '22. 
Production at Cort theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. Mir. 
95: 62(i), Mr. '22. — il. Theatre 35: 155, 165-6, 
Mr. '22. 
Review. K. Andrews. Bookman 55: 60-61, Mr. '22. 
Carroll, Earl, dramatist. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 95: 57, Mr. '22. 
Cat and the canary. The, play by J: Willard. 

Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 79: 18(i). Mr. 2. '22. 
Chaliapine, Feodor, opera singer. 

Portrait as Mephistopheles. Graphic 105: 202, F. 18. 

*22. 
Sketch, pors. Cur. Opin. 72: 66-9, Ja. '22. 
Chances, The, comedy by J: Fletcher. 

Production at the Phoenix theatre, London. Nation 
(Lond.) 30: 698-700, F. 4. '22. 
Chaplin, Charles (Spencer), actor, 188^. 

A "close-up" of Charles Chaplin, por. T: Burke. 

il. Outlook 130: 100-102, Ja. 18, '22. 
Sketch. Cur. Opin. 72: 209-10, F. '22. 



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Chaplin Charles (Spencer) — Continued. 

His theory of the comic and his methods of achieving 
it. pors. il. World's Work 43: 425-34, F. '22. 
Claw, The, play by H. Bernstein. 

Production at Broadhurst theatre, N. Y. city. Theatre 
35: 31(i). Ja. '22. 
Cockpit, The, play by I. Zangwill. 

Review. L. Lewisohn. Nation 114: 21 (i), Ja. 4, '22. 
Cornell, Katharine, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 40, Ja. '22. 
Cowl, Jane (Mrs. A. Klauber), actress and dramatist. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 11. Ja. '22. 
Crawford, Bertha, opera singer. 

Notice, por. Mus. Cour. 84: F. 2. '22, 65(J). 
Crows, one-act play by Betti P. Sandiford. 
Text. Canad. M. 58: 397-405. Mr. '22. 
Daly, Arnold, actor. 

Portrait in The wife with a smile. Bookman 54 : 573, 
F. '22. 
Dance, Reginald, actor. 

Portrait. Drama 12: 122, Ja. '22. 
Dancing and dancers. 

John Alden Carpenter's jazz pantomime, Krazy Kat. 

Henrietta Straus. Nation 114: 292, Mr. 8. '22. 
Russian dancing. The philosophy of. Carol Bird, 
il. Theatre 35: 22-3, Ja. '22. 
Dane, Clemence, author and playwright. 

Portrait. Cur. Opin. 72: 199, F. '22. — Theatre 35: 
84. F. '22. 
Danforth, William, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 35, Ja. '22. 
Danger, drama by C. Hamilton. 

Criticism. R. C. Benchley. Life 79: 18(J), Ja. 12, '22; 
Danise, Guiseppe, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 84: Mr. 2, '22, 53. 
Davenport, Harry, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 35, Ja. '22. 
Deluge, The (Syndafloden) , drama by H. Berger. 
Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 79: 18(i), F. 16. 

•22. 
Production at Plymouth theatre, N. Y. city. L. 
Lewisohn. Nation 114: 196-7, F. 15, '22. 
Donizetti, Gaetano, composer, 1797-1848. 

Secrets of his success, il. Etude 40: 91-2, F. '22. 
Dover road. The, play by A. A. Milne. 

Approval. R. C. Benchley. Life 79: 18, Jan. 12, '22. 
Production at Bijou theatre, N. Y. city. il. Theatre 

35: 143, 168. Mr. '22. 
Review. K. Andrews. Bookman 55: 61(1), Mr. '22. 
— Indep. 108: 41-2, Ja. 14, '22. 
Doyle, Miriam, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 83, F. '22. 
Drama. 

The mystery play. Popularity of. Graphic 105: 

114(i), Ja. 28. '22. 
The realistic test in drama. St. J: Ervine. Yale R. 
11: 285-303. Ja. '22. 
Drama in America. 

Does the popular represent public taste? Katherine 
M. Roof. Drama 12: 80-81, 100, D. "21, and fol- 
lowing issues. 
The stage and the censor. Nation 114: 59-60, Ja. 18, 

'22. 
Theatre without drama. L. Lewisohn. Nation 114: 
49(1). Ja. 11, '22. 
Dream maker, The, play by W: Gillette, founded on 
story by H. E. Morton. 
Review. K. Andrews, il. Bookman 54: 573-4, 
F. '22. 
Drew, John, actor, 1853-. 

My years on the stage, il. Ladies' H. J. 39: F. '22, 
21, 119-22. and following issues. 
Drifting, melodrama by J: Colton and D. H. Andrews. 
Production at the Playhouse, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 95: 17(i), Ja. 7, '22. — il. Theatre 35: 155, 
166, Mr. '22. 
Du Mam-ier, Gerald, actor-manager. 

Knighted, por. Graphic 105: 4(J), Ja. 7, '22. 
Ellis, Charles, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 35, Ja. '22. 



Enter Madame, play by Gilda Varesi and Doi/y Byrne 

Scene from (picture). Graphic 105: 202, F. 18, '22. 
Enrol, Leon, actor. 

Sketch, por. M. B. Mullett. Am. M. 93: Ja. '22. 
18-19, 75-6. 
Evans, Madge, actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 95: 55. Mr. '22. 
Ever young, one-act play by Alice Gerstenberg. 

Text. Drama 12: 167-73, F. '22. 
Face value, comedy by S. Lopez, adapted by Solita 
Solano. 
Production at Forty-ninth st. theatre. N. Y. city. 
Theatre 35: 167(i). Mr. '22. 
Family man, A, drama by J : Galsworthy. 

Review. S. Jameson. Yale R. 11: 427-8, Ja. '22. 
Fenwick, Irene, actress, 1887-. 

Portrait in The claw. Am. M. 93: F. '22, 36. 
First fifty years. The, play by H: Myers. 

Review. L. Lewisohn. Nation 114: 376(0 . Mr. 29, 
'22. 
Fiske, Harrison Grey, director, 1861-. 

Reminiscences, por. (with Mrs. Fiske). il. Dram. 
Mr. 59: 50-51, Mr. '22. 
Fiske, Minnie Maddern (Marie Augusta Davey) 
(Mrs. Harrison Grey Fiske), actress, 1865-. 
The reason Mrs. Fiske gives for sex-nonsense on the 
stage. Cur. Opin. 72: 69(}), Ja. '22. 
Frederick, Pauline, actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 95: 48, Mr. '22. 
Fugitive, The, play by J : Galsworthy. 

The realistic test applied to The fugitive. St. J: Er- 
vine. Yale R. 11: 298-303, Ja. '22. 
Fuller, Rosalind, actress. 

Portrait. Woman's Home C. 49: F. '22, 72. 
Garden, Mary, opera singer and director, 1876-. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 153, Mr. '22. 
George, Grace (Grace George Dougherty) (Mrs. 
W: A. Brady), actress. 1880-. 
Portrait as Marie Antoinette. Theatre 35: 5, Ja. '22. 
Ghost story, The, one-act play by B. Tarkington. 
Staging The ghost story. G. Hunter. Ladies' H. 

J. 39: Mr. '22. 132-5. 
Text. il. Ladies' H. J. 39: Mr. '22. 6, 126-31. 
Gigli, Guilio, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 84: F. 2, '22, 53. 
Gillette, William, actor. 

Portrait in The dreammaker. Bookman 54: 571, F. 
'22. 
Golden, John, producer. 

Sketch, por. M. B. Mullett. Am. M. 93: Mr. 
'22, 18-19, 112-17. 
Golden days, play by S. Toler and Marion Short. 

Review. K. Andrews. Bookman 54: 465-6, Ja. '22 
Grand duke. The, comedy by S. Guitry. 

Production at Lyceum theatre, N. Y. city. il. Theal 
35: 25, 29. Ja. '22. 
Grasso, Giovanni, actor. 

First appearance in America, por. Alice Rohe. 
Theatre 35: 14-15. 60, Ja. '22. 
Great Broxopp, The, drama by A. A. Milne. 

Criticism. Indep. 108: 43 (i), Ja. 14, '22. 
Hale, Chester, dancer. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 9, Ja. '22. 
Hamilton, Cosmo, dramatist. 

Casting a play. por. Theatre 35: 8, 60, Ja. '22. 
Hamlet, play by W: Shakespeare. 

Production by Henry Baynton at the Savoy theatre, 
London. Nation (Lond.) 30: 598(0. Ja. 14, '22. _ 
Hammerstein, Elaine, actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 95: 8, Ja. 7, '22. 
Harding, Ann, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 40, Ja. '22. 
He who gets slapped, drama by L. Andreyev. 
Criticism. Indep. 108: 90-91, Ja. 28, '22. — R. 

Benchley. Life 79: 18, Ja. 26, '22. 
Production at Garrick theatre, N. Y. city. Dr 
Mir. 95: 62(i), Mr. '22. — il. Theatre 35: 1 
168, Mr. '22. 
Review. K. Andrews. Bookman 55: 61-2, Mr. '22.' 
L. Lewisohn. Nation 114: 103 (i), Ja. 25, '22 



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Healy, Agnes, dancer. 

Portrait. Graphic 105: 112. Ja. 28, '22. 
Hempel, Freida, opera singer. 

A commonsense talk to girls who want to sing. por. 
Woman's Home C. 49: F. '22, 21. 
Hero, The, play by G. Emery. 

Plot and excerpts, il. Theatre 35: 16, 18, 20, Ja. '22. 
Idle inn, The, play by P. Hirschbein. 

Criticism. R. C. Benchley. Life 79: 18(J). Ja. 5, '22. 

Production at Plymouth theatre. N. Y. city. Theatre 
35: 165(§), Mr. '22. 
Intimate strangers, The, play by B. Tarkington. 

Production at Henry Miller's theatre, N. Y. city. 
Theatre 35: 30(J), Ja. '22. 

Review. K. Andrews. Bookman 54: 464-5, Ja. '22. 
lYOgun, Maria, opera singer. 

Portrait as Rosina. Mus. Cour. 84: Ja. 26, '22, 19. 
Jack and the beanstalk, pantomime. 

Production at the Hippodrome, London. Nation 
(Lond.)30:566(i). Ja. 7. '22. 
Jefferson, Joseph, actor, 1829-1905. 

Joseph Jefferson. G. Bradford. Altantic 129: 85-95, 
Ja. '22. 
Jeritza, Maria, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 84: Ja. 26. '22, 27. 
Jones, Robert Edmond, designer of stage scenery. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 19, Ja. '22. 
Kiki, play by A. Picard, adapted from the French by 
D. Belasco. 

Plot and excerpts, il. Cur. Opin. 72: 342-51. Mr. 

t'22. 
•oduction at Belasco theatre, N. Y. city. il. Theatre 
35: 81. 97-8, 105. F. '22. 
eview. K. Andrews, il. Bookman 54: 573(J), 
F. '22. 
g, Edith, actress. 
Portrait. Theatre 35: 83, F. '22. 
Kitty Mackay, comedy by Catherine C. Gushing. 

Production at Lyceum theatre. N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 95: 63(i). Mr. '22. 
Korngold, Erich Wolfgang, composer. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 19. Ja. '22. 
Kosta, Tessa, opera singer. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 149, Mr. '22. 
Kruger, Otto, actor. 

Portrait in The straw. Bookman 54: 465, Ja. '22. 
Lake, Alice, actress. 
j Portrait. Dram. Mir. 95: 74, Mr. '22. 
i Lawful larceny, drama by S: Shipman. 
' Comment. R. C Benchley. Life 79: 18(1). Ja. 26, '22. 
Production at Republic theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 95: 17(i), Ja. 7, '22. — Theatre 35: 167(i), 
Mr. '22. 
Lawson, Winifred, actress. 

Portrait. Graphic 105: 112. Ja. 28. '22. 
Lesda, Bici (Bernice Puckett), opera singer. 
Notice, por. Mus. Cour. 84: F. 23. '22, 8(i). 
1 Lipsky, Nicholas de, designer of stage scenery. 
Work of. por. Carol Bird. il. Theatre 35: 80, 
82. F. '22. 
I Lord, Pauline, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 85. F. '22. 
Lubitsch, Ernst, moving-picture director. 

Interview. L. Lewisohn. Nation 114: 76(J). Ja. 18. 
'22. 
' McAvoy, May, actress. 

Portrait. Delin. 100: F. '22. 52. 
Madam Pierre (Les Hannetons), drama by E. Brieux, 
adapted by A. Hornblow, Jr. 
Review. L. Lewisohn. Nation 114: 266 (i), Mr. 1, 
'22. 
Madras house. The, play by H. G. Barker. 

Production at Neighborhood playhouse, N. Y. city. 
Dial 72: 114, Ja. '22. — Theatre 35: 98(J). F. 
'22. 
Manon, opera by J. Massenet. 
; Description, il. Etude 40: 127(0. F- '22. 
I Marie Antoinette, play by "Edymar." 

Production at Playhouse. N. Y. city. Theatre 35: 
98(i). F. '22. 



Marion, George, actor. 

Portrait in The straw. Bookman 54: 464. Ja. '22. 
Marionettes. 

How Tony Sarg performs miracles with marionets. 
il. Cur. Opin. 72: 351-3. Mr. '22. 
Marjolaine, musical comedy by Catherine C. Gushing, 
H. Felix, and B. Hooker, founded on play Pomander 
walk by L: N. Parker. 
Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 79: 18, F. 16, '22. 
Production at Broadhurst theatre, N. Y. city. 11. 
Dram. Mir. 95: 63(i). Mr. '22. 
Marlowe, Julia (Mrs. E: H. Southern), actress. 

Portrait. Drama 12: 110. Ja. '22. 
Married woman. The, play by C. B. Fernald. 

Criticism. R. C. Benchley. Life 79: 18, Ja. 12, '22. 
Martinelli, Giovanni, opera singer. 

Portrait (in costume). Mus. Cour. 84: F. 23, '22, 11. 
Masks. 

The mask in the theatre. Revival of an old art. 
Ada Forman. il. Drama 12: 113. Ja. '22. 
Merchant of Venice, play by W: Shakespeare. 

Production at the Old Vic. Nation (Lond.) 30: 628- 

30. Ja. 21. '22. 
The realistic test applied to The merchant of Venice. 
St. J: Ervine. Yale R. 11: 288-98. Ja. '22. 
Merivale, Philip, actor. 

Portrait as Shakespeare. Theatre 35: 159. Mr. '22. 
Miller, Marilynn, actress. 

Portrait. Woman's Home C. 49: F. '22, 72. 
Milne, Alan Alexander, dramatist, 1882-. 

Portrait. Graphic 105: 79, Ja. 21. '22. 
Molidre, Jean-Baptiste Poquelin, actor and drama- 
tist. 1622-73. 
Criticism. Nation 114: 142(|). F. 8. '22. 
How Jean-Baptiste Poquelin became the great Molidre. 

G. Teall. il. St. Nich. 49: 276-82. Ja. '22. 
Tercentenary. P. Carr. il. Graphic 105: 45. Ja. 14, 
'22. 
Money doesn't matter, play by Gertrude Jennings. 
Description. Graphic 105: 146(i), F. 4. '22. 
Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 105: 219. F. 25, '22. 
Monterey, Carlotta, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 21. Ja. '22. 
Mountain man. The, drama by Clare Kummer. 

Criticism. R. C. Benchley .Life 79: 18(J). Ja. 5. '22. 
Moving pictures. 

An arraignment and defense of the movies. Cur. 
Opin. 72: 353-4. Mr. '22. — S. L. M. Barlow and 
R. E. MacAlarney. Forum 67: 36-45. Ja. '22. 
Home, as it is in the movies, il. Woman's Home C. 

49: F. '22, 73. 
The making of a movie. H. C. Bennett, il. 

Woman's Home C. 49: Mr. '22, 27. 56-7. 
Noises for the movies. A. A. Hopkins, il. Sci. 

Am. 126: 30-31. Ja. '22. 
The public will turn. H. Broun, il. Collier's 69: 
F. 11. '22. 16. 22. 
Mullen, Sadie, actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 95: 24. Ja. '22. 
Muratore, Lucien, opera singer. 

Portrait as Samson. Mus. Cour. 84: Ja. 26, '22. 1. 
Murray, Mae (Maria) (Mrs. R. Leonard), actress. 
Portrait. Dram. Mir. 95: 16. Ja. 7. '22; 95: 54. Mr. 
'22. 
Muzio, Claudia, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 84: F. 16, '22, 1. 
Portrait as Violetta. Mus. Cour. 84: Ja. 12, '22, 40. 
National anthem, The, drama by J: H. Manners. 
Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 79: 18(t), F. 9, 

'22. 
Production at Henry Miller's theatre, N. Y. city. 
Dram. Mir. 95: 62(i), Mr. '22. 
Nest, The, play by P. Geraldy. 

Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 79: 18(1), Mr. 2, 
'22. 
Old history book, The, Americanization pageant by 
Louise Van V. Armstrong. 
Text. il. Drama 12: 125-9, 137, Ja. '22. 
Oliver Cromwell, play by J: Drinkwater 

Review. -L. Lewisohn. Nation 114: 20-21, Ja. 4, '22 



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O'Neill, Eugene Gladstone, playwright, 1888-. 

Eugene O'Neill: a Broadway philosopher. J: Craw- 
ford, il. Drama 12: 117-18, 142, Ja. '22. 

The development of Eugene O'Neill. L. Lewisohn. 
Nation 114: 349-50. Mr. 22. '22. 

Portrait. Cur. Opin. 72: 58. Ja. '22. 

The real Eugene O'Neill, por. O. M. Sayler. Cent. 
103: 351-9. Ja. '22. 
Opera. 

Beacon lights of opera, to-day and yesterday, il. 
Etude 40: 159-60. Mr. '22. 

New art of the theatre in opera. C. Saerchinger. il. 
Mus. Cour. 84: Mr. 2, '22. 6. 
Pagoda slave, A, one-act play by C: Keeler. 

Text. Drama 12: 163-6, F. '22. 
Painter, Eleanor, opera singer. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 145, Mr. '22. 
Pantomime. 

Peeps at the pantomimes. Nation (Lond.) 30: 565-6, 
Ja. 7. '22. 
Pareto, Graziella, opera singer. 

Portrait as Violetta. Mus. Cour. 84: F. 16. '22. 17. 
Pattiera, Tino, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 84 : Mr. 9, '22, 43. 
Pfitzner, Hans, composer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 84: F. 23, '22, 6. 
Pigeon, The, play by J: Galsworthy. 

Review. L. Lewisohn. Nation 114: 196(0. F- 15, '22. 
Ponselle, Rosa, opera singer. 

Portrait. Woman's Home C. 49: F. '22, 74. 
Richman, Arthur, dramatist. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 19, Ja. '22. 
Right to strike. The, play by E. Hutchinson. 

Production at Comedy theatre, N. Y. city. Theatre 
35:30(i).Ja. '22. 
Rocca, Antonio, opera singer. 

Notice, por. Mus. Cour. 84: Ja. 26, '22, 46(i). 
Rogers, John, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 40, Ja. '22. 
Roi d' Ys, Le, opera by E. Lalo. 

Production at Metropolitan opera house, N. Y. city, 
il. Mus. Cour. 84: Ja. 12. '22, 5-6. 
Rostand, Edmond E. A., dramatist. 1868-1918. 

Work of. G. Frank. Cent. 103: 637-40. F. '22. 
S. S. Tenacity, The, play by C : Vildrac. 

Criticism. Indep. 108: 92(i), Ja. 28, '22. 

Production at Belmont theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. 
Mir. 95: 17(i), Ja. 7, '22.— Theatre 35: 166-7, Mr. '22. 

Review. K. Andrews. Bookman 55: 61 (i), Mr. '22. 
— L. Lewisohn. Nation 114: 103(i), Ja. 25, '22. 
Saint-SaSns, Charles Camille, composer, 1835-1921. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 84: F. 2, '22, 23. 

His remarkable mind. A. J. Eastman. Etude 40: 
81-2, F. '22. 
Samson, Ivan, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 35, Ja. '22. 
Schaaf, Myrtle, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 84: Ja. 26, '22, 16. 
Schipa, Tito, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 84: Ja. 19, '22, 1. 
Shakespeare, William, dramatist, 1564-1616. 

His own handwriting. B: de Casseres. Theatre 35: 
78, 124, F. '22. 
Ships on the sand, one-act play by C: A. Myall. 

Text. Drama 12: 153-6, F. '22. 
Silver fox, The, comedy by Cosmo Hamilton. 

Plot and excerpts, il. Theatre 35: 152, 154, 156, Mr. '22. 
Skin game. The, drama by J: Galsworthy. 

"Mrs. Hillcrist" and the press agent. Aileen Wyse. 
il. Drama 12: 122, 1.37, Ja. '22. 
Snegourotchka, opera by N. Rimski-Korsakov. 

Production at Metropolitan opera house, N. Y. city. 
Mus. Cour. 84: Ja. 26, '22, 5, 28. 
Sothem, Edward Hugh, actor, 1859-. 

Tradition, por. as Hamlet. Drama 12: 150-52, F. '22. 
Stark, Pauline, actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 95: 76, Mr. '22. 
Strauss, Richard, composer. 

New paths and visions in musical progress, por. 
Etude 40: 11-12, Ja. '22. 



Straw, The, play by E. O'Neill. 

Production at Greenwich Village theatre, N. Y. 

city. Theatre 35: 31, Ja. '22. 
Review. K. Andrews, il. Bookman 54: 463-4, 
Ja. '22. 
Tell, Alma , actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 83, F. '22. 
Theatre. 

The audience. How to deal with the psychology of 
the modern theatregoer. R. Milton, il. Theatre 
35: 144, 192, Mr. '22. 
Theatre in America. 

Detroit, Mich. First steps toward a repertory theatre. 

Mary Morris, il. Drama 12: 114-16, Ja. '22. 
New York city. Adventuring made painless. H. 
Broun, il. Collier's 69: Ja. 21, '22, 13, 22-3. 
Theatre in England. 

Movies and the Elizabethan theatre. C. Harris, 
il. Outlook 130: 29-31, Ja. 4, '22. 
Theatre — Outdoor. 

The community theatre out-of-doors. S. Cheney, 
il. Theatre 35: 42-3, 66, Ja. '22. 
Theatre in Russia. 

Theatre of the future in Soviet Russia. H. Carter. 
Drama 12: 111-12. 142, Ja. '22. 
Theatres in America. 

New Orleans, La. Le petit theatre du vieux carre. 
S. H. Clark, il. Drama 12: 119. Ja. '22. 
Theatres in England. 

"Queen Victoria's own Theayter." Nation (Lond.) 
30: 628-30. Ja. 21. '22. 
Their anniversary, one-act comedy by Alice C. D. 
Riley. 
Text. Drama 12: 157-62. F. '22. 
Thomas, John Charles, opera singer. 

Interview, por. Mus. Cour. 84: F. 23, '22, 18(0- 
To the ladies, comedy. 

Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 79: 18(|), Mr. 9, 
'22. 
Tosca, La, opera by G. Puccini. 

Description, il. Etude 40: 55(0, Ja. '22. 
Tote Stadt, Die, opera by E. W. Korngold, founded on 
book Bruges la Morte by G. Rodenbach. 
Review. Henrietta Straus. Nation 114: 177-8. 
F. 8, '22. 
Trix, Josephine, actress. 

Portrait in A to Z. Graphic 105: 112, Ja. 28, '22. 
Ulric, Leonore, actress. 

Portrait as Kiki. Bookman 54: 572, F. '22. — Cur. 
Opin. 72: 343-9, Mr. '22. — Theatre 35: 81, 105, 
F. '22. 
Up in the clouds, musical comedy by W. B. Johnstone 
and T. Johnstone. 
Criticism. R. C. Benchley. Life 79: 18(J), F. 2, '22. 
Production at Lyric theatre, N. Y. city. Dram. Mir. 
95: 17(i). Ja. 7, '22. 
Varying shore, The, play by Zoe Akins. 

Production at Hudson theatre, N. Y. city. il. Theatre 
.35: 75, 97, F. '22. 
Voice from the minaret, The, play by R. Hichens. 
Criticism. R. C. Benchley. Life 79: 18, F. 16, '22. 
Wandering Jew, The, play by E. T. Thurston. 

Prduction at Knickerbocker theatre, N. Y. city. il. 

Theatre 35: 7, 30-31, Ja. '22. 
Review. K. Andrews. Bookman 54: 466(|), Ja. '22. 
Welcome stranger, play by A. Hoffman. 

Production at the Lyric theatre, London. Nation 
(Lond.) 30: 806-7, F. 25. '22. 
Wife with a smile. The, play by D. Amiel and A. 
Obey. 
Review. K. Andrews, il. Bookman 54: 572- 
F. '22. 
Will Shakespeare, play by Clemence Dane. 

Description. C. Mills, il. Theatre 35: 158-61, It 
Mr. '22. 
Wilson, Gladys, actress. 

Portrait. Dram. Mir. 95: 69, Mr. '22. 
Wyse, Aileen (Mrs. R. Dance), actress. 

"Mrs. Hillcrist" and the press agent, por. 
Drama 12: 122, 137, Ja. '22. 




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GRATIA A. COUNTRYMAN 

(librarian public library, MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.) 



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MAY-AUaUST, 1922 



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OUR FRONTISPIECE 

In this issue we are very glad to give a 
portrait of Miss Gratia A. Countryman of 
Minneapolis. On her graduation from the 
University of Minnesota in 1889 she en- 
tered the service of the Minneapolis Public 
Library, when Dr. Herbert Putnam was 
librarian, and she gradually rose until in 
1908 she was chosen its chief, on the retire- 
ment of Dr. Hosmer. Under her fine 
executive guidance the library has increased 
in influence and usefulness, until its col- 
lection of books, and its work for the citi- 
zens of the city are known throughout the 
Northwest. Miss Countryman joined the 
American Library Association in 1898 and 
has served as vice-president in 1908 and 
1914. She is at present a member of the 
executive board. She is very active in the 
civic and women's club work of her city, 
and is now planning a new public library 
and art building soon to be erected. 

INTERNATIONAL LAW 

The Select List of References on Public 
International Law for College Students, 
which we have been printing during the 
past year, will be concluded in our next 
issue. We were obliged to omit it from 
this number. 

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF SOCIAL SCIENCES 

The National Institute of Social Sciences 
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MAGAZINE NOTES 

American Journal of International Law, having sur- 
vived that period when there seemed to be no such 
thing as international law, has doubled up vol. 14, 
nos. 1 and 2, and also doubled up the supplement 
numbers of same dates (Jan.-April, 1920). Be- 
ginning with July, 1920 (vol. 14, no. 3) the "Supple- 
ment" after thirteen years' existance as a separate 
becomes a part of the Journal, though still separately 



Candy and Ice-cream is lower. We can all in- 
dulge now! From $3.00 to $1.00 is a good saving — 
provided, of course you really want candy and ice- 
cream. 

Collector's Digest (monthly) for March, 1922, is 
"vol. 4, no. 3, whole number 6." Problem — 
how many numbers were in vol. 1, vol. 2, vol. 3? 
We asked the publisher, but he hasn't been able 
to figure it out yet for us. Will not some owner of 
a "set" relieve our suspense? 

Hearst's International (Hearst's Magazine, World 
To-day, Current Encyclopedia to give its pedigree 
or descent) has with June, 1922, adopted the 11^ x 
8J/^ "standard size" now becoming so common. 
The change came with vol. 41, no. 6, — the middle 
of a volume, but it isn't worth binding or indexing, 
so what does it matter! — the King of France we 
believe set the style with his army of marching up 
the hill and then down again. The periodicals all 
went up from octavo to folio, and now down they 
come again, part way at least. 

Illustrated Canadian Forestry Magazine (formerly 
Canadian Forestry Journal) changed from 10 x 7 
inch size, vol. 17, no. 5, May, 1920, to 12 x 9 inches 
in August, 1920 (vol. 17, no. 6). 

Industrial Education Magazine is the new name of 
our old friend Manual Training. Vol. 24, no. 1, 
July, 1922, is the initial number; 12 x 9 inches is 
the size, where it was formerly 10 x 6%. "Some 
goes up and some goes down" as Br'er Rabbit re- 
marked after his "fishing" trip in the well. 
" Industrial Management {formerly Engineering Maga- 
zine) in October, 1920, with vol. 60, no. 4, began 
a double issue, section one the regular, and section 
two "Illustrated Section." With January, 1921, 
the "section idea" developed into a "regular" num- 
ber, January 1st (vol. 61, no. 1), and a "Pictorial 
Edition," January 15th (vol. 61, no. 2), each paged 
separately. May 15th was the final mid-month or 
pictorial number, and with October, 1921, its place 
was taken by a separate periodical called Industry 
Illustrated. 

Journal of the Illinois Historical Society runs 
something like the proverbial cold molasses. July, 
1920, arrived in February, 1922; October, 1920, was 
published in April, 1922; and January, 1921, came 
along in July last. History is slow in the making. 

Leslie's Weekly tried a reducer, and like many 
another seeker after a more "compact" form, died 
under treatment. Funeral was June 24, 1922. Judge 
is the residuary legatee, and is filling Leslie's place 
as well as an humorous judge could be expected to 
do. Who is now the oldest living weekly illustrated? 
Saturday EveningPost is barred from the competition. 
Literary Review of the New York Evening Post 
is rapidly gaining in favor among librarians, and 
is ably edited. But a circular giving librarians' com- 
mendations was sent out, in which some new library 
chiefs were created. We find there letters signed 



W. Samson Johnston of St. Paul, F. K. Walton of 
University of Michigan, Harrison W. Gravers of 
New York City. 

Metropolitan Magazine, "the livest fiction maga- 
zine in America," started volume 55, Feb. 1922, in 
the big folio 14-inch size, which it has been pleased t< 
use since 1911, then, without warning, vol. 55, no. 2j 
for March, appeared 11^ x 8^ inches, 2^ inchc 
narrower, and 23^ inches shorter, but with 11^ 
pages in place of 68, which February carried. li 
certainly is poor business these days for a book- 
binder to attempt a grouping of periodicals by theil 
sizes, each one would belong to several groups. W^ 
might as well try to remember which magazim 
are indexed this month in "Readers' Guide," am 
which in "International Index," as to guess the present 
size of a popular periodical. 

Motion- Picture Classic says February to August, 
1922, should be called vol. 13, no. 6, vol. 9, nos. 1, 2, 
3, vol. 10, no. 4, vol. 14, no. 5, vol. 9, no. 6 respec- 
tively. Gurious phenomenona those! Its brother, 
Motion- Picture Magazine, calls July, 1922, vol. 23, 
no. 6, and August vol. 24, no. 7! "Scrambled dates" 
expresses this peculiar movie condition very well 
we think. 

Motor Age has decided to receive no subscriptions 
except from those engaged in the automotive busi- 
ness, and will cancel all library subscriptions on 
expiration. The reason given for this drastic course 
is that some outsider might read a number, and so 
fool the advertisers, who have been guaranteed that 
the periodical goes only to the trade. Why then 
is it on sale on newsstands? Be consistent, brother! 
Your brakes need relining. 

National Marine. There's an old saying, "Tell 
it to the marines," so we will. Recently we wanted 
an index to vol. 17 (1921), and when it came there 
was absolutely no clue anywhere on it to show that 
it was National Marine any more than English Horse 
Guards. 

National School Digest had one bright idea to 
insure its index from loss. They print it as a part 
of the first issue of the next volume, printed on the 
backs of two pages regularly paged as part of the 
second volume. Problem — separate the index from 
the following volume, without having to reprint 
or rewrite two whole pages. 

The Organiser of London in September, 1920, 
was a fine large magazine, 123^ x S%, when vol. 17, 
no. 3, was issued, but look at October, 1920, new 
series, vol. 1, no. 1 — you will need your glasses 
to find it, — 8^ X 5fi inches. This notice is rather 
belated, but we put it in just to show that American 
publishers do not have a monopoly on size-changes. 
Overland Monthly omitted July, 1921, vol. 78, no. 1. 
Reason "labor troubles, and to get up-to-date." It 
sure is right up to the minute to skip an issue now 
and then. 

Here is the way some magazines assume that they 
are giving us "entire satisfaction." 

Physical Culture failed to book a subscription, 
and told our library that money had not been paid. 
We wrote the magazine giving date on which we 
paid it. We, at their request, told them our check 
had came back through the bank, showing they had 
received our money and the order. Then they asked 
to see the canceled check, and having gazed upon 
it, sent it back to us. "On receipt of your check 
we have finally [satisfied accent 'thank goodness 



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that bother is over'] located subscription to Physical 
Culture for Omaha, which was overlooked, due to 
a careless error on the part of one of our clerks [why 
wish it on the clerks, the firm is responsible?] and the 
order had gone to file without being attended to 
[why not in such cases casually look in the file before 
making us write the third letter, and then spend 
time to dig out a canceled check?] However, ['what 
a bother some people do make us'] we are adjusting 
the matter to your entire satisfaction [italics ours] 
and entering the subscription for one year, beginning 
with current (July) issue, which is being mailed and 
no doubt [calm assurance and confidence in all things 
human, including their clerks and the post-office] 
will arrive promptly. Regretting the inconvenience 
and delay you have experienced and assuring you 
will have no further cause for complaint, etc." 

Meantime our customer has failed to get numbers 
from November, 1920, to June, 1921, but, on the 
drug clerk plan, will receive others "just as good," 
and be "entirely satisfied(?)." 

The Playground has been enlarged, so we can all 
have room to play. Vol. 15 ended the small octavo 
form; vol. 16, no. 1, April, 1922, is 8 x 11 inches. 

Print Connoisseur ought to know better than 
"page in" loose pictures. Its bad enough to leave 
them unattached to battle with a grim, cold, world, 
but to saddle them with page numbers is enough to 
discourage them from ever trying to get back into 
place. In vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 185-6, 187-8, 191-2, 
195-6 are all loose portraits, and no clue on the 
picture to show what periodical it belongs to. 

Scientific American (weekly), our old-time friend, 
grown hoary with age, but still vigorous, ceased 
with the issue of October 15, 1921, and in its place 
we have a new Scientific American, monthly, (vol. 
125A, no. 17, November, 1921). This is the same 
size as our old weekly friend, but with more pages. 
Vol. 126 is complete in six numbers, January to 
June, 1922. The Scientific American Monthly, born 
from Scientific American Supplement and the prin- 
ters' strike of 1919 (mismated parents) is also dead 
with vol. 4, no. 4, October, 1921, having been merged 
into the new Scientific American. 

In other words to put it the way the publishers 
do, the monthly merged in the weekly, ajid the 
weekly became a monthly — that makes it very 
clear. 

Survey, vol. 48, no. 7, May 20, 1922, is followed 
without break by vol. 48, no. 9, May 27, 1922. Please 

I don't ask us for no. 8. 

j Theatre Magazine, N. Y., had a lapse of some- 

I thing last year, when July was vol. 34, no. 244; 

i August was called vol. 35, no. 245; September, vol. 

j 36, no. 246. Easy isn't it, when once you start the 
idea? 

NEW BOOKS BY LIBRARIANS 

Locke, Gladys E. The red cavalier or The twin 

turrets mystery. Those who like a good mystery 

i story will get full measure in Miss Locke's book 

recently published. As a novelist she ought to 

make her mark. 

Boston, The Page Company, 1922. 372 pages. $1.90. 
Barr, John, chief librarian of the City of Auck- 
land, N. Z., has written a history of his city covering 
1 11840-1920. 



Blanchard, Grace. The island cure. A 
bright little book, embodying glimpses of certain 
well-known island resorts on the New England coast, 
with a love story lightly stringing the islands to- 
gether. A joyous "fairy story,' for everything 
comes out just as we hoped it would. We recom- 
mend the volume to vacationists, and those who 
kept at home by duties long for a breath of the sea. 

Boston, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Co. 186 pages, illustrated. 
$1.50. 

Steiner, Bernard C. Life of Roger Brooke 
Taney. Chief Justice Taney was an important 
figure in United States history, and until now no 
complete life has been available Dr. Steiner's book 
brings out many interesting points in Taney's career; 
his early legal practice at the Frederick bar for nearly 
twenty-five years, his great success as an attorney 
after his removal to Baltimore. He was attorney- 
general and Secretary of the Treasury, and had a 
large part in the financial policy of President Jackson. 
No such exhaustive study of the Dred Scott Case 
has hitherto been made, as will be found in this 
volume. 

Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins Co. 553 pages. Cloth. $6.00 
net. 

HORTON, Marion, Viewpoints in essays. An 
arrangement of books according to their essential 
interest. Miss Horton has added, in this the third 
volume of the Viewpoints series, a very useful list of 
essays, annotated and grouped according to their 
subjects. All the books mentioned are "in print." 

Chicago. The A. L. A. 67 pages. Paper, 60c. 

Graded List of Books for Children. 
Prepared by the Elementary School Library Com- 
mittee of the N. E. A. A list of some thousand or 
more titles, annotated and compiled with the idea 
of providing a buying guide for the first nine grades. 
The needs of both teacher and librarian are kept in 
mind. The books included are for general and home 
reading, no text-books being admitted. 

Chicago, The A. L. A. 235 pages. $1.25. 

DORRANCE, Frances. English translation of 
Soraner's "Manualof Plant Diseases," vol. 1 (non- 
parasitic diseases). We are including a notice of 
this translation here, because it seems a work com- 
parable in many ways to compilations and other 
such valuable work that librarians are finding time 
to carry on. Many will be glad to know this English 
version of an important work is now available. 

Frances Dorrance, Dorranceton via Kingston, Pa. 10 parts 
and index. 924 pages. 208 illustrations in text. $8.50. 

From the H. W. Wilson Co. we have received the 
following: 

Oglebay, Kate. Plays for children, a selected 
list. Revised edition. A revised list, with about 
one-third of the titles new. Classified under Refer- 
ence books, Costume and scenery. Story-telling, 
Readings and recitations, Plays for Christmas and 
other holidays. 

New YorK. 1922. H. W. WUson Co. 21 pages. Paper, 50c. 

Wilson, Martha. School library management. 
Third edition revised. The book consists of three 
parts: Library in the school, Organization, and Ad- 
ministration. 

New York. H. W. Wilson Co. 1922. 150 pages. 12 mo. 
Paper, 85c. 



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SCHROEDER, THEODORE. Free speech bibli- 
ography. "This bibliography includes every dis- 
covered attitude toward the problem covering every 
method of transmitting ideas and of abridging their 
promulgation upon every subject-matter." The 
above description quoted from the author gives a 
good idea of what this work covers. 

New York. H. W. WUson Co. 1922. 247 pages. Cloth. 



Fellows, Dorcas. Cataloging rules with ei^ 
planations and illustrations. Second edition, revise^' 
and enlarged. Primarily a text-book for class use 
in library schools, the needs of those who must work 
out their problems alone have been constantly kept 
in mind. A feature of the work is the photographic 
reproduction of over three hundred sample cards. 

New York. H. W. Wilson Co. 1922. 303 pages. Cloth, $4.00. 



DEPARTMENT OF APPLIED LIBRARY ECONOMY 

Local War Records in the Public Library of Cincinnati 

By Mary J. Hirst 



Writing the story of the part his corn- 
munity played in the war will be the privi- 
lege of some citizen of each and every city 
of our country. In order that the future 
historian of Cincinnati and Hamilton County 
may not find his task too difficult, the Pub- 
lic Library of Cincinnati has gathered not 
only books and pamphlets for its local war 
collection but has tried also to put together 
in usable form the raw source material. 
This material consists of clippings from 
papers and magazines, a list on cards of the 
men and women in the service from Cincin- 
nati and Hamilton County, and the records 
of the men who gave their lives. 

The collection began with clippings from 
the newspapers concerning the local regi- 
ment of the national guard and also individ- 
ual men. When the draft came, the items 
were kept each day and the draft lists 
indexed. As the war went on, pictures and 
accounts of local men were published in 
business and fraternal papers, too, and these 
were procured as far as possible. With the 
home-coming of the men the amount of 
material became formidable and the sorting 
of it was necessary. Cincinnati furnished 
many men for the 37th, 42d, and 83d di- 
visions and equipped a base hospital, so the 
clippings concerning these organizations 
grouped themselves easily. Liberty loan 
material and the draft formed individual 
scrapbooks, while miscellaneous activities 
of the city formed a book by themselves. 
There are also three general scrapbooks 
concerning men in divisions other than 
those mentioned above. The clippings were 
mounted on a thin but tough manila paper 
and bound in twelve volumes. Each bound 
volume is indexed. 

After the armistice many requests were 
received for the number and names of men 
furnished by Cincinnati in all branches of 
the service. It was impossible to obtain 
this information anywhere, so the Library 
decided to compile such a list if possible. 
The list was begun in May, 1919. It is 
on cards and the names were obtained at 



first by sending the cards to all the schools 
in Hamilton County. The children were 
asked to get the records of men in their 
immediate neighborhood, and bring in the 
cards as part of the Memorial Day exercises 
in their respective rooms. In this way a 
beginning was made. Later, records were 
obtained at an American Legion circus and 
at the War Exposition, where the Library 
had a booth, and also from former service 
men who came to the Library. We were 
fortunate also in getting copies of the dis- 
charge lists from Camp Sherman. These, 
however, gave only the name and address 
of the soldier. The card list contains 
about twenty thousand names. It is not 
yet entirely complete, of course, but it 
has been used enough to justify the effort 
expended upon it. The local Army recruiting 
office used it as a mailing list when the 
government was trying to persuade the men 
to apply for their Victory medals. Many 
men visiting the city have been able to locate 
buddies they knew lived in Cincinnati. 
The Red Cross has found it useful in locating 
and identifying. It has even been called into 
service in straightening out a divorce tangle. 

The gathering of the records of the gold 
star men has been a difficult task. The 
names were first listed as they appeared 
in the newspapers and later the government 
searched for men having a Cincinnati 
address. The burial permits in the Health 
Office gave us the names of a number of 
men who died in camps in this country 
and whose names were not in the Official 
Bulletin. Special blanks were sent to the 
next-of-kin of all these men to be filled 
out and returned to us. Many responded 
promptly. The blanks as filled in by the 
families are mounted in large scrapbooks 
with the photograph of the soldier, sailor, 
or marine on the page opposite the record. 
By means of this record we were able to 
give to the American Legion for Memorial 
Day this year the section and lot number of 
th e grave of each gold star man buried in 
Hamilton County. 






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ABBEY'S ILLUSTRATIONS OF SHAKESPEARE'S COMEDIES 

By Annette P. Ward, Alma College Library 

Alma, Michigan 

May, 1922 

In Harper's Magazine, vols. 80 through 91, December, 1889, to August, 1895, appeared 
a series of essays on the Comedies of Shakespeare, by Andrew Lang. These were illustrated 
by Edwin A. Abbey. Abbey's work as an illustrator has been so universally admired, both 
for execution and intelligent interpretation of the text, that his series of pictures in Harper's 
Magazine are much sought for reference use. The following index to them is printed with 
the thought that it will aid in finding desired illustrations, as a file of Harper's Magazine is 
always available in practically every American library. — [Ed, 



J^ 



All's well that ends w.ell. — v. 85, no. 506. July, 1892, 
pp. 213-227. 
Presentation of Helena to the King. 
King. "Know' St thou not, Bertram" — Act 2, Sc. 3. 
Helena. "Pardon, Madam;. . ." — Act 1, Sc. 3. 
King. "Farewell, young lords. . ." — Act 2, Sc. 1. 
Parolles. "France is a dog-hole." — Act 2, Sc. 3. 
Clown. "I will show. . ." — Act 2, Sc. 2. 
Entrance of Florentine Army. — Act 3, Sc. 5. 
Parolles. "O, ransom, ransom. . ." — Act 4, Sc. 1. 
Clown. "Foh! prithee, stand away." — Act 5, Sc. 2. 
As you like it. — v. 82, no. 487, Dec. 1890, pp. 3-16. 
In the forest — Act 2, Sc. 4. 
Oliver. "Wilt thou lay hands on me, villain?" — 

Act 1, Sc. 1. 
Rosalind. "He calls us back; My pride ..." — Act 1, 

Sc. 2. 
Duke Frederick. "Mistress, despatch you..." — 
Act 1, Sc. 3. 

Audrey. "It is ten o'clock; Thus we may see " 

— Act 2, Sc. 7 
Rosalind. "...Give me your hand, Orlando." — 

Act 4, Sc. 1. 
Orlando and Adam — Act 2, Sc. 6. 
Touchstone. "You do love this maid?" — Act 5, 

Sc. 1. 
Jacques. 
Comedy of errors. -- v. 82, no. 490, March, 1891, 
pp. 550-563. 
Antipholus of Syracuse, frontispiece. 
Antipholus of Syracuse. "Go, bear it to the Centaur." 

Act 1, Sc. 1. 
Dromio of Ephesus. "What mean you, sir?" — Act 1, 

Sc. 2. 
Dromio of Ephesus. "Why, mistress, sure my master 
is horn-mad." — Act 2, Sc. 1. 
,., Adriana. "Ay, ay, Antipholus, look strange, and 
V frown." — Act 2, Sc. 2. 

^BDromio of Ephesus. "Let my master in. Luce." 
K Act 3, Sc. 1. 

K Adriana. "O, bind him, bind him! ..." — Act 4, Sc. 4. 
flp Dromio of Ephesus. "Methinks, you are my glass, 
™ ..." — Act5, Sc. 1. 
Love's labor's lost. — v. 86, no. 516, May, 1893, 
pp. 898-913. 
The King's Quandary — Act 1, Sc. 1. 
Jacquenetta. 
Costard. 

Welcome to the Princess — Act 2, Sc. 1. 
Biron and the King — Act 4, Sc. 3. 
Armado and Moth — Act 3, Sc. 1. 
Dull, Sir Nathaniel, Holofernes. 
Boyet. 
Before the Princess's Pavillion — Act 5, 



Measure for measure. 

pp. 62-77. 



Sc. 2. 
84, no. 499, Dec. 1891, 



Lucio and Claudio — Act 1, Sc. 2. 
Angelo and Isabella — Act. 2, Sc. 4. 
Friar Thomas and t^p Duke — Act 1, Sc. 3. 
Isabella at the Nunnery — Act 1, Sc. 4. 
Marian and Boy Singing — Act 3, Sc. 1. 
Provost with Ragozine's Head — Act 4, Sc. 3. 
Claudio and Isabella — Act 3, Sc 1. 
Isabella and the Duke — Act 5, Sc. 1. 



The merchant of Venice. — v. 80, no. 479, April, 1890, 

pp. 655-668. 
Shylock. "And for these courtesies, I'll. . . " — Act 1, 

Sc. 3. 
Exeunt Salarino antl Salanio — Act 1, Sc. 1. 
Portia. "Be my troth, Nerissa, my little..." — 

Act 1, Sc. 2. 
Portia. "Away, then: I am lock'd in one..." — 

Act 3, Sc. 2. 
Launcelot. "Turn up on your right hand..." — 

Act 2, Sc. 2. 
Gratiano, "My eyes, my lord, can look. . ." — Act 3, 

Sc. 2. 
Bassanio. "A gentle scroll; — Fair lady..." — 

Act 3, Scene 2. 
Jessica. "Nay, but ask my opinion too of that.' 

Act 3, Sc. 5. 
Portia. "It droppeth, as the gentle rain fromheaven." 

— Act 4, Trial Scene. 
Merry wives of Windsor. — v. 80, no. 475, Dec. 1889, 

pp. 3-18. 
FalstafT. "Bardolph, follow him; ..." — Act 1, Sc. 3. 
Enter Mistress Anne Page with Wine — Act 1, Sc. 1. 
Mistress Quickly. "Have not your worship...?" — 

Act 1, Sc. 4. 
Slender. "Why do your dogs bark so?" — Act 1, Sc. 1. 
Mistress Ford. "Why, this is the very same." — 

Act 2, Sc. 1. 
Mistress Quickly. "Marry, this is the short. . ." — 

Act 2, Sc. 2. 
Falstaff. "O, Sir." 

Ford. "Believe it, for you know it. . . " — Act 2, Sc. 2. 
Simple. "Yonder he is coming, this way ..." — Act 3 

Sc. 1. 
Fenton, "And tells me, 'tis a thing ..." — Act 3, Sc. 4 
Evans. "Come hither, William; . . . " — Act 4, Sc. 1.. 
Ford. "Han§ her, witch!" — Act 4, Sc. 2. 
Midsummer night's dream. — v. 91, no. 543, August, 

1895, pp. 327-338. 
Hermia in the wood. 
Oberon. 
Titania. 

Enter Theseus. — Act 1, Sc. 1. 
In Quince's Shop. 

Helena Pursues Demetrius — Act 2, Sc. 3. 
The Transformation of Bottom — Act 3, Sc. 1. 
Bottom and Titania. 

The re-entrance of the Players. — Act 5, Sc. 1. 
Much ado about nothing. — v. 83, no. 496, Sept. 

1891. pp. 489-502. 
Beatrice. "Kill Claudio." — Act 4, Sc. 1. 
Don John. "Only to Despite. . . " — Act 2, Sc. 2. 
Benedick. "What my dear Lady Disdain!.,." — 

Act 1. Sc. 1. 
Balthazar sings; "Sigh no more, Ladies. . ." — Act 2, 

Sc. 3. 
Don Pedro. "Will you have me, lady?" — Act 2, Sc. 1. 
Ursula. "She's lim'd ... " 
Hero. "If it prove so, ... " — Act 3, Sc. 1. 
Beatrice. "Against my will ..." — Act 2, Sc. 3. 
Dogberry. "Dost thou not suspect..." — Act 4. 

Sc. 2. 
Claudio (reads from a scroll) "Done to death " 

Act 5, Sc. 3. 



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Taming of the shrew. — v. 90, no. 535, Dec. 1894, 
pp. 89-102. 

Petruchio — Act 1, Sc. 2. 

Christopher Sly — Induction. 

Katharina — Act 1, Sc. 1. 

Baptista Protests — Act 1, Sc. 1. 

Bianca and Lucentio — Act 3, Sc. 1. 

Petruchio, Banters, Katharina — Act 2, Sc. 1. 

Petruchio Bears Off His Bride — Act 3, Sc. 2. 

Pardon for Lucentio and Bianca — Act 5, Sc. 1. 

Petruchio Overturns the Trencher — Act 4, Sc. 1. 
The tempest. — v. 84, no. 503, April 1892, pp. 653-668. 

Prospero and Ariel — Act 5, Sc. 1. 

Ferdinand — Act 1, Sc. 2. 

The Shipwreck — Act 1. 

Ferdinand Meets Miranda — Act 3, Sc. 1. 

Trinculo and Caliban — Act 2, Sc. 2. 

Caliban, Stefano, and Trinculo — Act 3, Sc. 2. 

The Banquet — Act 3, Sc. 3. 

The Spell — Act 5, Sc. 1. 

Miranda and Ferdinand — Act 5, Sc. 1. 
Twelfth night. — v. 86, no. 513. Feb. 1893, pp. 327- 
338. 

Malrolio in the Dungeon, frontispiece. 

The Duke — Act 1, Sc. 1. 

Olivia and Viola, — Act 1, Sc. 5. 

Maria, Sir Andrew, and Sir Toby — Act 1, Sc. 3. 



Twelfth night. — Continued. 

The Clown and Malvolio — Act 1, Sc. 5. 

Sir Toby and his Companions — Act 2, Sc. 3. 

"Come away, come away, Death" — Act 2, Sc. 4. 

Malvolio Finds the Letter — Act 2, Sc. 5. 

Olivia and Malvolio — Act 3, Sc. 4. 
Two gentlemen of Verona. — v. 88, no. 523. Dec. 

1893, pp. 134-147. 

The Torn Letter — Act 1, Sc. 2. 

Proteus and his Father — Act 1, Sc. 3. 

Proteus and the Duke — Act 3. Sc. 1. 

Launce and his Dog. 

Silvia and Valentine — Act 2. Sc. 1. 

The Duke Expels Valentine — Act 3, Sc. 1. 

Proteus Meets Silvia — Act 2, Sc. 4. 

The Court of the Palace — Act 4, Sc. 2, 

Valentine Rescues Silvia — Act 5, Sc. 4. 
Winter's tale.— v. 88, no. 527, April, 1894, pp. 710-720. 

Hormione, frontispiece. 

The Imprisonment of the Queen — Act 2, Sc. 1. 

Hermione Entreats Polixenes — Act 1, Sc. 2. 

Enter Time, as Chorus. 

The Oracle Defied — Act 3, Sc. 2. 

Perdita Discovered — Act 3, Sc. 3. 

Autolycus. 

Perdita's Foster-Relatives — Act 4, Sc. 2. 

Polixenes and Perdita — Act 4, Sc. 3. 



RECENT BOOKS OF THE DRAMA: A READING LIST 

Compiled by Beatrice Goldsmith, Williamsburgh Branch, Brooklyn Public Library 



This list merely suggests some of the interesting 
and informing books about the drama, published with- 
in the last three years. The titles have been selected 
with a view to stimulating an intelligent appreciation 
of the many phases of modern dramatic and theatrical 
production, and while it does not aim to be inclusive 
or adequate, the list will afford the reader a working 
knowledge of the theatre craft of to-day as well as 
infinite enjoyment. 

PLAY PRODUCTION AND THE ONE-ACT PLAY 

Stratton, Clarence. 

Producing in little theatres. Illus. Holt & Co. 
1921. 

An excellent discussion of the practical problems confronting 
the amateur and repertory producer. Though not at all in text 
book form, it would be a helpful handbook for all dramatic 
associations. Gives specimen programs of varied types, and has 
a good chapter on educational dramatics written in an interesting 
and readable style. 

The author has added a list of one hundred long and one 
hundred one-act plays suitable for production in little theatres. 
This list is annoted, giving type of play, stage requirements, and 
whether desirable for beginners or experienced actors. 
Ferris, Helen. 

Producing amateur entertainments. Dutton. cl921. 

Programs and directions for "stimts " and short numbers for 
varied kinds of entertainment. A useful list is added which 
gives sources of help and information for the amateur, including 
organizations, publishing houses and a bibliography of books 
essential to the inexperienced dramatic producer. 
Cohen, Helen, ed. 

One-act plays by modern authors. Harcourt, Brace 
& Co. 1921. 

Sixteen plays by Galsworthy, Maeterlinck, Milne, Lady Greg- 
ory. Dunsany, Tarkington, and others. A well chosen collection 
mcludmg brief prefatory notes, both critical and biographical to 
each play. The editor has written an excellent introduction 
that well summarizes the newer tendencies in the theatre. 

Shay, Frank and Loving, Pierre. 

Fifty contemporary one-act plays. Stewart and Kidd 
Co. cl920. 
. Selected with the viewpoint of "a playhouse perfectly equipped, 

infinitely adaptable managed by Arthur Hopkins. George 

Cram Cooke, Granville Barker the seats filled with the 

usual gallery haunters of New York theatres, and the play-reading 
committee to consist of Ludwig Lewisohn, Barrett Clark 



George Nathan and Francis Hackett. " The result is an interest- 
ing collection of short plays by writers of sixteen nationalities. 
Most of the fifty plays (the United States is represenetd by 
twenty-two) are not included in other anthologies. It is illumi- 
nating to read straight through the book to get orientated in the 
trend of the modern one-act play. A comprehensive, though 
unfortunately undated bibliography is included. 
O'Neill, Eugene. 

Moon of the Caribees, and six other plays of the sea. 
Boni and Liveright. 1919. 

Considered by some critics O'Neill's best work. He creates 
a picture in each play that is true to reality and makes an unfor- 
gettable impression. Like all of his plays too realistic to be 
"plesaant" but the stuff of real drama is in them and his treat- 
ment is masterly. 

Walker, Stuart. 

Portmanteau adaptations. Illus. Stewart Kidd Co. 
1921. 

The third volume of plays used by Mr. Walker's repertory com- 
pany which is one of the best and most permanent of the many 
little theatre organizations so characteristic of the theatre of 
to-day in the United States. These four plays, Gammer Gurton'a 
needle. Birthday of the Infanta, Sir David wears a crown, and 
Nellijumbo are fanciful and charming, full of the child's "Let's 
pretend.' Exlward Hale Bierstadt has written a short intro- 
duction to acquaint us with the method and achievement of the 
Portmanteau Theatre. 

TWO TYPES OP TWENTIETH CENTURY 
COMEDY 

Phelps, William Lyon. 

Essays on modern dramatists. Macmillan. 1921. 

Critical appreciations of Barrie, Galsworthy. Clyde Fitch, 
Maeterlinck and Rostand. Written with a friendly attitude of 
mind that delights those who are familiar with the plays of these 
writers, and sure to stimulate an interest and curiosity in the 
uninitiated. 

Davies, Hubert Henry. 

Plays. 2 V. introd. by Hugh Walpole. Chatto (Lon- 
don). 1921. 

A charming edition of eight of Davies 's best comedies, wortl 
reading for the sheer delight of the kindly humour that remind! 
of Jane Austen. I am tempted to call such plays as Cousin KateJ 
the Mollusk, and Captain Drews' Leave. English comedy or 
manners at its best. Walpole's short and sympathetic intrc 
duction makes us appreciate the lovable personality of Davies ai 
well as his work. T. H. Dickinson has said of him; "The authol 
of very few plays, he is the creator of solid comedy. He is that 
most unusual thing in the theatre, a writer of scholarly mind wl 
conceals resolute thinking under flexible artistry." 



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Shaw, George Bernard. 

Back to Methuselah. Brentano. 1921. 

"A history of biological theory from which Mr. Shaw develops 
what he regards as the sound scientific religion of the future, 
man's need to live indefinitely to fulfill the purpose of the life- 
force." In a brilliant introduction and five short plays Mr. 
Shaw proves his thesis that in spite of man's weaknesses and 
imbecilities, the human race can do what it will. 

LTRIC DRAMA OF SIX HUNDRED YEARS AGO 

Waley, Arthur. 

The No plays of Japan. Allen (London). 1921. 

These translations have caught the spirit of mysticism and 
much of the poetic beauty of the original. 

CRITICISM AND STAGECRAFT OF TO-DAY 

Lewisohn, Ludwig. 

Drama and the stage. Harcourt. Brace & Co. 1922. 

Critical studies of drama, acting and some modern play- 
wrights, of which Mr. Lewisohn 's articles in the Nation form a 
nucleus. These essays are penetrating and constructive, and 
are a distinct addition to his earlier book on the "Modern 
theatre." (Huebsch, 1915.) 

MacGowan, Kenneth. 

Theatre of to-morrow. Boni and Liveright, 1922. 
illus. 

An enthusiastic diiscussion of the new tendencies of the theatre 
of to-day and speculation for to-morrow. A critical and histori- 
cal analysis of modern stagecraft in Europe and the United States 
written with rare charm of thought and phrase. A book that 
is informing and above all inspiring. 
Joseph, Helen. 

Book of the marionette. Huebsch, cl920. 

A very complete description of the puppet show as developed 
in all countries throughout the ages. Written with the whimsical 
charm and lightness of the dolls themselves. The illustrations 
are chosen with admirable discrimination and taste. Bibliog- 
raphy complete though undated, appended. 
Hornblow, Arthur. 

History of the theatre in America from its beginnings 
to the present time. 2 v. illus. Lippincott, 1919. 

Extensive in scope and well carried out. Valuable in forming 
a background for the modern theatre. The book abounds in 
interesting anecdote of people of the stage. Well written, al- 
though somewhat too chronological in form. The author makes 
a plea for the non-commercial theatre, and the re-establishment 
of the stock company which will promote the true art of acting. 



Nathan, George Jean. 

Theatre, the drama, the girls. Knopf, 1921. 

Critical skits on all and sundry phases of dramatic and theat- 
rical art. Written with Nathan's usual clever and cynical ego- 
tism, often diverting and keen in perception, but tinged with 
vulgarity. 

Nathan, George Jean. 

Critic and the drama. Knopf. 1922. 

Six essays on drama and criticism as an art in itself. They 
are seriously written and redeem Nathan's earlier and flippant 
work. His analysis is keen and original, his thought a stim- 
ulating challenge to the cut and dried ideas of the average theatre 
goer. This book decidedly places the author among the young 
"intellectuals." 
Craig, Edward Gordon. 

Theatre advancing. Little, Brown & Co., 1919. 

Odds and ends of theory of one of the three great inspirers 
of the modern theatre who aims to make his work with the 
theatre something that endures. This book is mere jottings 
while Craig was travelling on the continent from 1910-1918. 
Interesting in that they reveal the writer's sensitive personality, 
his beliefs, aspirations and consummate artistry. 
Sayler, Oliver M. 

Russian theatre under the revolution. Little, Brown 
& Co. 1920. 

An account of Russian theatrical art as developed during 
the last twenty years in Petrograd and Moscow. Valuable for 
its wealth of information. Much of it is personal impressions 
gained during the winter of 1917-1918, distinctly human in 
appeal. A chapter on theories of the theatre goes far to ex- 
plain why Russia has so greatly influenced modem stage pro- 
duction in all countries. 

Jameson, Storm. 

Modern drama in Europe. Harcourt, Brace and 
Howe, 1920.' 

"An attempt to reconstruct the dramatic progress of the last 
half century amply fulfilled in this comprehensive and pene- 
trating study which traces the reactions of the drama from the 
inanities of the Victorian society plays through the naturalism 
and realism of Zola, Becque and Brieux to Ibsen, Strindberg 
and Chekhov, realists with a vision. Miss Jameson's judgments 
are original and based on wide reading and are sure to create 
diflierences of opinion in her readers. A book for the serious 
student and not apt to become popular. 

Hamilton, Clayton. 

Seen on the stage. Holt, 1920. 

Short essays about modem plays and playwrights of all coim- 
tries. Written to supplement his three earlier books on the 
theatre. 



PRINCIPAL CONTENTS OF THE LIBRARY PRESS 
APRIL— JUNE, 1922 

A glance at the titles of the principal articles appearing in the library periodicals from month to month 
will help the busy librarian to keep in touch with library progress. 

In some cases we elaborate the title slightly, to give a better understanding of the subject covered by the 



article. 



AMERICAN 



American Library Association Bulletin, May, 1922 
Detroit conference. Program, travel announcements, 
local information. 

Library Journal, April 1, 1922 

Bach, R: F. Art in the public library. 
Weitenkampf, F. What the library can do for the 

student. 
Compton, C: H. Missouri book week's success. 
Cleland, Ethel. Pictures in business. 
Tyler, Alice S. Western Reserve library school. 
Indiana's library week, April 23-28. 
The New York public library in 1921. 
Newberry library's typographical treasures. 

Library Journal, April 15, 1922 

Spaulding, F. B. South America and library pro- 



Andrews, C. W. The John Crerar library. 
Books on America in foreign languages. 
Donnelly, June R. Simmons College School of library 
science. 



Library Journal, May 1, 1922 

Some more children's librarians (with portraits). 
Drake, Jeannette M. The boys* and girls' library at 

Pasadena. 
The John Newbery medal. 
Gratiaa, Josephine. Roumanians in the United States 

and their relations to public libraries. 
Babson, R. W., and C. N. Stone. The organization of 

government statistics. 
Howe, Harriet E. Cagaloging rules. 

Library Journal, May 15, 1922 

Richardson, E. C. University library co-operation and 

business engineering. 
Green, C: R. An adventure in community service 

(The Jones library, Amherst, Mass.). 
Andrews, C. W. Functions of American library institute. 
Downey, Mary E. The Chautauqua school for Ubrarians. 
What to read on coal (list). 
Training for librarianship. 

Horton, Marion. Preparation for school librarianship. 
Naval libraries. 



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Vol. 11. No. 8 



Library Journal, June 1, 1922 

Root, A. S. The Detroit meeting of the American 

Library association. 
Ledbetter, Eleanor E. The Polish immigrant and the 

library. 
Wead, Eunice. The technique of library exhibits. 
The Detroit conference: Program. 

Library Journal, June 15, 1922 
Green. Carolyn P. Notes on some New Zealand 

libraries. , , ,„ 

Iver, Ivander M. Advanced study for the hbrary 

assistant. 
The A. L. A.'s record year. , ,., • , 

Wheelock, Mary E. Inferior bindings. The librarian s 

protest. — Melcher, F: G. The publisher's reply. 
Windsor, Grace E. Library week m Pittsburgh 

schools. , , , J. 

Ranck, S: H. Conferences on children s reading at 

Grand Rapids. 
The ethics of librarianship. 

Public Libraries, April, 1922 
Stevens, E: F. Library recruiting from the library 

school standpoint. 
Qrury, F. K. W. The library as a detective 

agency. 
Ward, G. O. Planning to make the public library 

known (cont.). 
George B. Meleney: Obituary. 
McCarthy, Marion A. The conservation of library 

books. 
Co-operation in Americanization. 

Public Libraries, May, 1922 

Sawyer, Ethel R. The librarian and the book. 
Anderson, F. and Rachel. How to get the workers to 

read. 
Henderson, Lucia T. Reading for efficiency. 
Simpson, Frances. The Katharine L. Sharp memo- 
rial. 

Public Libraries, June, 1922 
Leete, J: H. Our appeal as a profession? 
Baker, R. R. What is the educational or moral value 

for boys and girls in reading books about the American 

Indian? 
Wheelock, Mary E. A movement in the interest of 

more serviceable books. 
Detroit meeting of the American library association: 

Program. 

Special Libraries, January, 1922 
The metric system. 

Special Libraries, February, 1922 
McClelland, E. H. Trade catalogues in Carnegie 

library, Pittsburgh. 
Trade and class directories copyrighted in the U. S. (to 

be continued). 
Alexander, Mary L. An advertising library and its 

service. 

Special Libraries, March, 1922 

Wilhelm, D. Washington, the rendezvous of commerce 

and industry. 
Fiiedel, J. H. Influence of the business depression on 

business libraries. 
Weisiger, K. Library service for telephone system 

employees. 
Trade and class directories copyrighted in the United 

States (cont.). 

Special Libraries, April, 1922 

Gibbs, Laura R. A national service to the buying 

public (The Tel-U- Where Company). 
Van Dyne, Catherine. Insurance libraries. 
Business information services. 

Special Libraries, May, 1922 

Rankin, Rebecca B. Biography on zoning. 

Taylor, Dr. H: C. Broadening the field of the library 

worker. 
Amalgamated libraries. 

Barnes, A. S, L. Now comes the union library. 
Statistical libraries to the fore. 



Special Libraries, June, 1922 

Greer, Sarah. A library for research in government. 
Hepburn, W: M. Agricultural books of 1921. 
Webster, Caroline. Hospital libraries prove popular. 
Liebmann, Estelle L. A list of references on business 

budgets. 
Banning, P. W. Highly specialized reference files. 
News Notes of California Libraries, January, 1922 
Linn, Mrs. Frances B. The flowers of Shakespeare. 
Coulter, Edith M. Standardization of the library 

profession. 
Camper, Eltk L. Certification of librarians in other 

states. 
Vogelson, Helen E. Certification from the library 

assistant's point of view. 
Summary of county free library laws in the United States. 

Illinois Libraries, April, 1922 
McConnell, J. M. School and library co-operation as 

exemplified in Minnesota. 
Opinion of the Attorney-General on tax rates that have 

been voted. 
The Katharine L. Sharp memorial. 
Regional library conferences. 
Indiana library week — Suggestions. 
Library Occurrent, Public Library Commission of 

Indiana, Aptil, 1922 
Hazeltine, Alice I. I want a good book (good books for 

children). 
Scotten, Gretchen. What the teacher expects of the 

public library. 
Earl, Mrs. Elizabeth C. The trustee's opportunity in 

the community. 
Baker, Mrs. J. E. Library boards and committees. 
Library co-operation with the Reading circle board. 
Metz, Corinne A. Allen county library service. 
Boyd, Parmelia. Taking the library to the rural com- 
munity. 
Markland, Jessie. Qualifications of the librarian. 
Sexton, Jean L. Travel books for children. 
Hamilton, W: J. The local library — a center for his- 
torical material. 
Iowa Library Quarterly, January-February-March, 

1922 
O'Connor, Rose A. Library work in hospitals. 
Iowa Library Quarterly, April-May-June, 1922 
Brigham, J. The librarian, the library and city politics. 
Darling, Mrs. G: W. From the Iowa federation of 

women's clubs. 
Bray, Evelyn S. Grinnell's experience. 

Maine Library Bulletin, January, 1922 
Unique war memorial planned by a Maine man. 
Stevens, E: F. Contributions of college librarians tc 

general literature. 
Boyd, E. T. Is a trained librarian for high schools wortl 

while. 
Massachusetts Library Club Bulletin, March, IS 
Constitution of the Massachusetts library club, 

amended, and list of members. 
Massachusetts Library Club Bulletin, June, IJ 
North Scituate meeting. Announcements. 
Boston meeting. Proceedings. 
Edward Brinley Adams, 1871-1922. Obituary. 
Annual institute for librarians. Program. 
State reading certificates. 

N. E. A. meetings important to librarians. Program. 
Libraries in education. 
New England school library association. 
Population basis for library support. 
Books on radio (list) . 

Michigan Library Bulletin, January-February, 1\ 
M. L. A. meeting, Battle Creek. 
Wayne County library service. 
Sawyer, A. L. The penal fines fund, what it must an<| 

what it may be used for. 
Tigert, J: J. The function of the public library in 

democracy. 
Whitworth, G: G. Address at 50th anniversary celebr 

tion of the opening of the Grand Rapids public library^ 



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145 



lesota Department of Education, Library 
Notes and News, March, 1922 
:ConneII, J. M. School and library co-operation as 
cemplified in Minnesota, 
[twood, Mrs. C. L. The public library and the woman's 

club. 
Metz, Mrs. R. H. G. Library budget making, 
Minnesota library statistics. 
Minnesota Department of Education, Library 

Notes and News, June, 1922 
Lake Region library club. Report of meeting. 
Buell, Myra W. Extension work in St. Paul. 
Mrs. Helen J. McCaine, -1922. Appreciation. 
Cook, Lillian E. A rural school library survey. 
Hougham, Sarah. Training teacher-librarians. 
New Hampshire Public Libraries Bulletin. June. 

1922 
Clement, Caroline B. Plea for contributions to State 
meeting scholarship fund. 

New York Libraries, February, 1922 
Tolman, F. L. State library service. 
Shepard, May, and Margaret S. Williams. Library 
helps of importance published in the last five years 
(supplementary list). 
Failure of motion pictures. 
Gifts and bequests of $100 or more each made to New 

York libraries in 1921. 
Library conditions in greater New York (correspondence) . 

New York Libraries, May, 1922 
Outlines and suggestions for library institutes, 1922 
Minimum income needed for proper library service. 
Hall, Anna G. Leading items in judging a library's work 

and standing. 
Exploiting the public library. 

Browning, E. W. Salesmanship in library work, 
Tolman, F. L. State library service. 
Reaching rural readers. 
Giving a full service to the schools. 
Vought, Sabra W. Arrangements and devices for 

labor-saving. 
Blackall, Elizabeth W. Analytic entries in card catalog 
of small library. 



Fines for lost, abused, or overdue books. 

Criesey. Jane H. Mending books. 

Recent books of interest to libraries — nonfiction (list) . 

Wynkoop, A. A question ^s to the Carnegie contracts 

Twenty years of library progress. 

Ontario Library Review, February, 1922 

Langford, H. D. The psychology of literature. 
Waller, Rev. C. C. The general public and the modern 
catalogue. 

Ontario Library Review, May, 1922 

Paine, P. M. Let the other side be heard. 

The meeting of the O. L. A. 

Public archives of Canada. 

Paine, P. M. Libraries and country people. 

South Dakota Library Bulletin, March, 1922 

The rush hour in the public library. 
Coulter. Dr. V. C. Modern literature and the schools. 
Thatcher, Lucy. The function of a normal school library. 
Warner, Frances. The problems of a small college library. 
Haft, Delia M. Lessons in the use of the library. 

Wisconsin Library Bulletin, March, 1922 

Reely, Mary K. O. Henry vs. Scott. 
Davis, Winifred L. Maps new and old. 

Wisconsin Library Bulletin, April, 1922 

Milam, C. H. The educational service of the library. 
Davis, Winifred L. Guidebooks and informal travel 

material. 
Furbish, Dorothy R. Trees (books and stories dealing 

with trees) (list). 
Furbish, Dorothy R. Detroit, the host of the A. L. A. 

Wisconsin Library Bulletin, May, 1922 

Stockett, Julia C. Hospital library work. 
Davis, Mrs. Winifred L. Some geographic resources. 
Hendry, D. Radio communication. A selection of 
books suitable for general libraries (list). 

Wisconsin Library Bulletin, June, 1922 
Bishop, W: W. Fashions in books. 
Furbish, Dorothy R., and Elsie E. JoUiflfe. Administra- 
tion of a library bulletin boeu-d. 



PRINCIPAL CONTENTS OF ENGLISH LIBRARY PERIODICALS 



Library Association Record, December, 1921 

Best, Maud S. Women and librarianship. 

Guppy, H: Special lectures for library assistants and 
others (cont.) 

Turner, F. Story of a great bequest: Layton collection 
at Brentford public library. 
Library Association Record, January, 1922 

The education of the assistant. 

Guppy, H: Special lectures on cataloguing and classi- 
fication (cont.). 

Alexander, Mary. School libraries: their history, organ- 
ization and management. 

Forsyth, J: The Provincial library, Victoria, B. C. il. 
Library Association Record, February, 1922 

Ballinger, J:. Report on the summer school at Aberys- 
twyth. 1921 (to be cont.). 

Cant, Monica. A bibliography of English drama from 
1890 to 1920. 

Green, E: The teaching of English in England. 

The public library of Wanganui. N. Z. 

Library Association Record, March, 1922 

Green, E: Rural library provision and policy. 

Baker, E. A. Report on the University of London school 
of librarianship. 

Ballinger, J: Report on the summer school at Aberys- 
twyth, 1921 (cont.). 

Library Association Record, April, 1922 

Guppy. H: Special lectures on cataloguing and classi- 
fication (cont.) 

The League of nations and the libraries. 

Notes and queries on library law. 



Library Association Record, May, 1922 

Guppy. H : Special lectures on cataloguing and classifi- 
cation (cont.). 

Library Association Record, June, 1922 

Squire. C : The press and public libraries. 

Page, Muriel. A day with the children in a branch 

library. 
Lectures and lantern slides (to be cont.). 

The Library, March, 1922 

James, C. W. Notes on the manuscript library at 
Holkham. 

Duff, E. G. The early career of Edward Raban, after- 
ward first printer at Aberdeen. 

Wilson, Canon J. M. Worcester Cathedral library. 

Cox. E. Marion. The earliest editions of the "Rime" 
of Vittoria Colonna, Marchesa di Pescara. 

Millar, E. G. Dr. Johnson as a bibliographer. 

Cole, G: W. Blank leaves or alternative titles. 

The Library, June, 1922 

Jenkinson. H. Elizabethan handwritings. 

Smith. G. C. M. "The refusal of ye hand. A mock- 

heroical opem." (1723?) 
Plomer, H. R. Richard Pynson. glover and printer. 
Greg. W. W. Notes on old books. 

The Library World, March, 1922 

Book hunting in Oxford. 

The Library World, April, 1922 

Commercial intelligence and the five men of good will. 
The cinema and the library. 



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The Library World, May, 1922 

Bookplates for libraries. 

Lemaitre, H. French librarians and publicity methods. 

The Library World, June, 1922 
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The Librarian and Book World, February, 1922 
The improvement in American iuveniles. 
Headicar, B. M. Best books of the year (list) (cont.). 
The seventh annual exhibition of contemporary book 

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The Librarian and Book World, March, 1922 
A simple form of filing adapted for small and medium 

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Duncan, F. M. Best books of the year on zoology (list). 
Westminster Smith Street public library, il. 



The Librarian and Book World, April, 1922 

The new novel club. 

Faked issues. 

Florence (Italy) book fair. 

The Library Assistant, April, 1922 

Women as librarians and library assistants. 

The Carnegie U. K. trust. 

Bussey, F. T. Notes on replacements. 

The Library Assistant, May, 1922 

Salmon, Miss D. N. Assisting the reader. 
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The Library Assistant, June, 1922 

Library assistants' association, annual report, and list 
of members. 



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S. 1921. 6 d. per no. 
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Amendment, Washington, D. C. 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, 

Ag. 22, 1921. 
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1920. 
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Je. 1921, $1.00. 
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19, 1921. ^ 

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Bokkaido Imperial University. College of Agriculture. 
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Horse Power. New York, N. Y. fol., il., vol. 1, no. 1, 
I N. 1919. 
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Typoart Magazine. Northfield, Vt. irreg., 4to, il., 

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no. 6, Mr. 1922 (first no. issued). $1.00. 
Worcester's Home Bulletin. Worcester, Mass. w., fol., 

vol. 1, no. 1, S. 15, 1921. 
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II. Changed or Discontinued 

Adept, The. Crystal Bay. Minn. Combined with 
American Astrological Student, Marshall, Minn., to 
form American Astrological Student and Adept, with 
D. 1921. 

Advance Sheet, The. Bayonne, N. J. Discontinued with 
no. 12, 1920. 

Agriculteur Cevennes, L'. Merged in Le Gard Agricole, 
Ja. 1922. 

American Astrological Student. Marshall Bay, Minn. 
Combined with The Adept. Crystal Bay, Minn., to 
form American Astrological Student and Adept, 
with D. 1921. 

American Polish Chamber of Commerce and Industry, 
Journal. New York and Warsaw. Changed to 
Poland: Journal of the American Polish Chamber of 
Commerce and Industry, with vol. 3, no. 3, Mr. 1922. 

Association co-opirative du Syndicat Agricole du Gard, 
Bulletin: Merged in Le Gard Agricole, Ja. 1922. 

Better Business. Dublin. Changed to The Irish Econo- 
mist with vol. 7. no. 2. F. 1922. 

Browning's Magazine. New York, Discontinued with 
Ja. 1922. 

Civil Service Chronicle. New York. Discontinued with 
My. 21. 1920. 

Civil Service News. Chicago. Discontinued with O. 
23, 1919. 

Detroit Bridle, The. Detroit. Changed to The Bridle 
with no. 2, D. 1921. 

Dramatic Mirror. New York. Discontinued with vol. 
85. no. 2249, Ap. 1922. 

Engineering and Mining Journal. New York. Com- 
bined with Mining and Scientific Press, San Francisco, 
to form Engineering and Mining Journal-Press, with 
vol. 113, no. 13, Ap. 1, 1922. 



Engineers Club of St. Louis, Journal. St. Louis. Dis- 
continued with D. 1921. Succeeded by Associated] 
Engineering Societies of St. Louis, Journal. 

Football World, The. Columbus. O. Changed to] 
Athletic World with no. 5, Ja. 1922. 

France Paysanne, La. Paris. Discontinued with Ap. 
16, 1922. Merged in Le Petit Journal Agricole. 

Journal of Health and Sanitation. Chicago. Changed to \ 
Health and Sanitation with no. 9, S. 1921. 

Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery. Boston. Changed toj 
Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery with Ja. 1922. 

Journal of Philology, The. London. Discontinued with ' 
no. 70. F. 1921. 

Junior Instructor Magazine. Dansville, N. Y. Changed 
to Junior Home Magazine with vol. 3, no. 4, Ap. 
1922. 

Leslie's Weekly. New York. Merged in Judge with 
June 24, 1922. 

Loan Gazette. Harrisburg, Pa. Changed to Industrial 
Lenders News with Ja. 1918. 

Lumbermen's Clearing House Equipment Bulletin. Chi- 
cago. Changed to Lumbermen's Clearing House 
Quarterly with no. 2, Ja. 1921. Changed to Lumber- 
men's Equipment Clearing House with no. 4, Jl. 
1921. 

Manual Training Magazine. Peoria, 111. Changed to 
Industrial Education Magazine with vol. 24, no. 1, Jl. 
1922. 

Mining and Scientific Press. San Francisco. Combined 
with Engineering and Mining Journal, New York, to 
form Engineering and Mining Journal- Press, with 
Ap. 1, 1922. 

Minnesota Potato Exchange Weekly. Minneapolis. 
Changed to The Potato Digest with vol. 3, no. 1, 
Ja. 6, 1922. 

Monatshefte der Comenius-gesellschaft. Changed to 
Geisteskultur und Volksbildung with vol. 29, no. 1, 
Ja. 1920. 
National Service. New York. Discontinued with D. 
1921. Merged in Army and Navy Journal (correc- 
tion) . 

Photo Drama. Philadelphia. Discontinued with F. 

1922. 
Revue Pratique des Abattoirs et de V Inspection des Viandes 
et Comestibles. Paris. Suspended with vol. 7, no. 8, 
Ag. 1914. Resumed as Revue des Abattoirs, d'Hygiene 
Alimentaire et de I'lndustrie Animale, with ser. 2, 
no. 1. Ja. 1921. 

Society Centrale d' Agriculture du Gard, Bulletin. Merged 
in Le Gard Agricole with Ja. 1922. 

Swine Breeders' Journal. Indianapolis. Changed to 
Duroc Swine Breeders' Journal with vol. 42, no. 1, 
Ja. 1, 1922. 
Wayside Tales. Chicago. Discontinued with vol. 21,^ 

no. 5, My. 1922. 
Western Gardener and Poultryman. Winnipeg. Changec 
to Western Gardener and Beekeeper with Mr. 1922. 



QUARTERLY DRAMATIC 

Acting. 

Why do you want to be an actress? A. Hopkins. 

il. Woman's Home C. 49: My. '22, 21. 
Actors and actresses. 

Criticism of the voice of the American actor. Cur. 

Opin. 72: 778-9. Je. '22. 
Handsomest actresses often a disappointment away 

from the footlights. A. Bell. Theatre 35: 366, 

402, Je. '22. 
How the player learns his part. Carol Bird. Theatre 

35: 368, 404, Je. '22. 
The silent tragedy of the actor. G. Zilboorg. Drama 

12: 247-8. Ap. '22. 
Stage interviewing as it actually is. Mary F. Watkins. 

Theatre 35: 382, Je. '22. 
Agostini, Guiseppe, opera singer. 

Portrait as Rodolfo. Mus. Cour. 84: Apr. 20, '22, 16. 



INDEX, APRIL-JUNE, 1922 

All for love, play by J: Dryden. 

Comparison with Shakespeare's Anthony and Cleo- 
patra. Nation (Lond.) 30: 952(0, Mr. 25, '22. 
Ambush, play by A. Richman. 

Plot and excerpts. Theatre 35: 292, 294, 296, 332, 
My.'22. 
Andreyev (Andrbev, Andreyefl), Leonid Nicholae- 
vich, author and dramatist, 1871-1919. 
Portrait. Cur. Opin. 72: 490, Ap. '22. 
Andreini, Giovanni Battista, dramatist and poet, 
1578-1650 (?). 
Giovan Battista Andreini as a theatrical innovator. 
Mod. Lang. R. 17: 31-41, Ja. '22. 
Anna Christie, play by E. G. O'Neill. 

Plot and excerpts. Theatre 35: 220, 222, 224, Ap. '22. 
Arden, Cecil, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 84: Ap. 13, '22. 1. 



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Arle, Yvonne d', opera singer. 

Portrait. Mas. Cour. 84: Mr. 30, '22, 37. 
Arliss, George (Andrews), actor and dramatist, 1868-. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 219, Ap. '22. 
Back to Methuselah, fantasy by G: B. Shaw. 
Criticism. Indep. 108: 310, Mr. 25, '22. 
Production at Garrick theatre, N. Y. city. Dial 72: 
444-5, Ap. '22.— il. Theatre 35: 290-91, 305-6. 
My. '22. 
Review. K. Andrews, il. Bookman 55: 279-81, My. 
'22. — L. Lewisohn. Nation 114: 323(i), Mr. 15, 
'22. 
Barber of Bagdad, The, opera by P. Cornelius. 

Scene from (picture). Mus. Cour. 84: Ap. 6, '22, 53. 
Barrie, Sir James Matthew, author and dramatist, 
I860-. 
Portrait (with Ellen Terry). Graphic 105: 591, My. 
13, '22. 
Barthelmess, Richard (Semler), actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 297, My. '22. 
Bavu, drama by E. Carroll. 

Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 79: 18(i), Mr. 

23, '22. 
Production at Earl Carroll theatre, N. Y. city. Theatre 
25: 334(i), My. '22. 
Belasco, David, playwright and producer, 1862-. 
Behind the scenes with Belasco. por. Jane Drang- 
field. Theatre 25: 228, 230, 260, Ap. '22. 
Bell, Virginia, dancer. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 227, Ap. '22. 
Ben- Ami, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 219, Ap. '22. 
Bennett, (Enoch) Arnold, author and playwright, 
1867-. 
Portrait (with Lillah McCarthy). Graphic 105: 
596, My. 13, '22. 
Bennett, Wilda, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 239, Ap. '22. 
Blushing bride. The, musical comedy by C. Wood and 
S. Romberg. 
Production at Astor theatre, N. Y. city. il. Theatre 
35: 229, 262, Ap. '22. 
Bordoni, Irene (Mrs. E. Becman), actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 285, My. '22. 
Brady, William A., producer, 1865-. 

Portrait. Cur. Opin. 72: 506, Ap. '22. 
Bronx express. The, comedy by O. Dymow. 

Criticism. R. C. Benchley. Life 79: 18(f), My. 18, 
'22. 
Browne, Maiirice, actor. 

Maurice Browne's 1921 season in Seattle. G. Hughes. 

il. Drama 12: 200-2, Mr. '22. 
urke, Billie (Ethel Burke) (Mrs. F. Ziegfeld, Jr.), 

actress, 1886-. 
Portrait in The intimate strangers. Drama 12: 230, 
Ap. '22. 
Calv§, Mme. Emma, opera singer, 1864-. 

Good beginnings in vocal art. il. Etude 40: 227, 
Ap. '22. 
Candida, comedy by G: B. Shaw. 

Production at Greenwich Village theatre, N. Y. city. 

Theatre 35: 374(i), Je. '22. 
Review. K. Andrews. Bookman 55: 388-9, Je. '22. 
Cantor, Eddie, actor. 

Appreciation. R. C. Benchley. Life 79: 18(i), 
My. 4. '22. 
Carlisle, Alexandra (Mrs. J. Coyne), actress, 1886-. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 353, Je. '22. 
Carrington, Ethel, actresjfe. 

Portrait. Graphic 105: 460, Ap. 15, '22. 
Carroll, Earl, playwright, composer and producer. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 234, Ap. '22. 
Carson, Frances, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 225, Ap. '22. 
Case of Mrs. Kantsey Know, The, playlet by Myra W. 
Jarrell. 
Text. Drama 12: 210-12, Mr.' 22. 
Cat and the canary, The, mystery play by J: Willard. 
Production at National theatre, N. Y. city. il. 
Theatre 35: 215, 234-5, Ap. '22. 



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Chaliapin, Feodor, opera singer. 

Portrait (in costume). Mus. Cour. 84: My. 18, '22, 
45. 
Chalmers, Thomas, opera singer. 

Portrait as Lescaut. Mus. Cour. 84: Ap. 27, '22, 48. 

Chauve-souris (The bat), Russian revue by N. Balieflf. 

Production at 49th street theatre, N. Y. city. il. 

Theatre 35: 209, 236, Ap. '22. 
Review. K. Andrews, il. Bookman 55: 177-8, 
Ap. '22. — O. M. Sayler. il. Cent. 104: 276-84. 
Je. '22. 
Child actors. 

Question of children's rdles. R. C. Benchley. Life 
79: 18(1), Ap. 27, '22. 
Clement, Joan, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 221, Ap. '22. 
Cockcrow, one-act play by L. M. Taylor, based on 
Scottish ballad Clerk Saunders. 
Text. Poet Lore 33: 118-27, Spring, '22. 
Cohan, Oeorge Michael, actor, playwright, and pro- 
ducer. 1878-. 
His childhood, pors. (early). Mrs. Helen C. Cohan. 
Theatre 35: 312, 314, 316. My. '22. 
Congreve, William, 1670-1729. 

The plays of William Congreve. C: Morse. Canad. 
M. 58: 473-80. Ap. '22. 
Cordoba, Pedro de, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 219. Ap. '22. 
Costume. 

Sartorial artist almost as important as author and 
actor. A. Moss. il. Theatre 35: 372, 404, Je. '22. 
Courtenay, William, actor. 

Sketch, por. Thoda Cocroft. Nat'l. M. 50: 570. 
My. '22. 
Crimi, Giulio, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 84: My. 11, '22, 50. 
Curate's egg, The, play by A. Wimperis. 

Production at the Ambassador's theatre, London. 

111. Lond. N. 160: 804(J). My. 27, '22. 
Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 105: 472, Ap. 15, 
'22. 
Czarina, The, play by M. Lengyel and L. Biro. 

Production at Empire theatre, N. Y. city. il. Theatre 
35:211, 235, Ap. '22. 
Daly, Arnold (Peter Christopher Arnold Daly), 
actor and dramatist, 1875-. 
Portrait in Voltaire. Theatre 35: 367, Je. '22. 
Denise, Giuseppe, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 84: Mr. 30, '22, 5. 
•Davis, Owen, dramatist. 

The Metamorphosis of Owen Davis, por. M. J. 
Moses. Theatre 35: 300, 332, My. '22. 
Dear Brutus, play by J. M. Barrie. 

Production at Wyndham's theatre, London. 111. 
Lond. N. 160: 758(J), My. 20. '22. 
Decameron nights, play by R. McLaughlin and B. 
Lawrence, adapted from Boccaccio's Decameron. 
Production at the Drury Lane theatre, London. 
111. Lond. N. 160: 644(i), Ap. 29, '22. — Nation 
(Lond.) 31: 164-6. Ap. 29, '22. 
Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 105: 597, My. '13, 
Deluge, The (Syndafloden), play by H. Berger, 
adapted by F. Allen. 
Production at Plymouth theatre, N. Y. city. Dial 72: 
338-9, Mr. '22. — il. Theatre 35: 215, 233. Ap. '22. 
Review. K. Andrews. Bookman 55: 179-80, Ap. '22. 
Dobkin, Dmitry, opera singer. 

Portrait as Don Jose. Mus. Cour. 84: Je. 1, '22, 5. 
Dove, Billie (Lillian), actress. 

Sketch, por. Nat'l M. 51: 33, Je. '22. 
Dover road. The, comedy by A. A. Milne. 

Plot and excerpts, il. Theatre 35: 360, 362, 364, 
Je. '22. 
Drama. 

The actor and his audience. O. Skinner. Theatre 

35: 242, 244, Ap. '22. 
On a certain condescension towards musical comedies. 

R. A. Parker. Indep. 108: 397-9. Ap. 22. '22. 
Old plays and new playgoers. B. Matthews. Scrib. 
M. 71: 475-80, Ap. '22. 



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Drama — Continued. 

The spiritual history of modern drama. C. Ross. 

Poet Lore 33: 128-31, Spring, '22. 
Why not a negro drama for negroes by negroes. Cur. 
Opin. 72: 639-40. My. '22. 
Drama in America. 

Drama of sex, disaster and hope. R. Holt. Forum 

67:408-14, My. '22. 
Season of 1921-22. Harvest I. L. Lewisohn. Na- 
tion 114: 574 (i), My. 10. '22. — Foreign plays. 
Harvest H. L. Lewisohn. Nation 114: 604(§). 
My. 17, '22. 
Drama in Germany. 

The German theater of to-day. A. Eloesser. Nation 

114:700-1, Je. 7, '22. 
Republican Germany and the arts. L. Lewisohn. 
Nation 114: 247. Mr. 1, '22. 
Drama in Russia. 

The Russian theatre of to-day. N. Yarovov. Nation 
114: 781-2. Je. 28, '22. 
Dream maker, The, fantasy by Blanche J. Thompson. 

Text.il. Drama 12: 197-9, Mr. '22. 
Duse, Eleonora, actress. 

Still weaves her magic spell. C. Miles. Theatre 35: 
284, 338, My. '22. 
Eldridge, Florence, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 293, My. '22. 
Enchanted cottage, The, play by A. W. Pinero. 

Production at the Duke of York's theatre, London. 

111. Lond. N. 160: 368(i), Mr. 11, '22. — Nation 

(Lond.) 30: 868-70, Mr. 11, '22. 

Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 105: 344, Mr. 18, '22. 

Enter Dora — exit Dad, one-act comedy by F. Tilden. 

Text. il. Ladies' H. J. 39 : My. 22, 15, 53-4. 
Esther, tragedy by J: Masefield, adapted from the 
French of Jean Racine. 
Review. Nation (Lond), 31: 60-62, Ap. 8, '22. 
Faith, one-act sketch by Margaret Evans. 

Text. Poet Lore 33: 132-7, Spring, '22. 
Family man, A, drama by J: Galsworthy. 

Review. L. Lewisohn. Nation 114: 654(0 . My. 31, 
'22. 
Faust, opera by C. F. Gounod. 

Description, il. Etude 40: 275(i), Ap. '22. 
First fifty years. The, play by H: Myers. 

Criticism. Indep. 108: 356(i), Ap. '22. — R. C. 

Benchley. Life 79 : 20( i) , Ap. 6, '22. 
Production at Princess theatre, N. Y. city. Theatre 

35:373(J), Je. '22. 
Review. K. Andrews. Bookman 55: 281-2, My. '22. 
— L. Lewisohn. Nation 114: 376(i), Mr. 29, '22. 
Francis, Dorothy, opera singer. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 241, Ap. '22. 
From morn to midnight, play by G. Kaiser. 

Review. L. Lewisohn. Nation 114: 726(0 Je. 14, 
'22. 
Garnett, Louise Ajres. 

See Pig prince, The. 
Gentle, Alice, opera singer. 

Interview, por. Mus. Cour. 84: Ap. 6, '22, 44(J)- 
Getting married, play by G: B. Shaw. 

Production at Everyman's theatre, London. 111. 
Lond. N. 160: 523(i), Ap. 8, '22. 
Gigli, Beniamino, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 84: My. 11, '22. 35. 
Gilmore, Helen, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 363, Je. '22. 
Goldfish, The, drama. 
Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 79: 18(i), My. 
4, '22. 
^Review. K. Andrews. Bookman 55: 390(i), Je. '22. 
Gray, Gilda, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 213, Ap. '22. 
Grecian urn. The, one-act dramatic poem by A. H. 
Nethercot. 
Text. Poet Lore 33: 142-7. Spring. '22. 
Green ring. The, play, from the Russian by Zinaida 
Hippius. 
Description. R. C. Benchley. Life 79: 18(i). Ap. 
20, '22. 



Green ring, The. — Continued 

Production at Neighborhood playhouse. N. Y. city. 

L. Lewisohn. Nation 114: 474(i). Ap. 19. '22. — J 

Theatre 35: 374(J). Je. '22. 

Gustafson, William, opera singer. 

Portrait as King Mark. Mus. Cour. 84 : My. 4, '22, 44^ 
Hackett, Charles, opera singer. 

Sketch, por. as Romeo. Mus. Cour. 84: My. 18, '22j 
41. 
Hairy ape. The, play by E. G. O'Neill. 

Attempt at censorship. Nation 114: 637(J), My. 31, 

'22. 
Commended. R. C. Benchley. Life 79: 18, Mr. 30, 

'22. 
Plot and excerpts, il. Cur. Opin. 72: 768-76, Je. 22. 
Production at Provincetown playhouse, N. Y. city. 

il. Theatre 35: 283, 305, My. '22. 
Review. K. Andrews, il. Bookman 55: 284, My. 
'22. — Dial 72: 548-9. My. '22. — L. Lewisohn. 
Nation 114: 349-50, Mr. 22, '22. 
Hamlet, tragedy by W: Shakespeare. 

The role of the Ghost in Hamlet. M. Baudin. Mod. 
Lang. Notes 37: 185-6, Mr. '22. 
Harris, Sam H., manager. 1872 — . 

Sketch, por. M. B. Mullett. Am. M. 93: My. '22, 
24-5. 149-53. 
Harvard, Sue, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 84: My. 4, '22, 1. 
He who gets slapped, play by L. N. Andreyev. 
Criticism. Dial 72: 337-8. Mr. '22. 
Plot and excerpts, il. Cur. Opin. 72: 484-94. Ap. '22. 
Scenes from (pictures). Theatre 35: 231, Ap. '22. 
Hedda Gabler, drama by H. Ibsen. 

Production at the Everyman theatre. London. Na- 
tion (Lond.)31: 318-20, My. 27, '22. 
Hedman, Martha, actress. 1888-. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 239. Apr. '22. 
Heggie, O. P., actor. 

Portrait as Blayds in The truth about Blayds. Book- 
man 55: 387. Je. '22. 
Hempel, Frieda (Mrs. W. Kahn). opera singer. 

Interview, por. Mus. Cour. 84. Ap. 20. '22. 56. 
Hibbard, Edna, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 363, Je. '22. 
Hindu, The, melodrama by G. Kean. 

Production at Comedy theatre, N.Y. city. Theatre 35; 
374(i), Je. '22. 
HoUoway, Baliol, actor. 

Portrait. Graphic 105: 460, Ap. 15, '22. 
Hoyt, Mrs. Julia Lydig, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 359, Je.'22. 
If four walls told, play by E. Percy. 

Description. Graphic 105: 510(i), Ap. 22, '22. 
Production at the Royalty theatre, London. 111. 

Lond. N. 160: 644(i), Ap. 29, '22. 
Scene from (picture). Graphic 105: 570, My. 6, '22. 
111. Lond. N. 160: 662, My. 6, '22. 
Intimate strangers. The, play by B. Tarkington. 
Text. Harper 144: 599-610. Ap. '22, and following 
issues. 
Janis, Elsie (Bierbower), actress. 1889.- 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 281, My. '22. 
Julius Caesar, tragedy by W: Shakespeare. 

A note on Julius Caesar. A. W. Crawford. Mod* 
Lang. Notes 37: 164-7, Mr. '22. 
Jung, Rudolf, opera singer. 

Portrait as Siegfried. Mus. Cour. 84: Ap. 27, '22, 49. 
Keener, Suzanne, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 84: My. 4, '22, 5. 
Kempy, drama by J. C. and E. Nugent. 

Commended. R. C. Benchley. Life 79: 18 (i), Je. h 
'22. 
King Lear, tragedy by W: Shakespeare. 

King Lear and Pelleas and Eltarre. A. A. Kern. 
Mod. Lang. Notes 37: 153-7, Mr. '22. 
Kurton, Peggy, actress. 

Portrait . Theatre 35: 241, Ap. '22. 
Lackaye, Wilton, actor. 

Interview, por. Ada Patterson. Theatre 35: 216,' 
Ap. '22. 



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Lady of the rose, The, light opera by Jean Gilbert. 

Production at Daly's theatre, London. III. Lond. N. 
160: 332(i), Mr. 4, '22. 

Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 105: 367, Mr. 25, '22. 
Lady loses her hoop. The, dramatic poem by Leisa G. 
Wilson. 

Text. Drama 12: 279-80, My. '22. 
Lang, Anton. 

Portrait as the Christus in Oberammergau passion play. 
Theatre 35: 377, Je. '22. 
Lappas, Ulysses, opera singer. 

Sketch, por. Mus. Cour. 84: Je. 1, '22, 56. 
Lass o'laughter, play. 

Description. Graphic 105: 570(i), My. 6, '22. 

Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 105: 669, My. 27. '22. 
Lawrence, Margaret (Mrs. O. D. Munn), actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 225, Ap. '22. 
Le Gallienne, Eva, actress. 

Interview. Carol Bird. Theatre 35 : 286, 288, My. '22 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 221, Ap. '22. 
Leow, Marcus, manager. 

Sketch, por. J. M. Chappie. Nat'I M. 51: 15-16. 
Je. '22. 
Life's a game, play by M. Or me. 

Production at the Kingsway theatre, London. 111. 
Lond. N. 160: 802(i), My. 27, '22. 
Lohr, Marie, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 371, Je. '22. 
Love match. The, play by (E) A. Bennett. 

Criticism. Graphic 105: 378(J), Mr. 25, '22. 

Production at Strand theatre, London. Nation 
(Lond.) 31: 32-3, Ap. 1, '22. 
Love's awakening, musical comedy by E. Kenneke. 

Production at Empire theatre, London. 111. Lond. N. 
160: 644(i), Ap. 29, '22. 

Scene from (picture). Graphic 105: 570, My. 6. '22. 
Loyalties, play by J: Galsworthy. 

Description. Graphic 105: 344(i), Mr. 18, '22. 

Production at St. Martin's theatre, London, il. 
111. Lond. N. 160: 386, 402(i), Mr. 18, '22. 

Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 105: 399, Ap. 1, '22. 

— 111. Lond. N. 160: 478, Ap. 1. '22. 
Lubetty, Madeleine, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 383, Je. '22. 
McCarthy, Lillah, actress. 

Portrait (with Arnold Bennett). Graphic 105: 596, 

My. 13, '22. 
Madame Pierre, drama by A. Hornblow, Jr., adapted 

from Les Hannetons by E. Brieux. 
Criticism. Indep. 108: 264(i), Mr. 11, '22. 
Production at Ritz theatre, N. Y. city. Theatre 35: 

236(i), Ap. '22. 
Review. K. Andrews. Bookman 55 : 179 ( 1) , Ap. '22. 

— L. Lewisohn. Nation 114: 266(i), Mr. 1, '22. 
Madeleine and the movies, play by G: M. Cohan. 

Commended. R. C. Benchley. Life 79:18(i), Mr. 

23, '22. 
Production at Gaiety theatre, N. Y. city. Theatre 

35: 336(i), My. '22. 
Review. K. Andrews. Bookman 55: 283(f), My. '22. 
Making of America, pageant for school children by 
Carolyn H. Stern and C. H. Towne. 
Text. il. Delin. 100: Jl. '22, 86-7. 
• Man in dress clothes. The, play by S. Hicks. 

Production at the Garrick theatre, London. 111. Lond. 
1 N. 160: 484(J), Ap. 1, '22. 

Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 105: 501, Ap. 22, 
'22. 
I Martinelli, Giovanni, opera singer. 
I Portrait as Samson. Mus. Cour. 84: Ap. 13, '22, 5. 
I Masks, play by P. B. Corneau. 
! Text. Drama 12: 234-6, Ap. '22. 
Mercury match, The, early American play by B. 
Bidwell. 
Analysis. O. S. Coad. Mod. Lang. Notes 37: 
157-63, Mr. '22. 
Miller, Jane, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 293, My. '22. 
Miller, Marilynn, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 363, Je. '22. 



Milne, Alan Alexander, playwright. 

Sketch, por. M. J. Moses. Theatre 35: 238, Ap. 
'22. 
Moliere, Jean Baptiste Poquelin de, actor and 
dramatist, 1622-73. 
Praise of. por. Cur. Opin. 72: 783-5. Je. '22. 
Moore, Grace, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 313, My. '22. 
Moving pictures. 

Will H. Hays leads film industry. B. Sherwood, il. 

Nat'I. M. 50: 542, 551. My. '22. 
The motion picture not an art. O. Skinner, il. 

Ladies' H. J. 39: My. '22. 7, 89. 93. 
Movie stars at Hollywood. G: Ade. Am. M. 93: 
My. '22. 52-3. 76-82. 
Moving picture morals attacked and defended, il. 
Cur. Opin. 72: 505-7. Ap. '22. 
Performing animals in filmland. Graphic 105: 366, 

Mr. 25. '22. 
Scandal and the movies. O. Skinner, il. Ladies' 

H. J. 39: Je. '22. 8. 91-2. 
Spectacles for the motion-picture camera. C. A. 
Byers. il. Sci. Am. 126: 189. Mr. '22. 
Mower, Margaret, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 239, Ap. '22. 
Muzio, Claudia, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 84: Mr. 23, '22, 5; 84: Ap. 20, 
'22, 50. 
Namara, Marguerite (Mrs. O. Bolton), opera singer. 

Portrait as Thais. Mus. Cour. 84: Mr. 30, '22, 1. 
National anthem. The, play by J: H. Manners. 
Production at Henry Miller theatre, N. Y. city. 

Theatre 35: 233-4, Ap. '22. 
Review. K. Andrews. Bookman 55: 180-81, Ap. 
'22. 
Nazimova (Nasimofl), Alia (Mrs. C: Bryant), actress, 
1879-. 
Sketch, pors. M. B. MuUett. Am. M. 93: Ap. '22, 
18-19, 111-14. 
Neilson, Francis, president of the Drama league. 

Sketch, por. Drama 12: 270. 286. My. '22. 
Nest, The, drama by P. Geraldy. adapted by Grace 
George. 
Criticism. Indep. 108: 265(i). Mr. 11, '22. 
Production at 48th street theatre, N. Y. city. il. 

Theatre 35: 215, 235, Ap. '22. 
Review. K. Andrews. Bookman 55: 180(i), Ap. 
'22. 
Nibelungen ring, opera by R. Wagner. 

Production at Covent Garden, London. 111. Lond. 
N. 160: 794, My. 27, '22. 
O'Brien, Eugene, actor. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 297. My. '22. 
O'Neill, Eugene Gladstone, playwright. 1888-. 

Sketch of. Bookman 55: 442-^. Je. '22. 
Opera in America. 

Performances of Russian opera co. at New Amsterdam 
theatre. N. Y. city. My. 1922. Mus. Cour. 84: My. 
18, '22, (27(i). 
Shifting values. Henrietta Straus. Nation 1 14 : 444(1) , 
Ap. 12. '22. 
Other people's worries, comedy by R. C. Carlton. 
Production at the Comedy theatre, London. 111. Lond. 
N. 160: 532(J), Ap. 8, "22. — Nation (Lond.) 31: 
66-8, Ap. 8. '22. 
Pageant of spring. A, play by Althea Thurston. 

Text. Drama 12: 251-2, Ap. '22. 
Partners again, comedy by M. Glass and J. E. Good- 
man. 
Appreciation. R. C. Benchley. Life 79: 18(i), My. 
18, '22. 
Passion plays. 

Oberammergau passion play. il. Graphic 105: 522(J). 
Ap. 29. '22; il. 105: 630-33, My. 20, '22. — Adelina 
O'C. Thomason. il. Theatre 35: 376-8, 398, Je. 
'22. 
Oberammergau passion plav. Scenes from (pictures). 
111. Lond. N. 160: 734-5, My. 20. '22. 
Peralta, Frances, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 84: Ap. 27, '22, 5. 



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Peer Oynt, poetic drama by H. Ibsen. 

Revival at the Old Vic, London. Nation (Lond.) 

30: 953-4, Mr. 25, '22. 
Scene from (picture). 111. Lond. N. 160: 386, Mr. 18, 
•22. 
Philotas, play by Lessing. 

Lessing's "Philotas" and Crebillon. Alice A, Scott. 
Mod. Lang. R. 17: 172-3. Ap. '22. 
Pickford, Mary (Mary Gladys Smith) (Mrs. D. 
Fairbanks), actress. 1893-. 
The greatest business in the world, il. Collier's 69: 
Je. 10. '22. 7-8. 22-3. 
Pig prince, The, play by Louise A. Garnett. 

Text. Drama 12: 240^6, Ap. '22. 
Pigeon, play by J: Galsworthy. 

Production at the Court theatre, London. 111. Lond. 
N. 160: 368(i) Mr. 11, '22. — Nation (Lond.) 30: 
870(i). Mr. 11, '22. 
Playwriting. 

Fashions in play making. W: F. Harris. Theatre 

35: 380, Je. '22. 
The writing of a play. Zoe Atkins. Drama 12: 
191-2, Mr. '22. 
Prince of Semberia, The, play by B. Nooshich. tr. by 
Luka Djurichich and Bertha W. Clark. 
Text. Poet Lore 33: 85-96. Spring. '22. 
Reid, (William) Wallace, actor, 1891-. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 297, My. '22. 
Roselle, Anne, opera singer. 

Portrait. Mus. Cour. 84: My. 4. '22. 16. 
Round if fifty, play adapted from Jules Verne's Around 
the world in eighty days. 
Production at the Hippodrome, London. 111. Lond. 
N. 160:446(1). Mr. 25. '22. 
Salut au monde (Walt Whitman festival). 

Production at the Neighborhood playhouse. N. Y. 
city. L. Lewisohn. Nation 114: 627(i) My. 24, 
'22. 
Sarah of Soho, play by D. Murray. 

iproduction at the Savoy theatre. London. 111. Lond. 
N. 160: 330(i) Mr. 4. 22. 
Schaaf, Myrtle, opera singer. 

Portrait. Woman's Home C. 49: My. '22. 59. 
Portrait as Siebel. Mus. Cour. 84: My. 11, 
'22, 5. 
Schwartz, Maurice, actor. 

Portrait as the sage in The Dibbuk. Theatre 35: 295, 
My. '22. 
Scotti, Antonio, opera singer. 

Portrait as L'oracolo. Mus. Cour. 84: Mr. 30. '22, 27. 
Shakespeare, William, dramatist, 1564-1616. 

Heine. Hazlitt and Mrs. Jameson. Mod. Lang. R. 

17' 42—9 Ta. '22. 
Why Shakespeare endures. Cur. Opin. 72: 808-9, Je. 
22. 
Shall we join the ladies, play by J. M. Barrie. 

Production at St. Martins theatre, London, il. 111. 
Lond. N. 160: 386, 402. Mr. 18. '22. — Nation 
(Lond.) 30: 906 (i). Mr. 18. '22. 
Sherwood, Mimi, actress. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 383, Je. '22. 
Silver box, The, play by J: Galsworthy. 

Production at the Court theatre. London. 111. Lond. 
N. 160: 484(i), Ap. 1, '22. 
Six characters in search of an author, play by L. 
Pirandello. 
Prodiuction at the Kingsway theatre, London. Nation 
(Lond.) 30: 836(i). Mr. 4. '22. 
Skinner, Otis, actor, 1858-. 

The motion picture not an art. pors. Ladies' H. J. 

39: My. '22, 7, 89, 93. 
Scandal and the movies, pors. Ladies' H. J. 39: 
Je. '22, 8. 91. 
Spencer, Penelope, dancer. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 160: 750. My. 20. '22. 
Sylva, Marguerita (Mrs. P. L. Smith), opera singer. 

Portrait. Theatre 35: 221. Ap. '22. 
Talmadge, Norma (Mrs. J. M. Schenk), actress. 
Sketch, pors. K. Sumner. Am. M. 93: Je. '22. 
36-9. 147-50. 



Tatters, character sketch by R: Burton. 

Text. Drama 12: 206-8. Mr. '22. 
Tears of dawn, one-act dramatic poem by Faith Van V. 
Vilas. 



Text. Poet Lore 33: 105-13, Spring, '22. 
" "" Cf 

1848-. 



Terry, Ellen Alice (Mrs. J. Carew), 



actress. 



Portraits. Graphic 105: 591, My. 13, '22. 
Tetrazzini, Luisa, prima donna. 

Reminiscences, por. Etude 40: 375-6, Je. *22. 
Teyte, Maggie, singer. 

Portrait. 111. Lond. N. 160: 750, My. 20, '22. 
Thatcher, Heather, actress. 

Portrait. Graphic 105: 646, My. 20, '22. 
Theatre. 

The Amsterdam exhibition of theatrical designs to be 
brought to London. Nation (Lond.) 30: 902-4, 
Mr. 18, '22. 
Applying the lessons of industry to the theatre, il. 

Sci. Am. 126: 228, Ap. '22. 
French and American audiences. Jeanne Mairet. 

Drama 12: 192-3, Mr. '22. 
The little theatre movement. Outline of. P. Under- 
wood. Bookman 55: 403-9, Je. '22. 
Theatre's contact with life. A. Hopkins. Drama 12: 
237-8, Ap. '22. 
Theatre in America. 

High purpose of the American stage. Billie Burke. 

Drama 12: 231-2. Ap. '22. 
Theatre's treatment of negroes. R. C. Benchley. 
Life 79: 18(|). My. 25, '22. 
Theatre in England. 

London. Comedie Frangaise company in. Graphic 

105: 668, My. 27, '22. 
London. Drury Lane. Rejuvenation. W. J. Law- 
rence, il. Graphic 105: 458-9, Ap. 15, '22. 
London. Drury Lane, Past and present glories of. 

H. Swaffer. il. Graphic 105: 488-9. Ap. 22. '22 
London. Everyman theatre. A temple in the 
wilderness. C: Breasted. Drama 12: 277-8, My. 
'22. 
Theatre in Europe. 

The present-day theatre in eastern Europe. H. 
Carter. Drama 12: 271-2, My. '22. 
Theatre in Holland. 

Amsterdam, Opening matinee at. C: Breasted. 
Drama 12: 203-4, Mr. '22. 
Theatre in Italy. 

Ghosts at first nights in Italy. Winifred Smith. Poet 
Lore 33: 114-17. Spring. '22. 
Theatre in Russia. 

Russian actors under soviet rule. J. F. Taylor. 
Theatre 35: 298. 338. My. '22. 

Theatre of the past in soviet Russia. G. Zilboorg. 
Drama 12: 195-6, Mr. '22. 
Theatres in England. 

London. The Old Vic as a Shakespeare memoris 
theatre. Nation (Lond.) 31: 15-16. Ap. 1. '22; 311 
256, My. 20. '22. 
Thorndike, Sybil, actress. 

Portrait as Hecuba in The Trojan women. Grapl 
105: 510. Ap. 22. '22. 
Tilly of Bloomsbury, play by Ian Hay. 

Production at the Strand. London. 111. Lond. N. 16( 
758(J). My. 20. '22. 
To the ladies, comedy by G: S. Kaufman and Mj 
Connelly. 
Production at Liberty theatre. N. Y. city. il. Theat 

35: 301, 307-8, My. '22. 
Review. L. Lewisohn. Nation 114: 294 (i), Mr. 
'22. 
Tons of money, farce by W. Evans. 

Description. Graphic 105: 510(|), Ap. 22, '22. 
Production at the Shaftesbury theatre, Londoi 

111. Lond. N. 160: 644(i), Ap. 29, '22. 
Scenes from (pictures). Graphic 105: 565. My. 
'22, 
Troillus and Cressida, play by W: Shakespeare. 
Production by the Marlowe dramatic society, Londoi 
Nation (Lond.) 30: 906-8, Mr. 18, '22. 




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HILLER CROWELL WELLMAN 

(librarian city library, SPRINGFIELD, MASS.) 



FRONTISPIECE BULLETIN OF BIBLIOGRAPHY 
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EDITORIAL COMMENT 

The National Institute of Social 
Sciences has started a new series of publi- 
cations called Proceedings, of which No. 1, 
published in September, 1922, covers the 
subject, "Results of the Conference on 
Limitation of Armaments," being the pro- 
ceedings of the ninth annual meeting of the 
Institute, February 9, 1922. It is expected 
that the annual volume of the "Journal," 
of which series vol. 9 is the next, will be 
issued early in 1923. 

Thus the "Proceedings" becomes a sort 
of supplement to, or midyear issue of, the 
"Journal" containing the same sort of 
material, and essential to the completeness 
of a subscriber's file. 

Boston. The F. W. Faxon Co., 1922. 100 pp. 
paper. $1.50. 



OUR FRONTISPIECE 

Mr. Hiller Crowell Wellman, librarian of 
the Springfield, Massachusetts, City Lib- 
brary since 1902, has brought his library to 
a very high standard of efficiency, and we 
are privileged to use his photograph as our 
frontispiece, hoping thereby to acquaint 
the younger generation of librarians with 
one whose modest ways and absorption in 
home duties have prevented his excellent 
work from being more widely known during 
recent years. 

Graduated from Harvard University in 
1894, a Phi Beta Kappa member, he became 
an assistant in the Boston Athenaeum for 
three years, then was appointed supervisor 
of branches of the Boston Public Library, 
which position he resigned in 1898 to become 
head of the Brookline Public Library. 
Thus trained he was chosen in 1902 as head 
of the City Library Association ot Spring- 
field, Massachusetts, where his work, includ- 
ing the planning of the new library building, 
one ot the best in the country, has been so 
notably successful. 

He served as president of the American 
Library Association in 1914-15, presiding 
at the Berkeley, California, conference. 
He was president of the Massachusetts 
Library Club in 1901, and has been of great 
help to the library profession as a member of 
the Massachusetts Library Commission, and 
on various committees of the American 
Library Association. He is also a member of 
the American Library Institute, and has 
contributed articles on library problems to 
various periodicals. 

MAGAZINE NOTES 

We always half suspected it, now we know it's true. 
Periodicals are entirely paid for by their advertisers. 
Prove it? A periodical has just sent a circular to 
its subscribers stating that as it costs no more to book 
a two-year subscription than a one-year, all will be 
extended for a two-year period for $5.00, which has 
hitherto been the price of one year. "We prefer to 
pass on the saving to our subscribers." Well, well! 
Book us for a life term. It can't cost any more to 
book "till death do us part" than for one small 
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Another periodical says to its agent, "Get foremen 
and heads of departments to subscribe at the special 
rate of $1.00 and keep the dollar for your commission." 
Now wouldn't the millenium be here for the agents 
if the magazines would all do that — and as the only 
cost is the booking, we don't see why they all can't 
do it now that we have made the suggestion. 

Associated Advertising has become "disassociated" 
in that vol. 13, no. 8, August, 1922, is 12 x 9, and 
vol. 13, no. 9, September, 1922, is 10x7. How 
come! Is this a form of advertising, or just a happy 
idea of the publishers? 

Classic is now the entirely non-descriptive title of 
what was properly called Motion Picture Classic until 
September, 1922. The change is made with vol. 15, 
no. 1, but, as we showed in our last issue, dates are all 
that mean anything to movie people. This Classic 
nondescript is called vol. 10 by its fond parents, the 
Brewsters. 

Foreign Affairs is a new American quarterly, at 
$5.00 a year, which started with September 15, 1922. 
It absorbs "Journal of International Relations." 
The new review is published by the Council on 
Foreign Relations, of which Elihu Root is honorary 
president, and edited by Archibald Gary Coolidge. 

Fortnightly Review, London, our staid English 
friend, has been caught nodding. Vol. 109, new 
series (old series, vol. 115) was January to June, 1921 ; 
but July to December, 1921, is called vol. 110, new 
series (old series 115); and the error is continued, 
as January to June, 1922, is vol. Ill (old series 116). 
The Reader's Guide indexes these volumes as 115, 116, 
117, respectively, and libraries should warn their 
binders about lettering the volume number "cor- 
rectly." 

Journal of Social Forces is a new periodical of note, 
which started with November, 1922, published by the 
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North 
Carolina. It will be published five times a year: 
September, November, January, March, and May. 
$2.50 a year. 

Reference Shelf is a new periodical composed of 
monograph numbers, irregular in periodicity, but at 
least ten issued in a year's time. No. 1 of vol. 1 
covers "Cancellation of the Allied War Debt." The 
subscription price to vol. 1 is $4.50, though the 
separate issues, if bought as published, will amount 
to about $7.00. Price of no. 1 is 75c, ten copies 
one-third off. The H. W. Wilson Co. is the pub- 
lisher of this unique periodical. 

Standard Catalog Bi-monthly has issued as vol. 1, 
no. 5, July, 1922, the first annual cumulation of the 
most worthwhile books for libraries published from 
March, 1921, to July, 1922. This publication takes 
its place with the other indexes issued by H. W. 
Wilson Co., except that the price is only $1.00 a 
year, to cover in future six issues including the 
'annual cumulation. 

The Ukiyoye No Kenkyu is a new quarterly 
devoted to the Ukiyoye arts and artists. Vol. 1, 
no. 1, was October, 1921. Published by the Ukiyoye 
Society of Japan, 68 Haramachi-Nichome, Ushigome- 
Ku, Tokyo. We mention this because vol. 1, no. 2, 
is also October, 1921, and vol. 1, no. 3, is October, 
1921. No more than these three issues have come to 
us, so we cannot say how long the various quarterly 
issues will continue to appear as of October, 1921. 
Japan is sometimes called an imitator of Western 
ways, surely this method of dating a magazine is 
real Japanese. 



Twelve radio magazines were listed in our Janu-j 
ary-April, 1922, issue. Here are some others w« 
have seen referred to: — 

American Radio Journal. 

Amateur Wireless, Hartford. 

Antenna. 

Denverado Broadcast Program Magazine, Denver. 

E-Z Radio. 

National Radio Review, Kansas City. 

Radio Amplifier, Seattle. 

Radio and Model Engineering, New York. 

Radio Broadcasting News. 

Radio Flash. 

Radio Glove, New York. 

Radio Instructor (new name of Radio Digest, 
Chicago). 

Radio Journal, Los Angeles. 

Radio Journal, New York. 

Radio Merchandising, New York. 

Radio News in Canada. 

Radio Service Bulletin, Washington, D. C. 

Radio Waves, Portland, Oregon. 

Radio World of Chicago. 

Radioist, Omaha (discontinued). 

Radiophone Weekly, New York. 

Southern Radio Journal. 

Western Radio News, Denver. 

Will any librarian having a knowledge of others 
help us to make complete the list of radio periodicals, 
our latest magazine craze? 

NEW BOOKS BY LIBRARIANS 

JEFFERS, LeRoy. The call of the mountains. 
Rambles among the mountains and canyons of the 
United States and Canada. 

This book by an active librarian is one of the 
notable publications of the year. It will rank with 
the best mountaineering literature and its pictures 
are wonderfully good. How one man could in a 
short lifetime cover so much territory and find time 
to be head of a busy library department, and also 
write a book like this, is a mystery to us. We have 
always been thrilled by mountain scenery, and such 
a volume as Mr. JeflFers has issued will be a joy to all 
lovers of mountains, and we hope it will be the means 
of making other enthusiasts. Nothing in this world 
can so uplift a man as communion with nature, onj 
her mountain peaks, and in her glorious valleys 

Mr. Jeffers covers Canada and the Northwest, 
Colorado, California, Utah, and Arizona, and touchesi 
on the Kentucky caves, the Eastern scenic regions, 
including mention of our Massachusetts rugged and] 
beautiful coast. 

While the mountaineer will keenly appreciate such] 
a book, and immediately add it to his library, we] 
believe the people who do not climb, and cannot 
travel, will find most interesting reading here, anc' 
so get acquainted with the wonderful scenery of oui 
country. 

New York, Dodd, Mead & Co., 1922. 282 pages, illustrated.! 
«5.00. 

Olcott, Frances Jenkins. Good stories foj 
great birthdays. One of Miss Olcott's incompar^i 
able collections of stories, a companion volume foi 
"Good Stories for Great Holidays." This new boo! 
contains two hundred stories about twenty-thre« 
famous people, arranged especially for story-telling^ 
or reading aloud to children, either in school, library^ 
or home, all the stories being historical and of educa- 



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)nal value. In the Appendix are a "Programme 
Stones from the History of the United States," 
id "Story Programme of South America's Struggle 
)r Independence," and there is a full subject-index, 
book to be highly recommended to those who have 
lildren under their care. 

Boston, Houghton, Mifflin Co. 483 pages, illustrated- 
)th. $3.00. 

Shaw, Charles B. A reading list on biographies, 
"lis pamphlet presents a list of biographies chosen, 
)t as usual on account of the person written about, 
it arranged in groups according to the motive of 
le person's life. There are eighteen sections or 
ibjects. Some of the divisions are: — Nature 
)vers, Self-made Men, Adventurers, The Sea, 
le Stage, Music, Art, Education, Statesmanship, 
)yalty. 

The publication forms vol. 1, no. 2, of the North 
irolina College for Women Extension Bulletin, 
ited June, 1922, Greensboro, North Carolina. 

Smith, Elva S. More mystery tales for boys 

id girls. A companion volume to her "Mystery 

fales," in which are collected twenty-nine stories 

" "ghosts and wizards, of hidden treasure and strange 

ichantments" by well-known authors. These are 

stories that "every child should know," and the 

)k should be in every children's department of 

iblic libraries, as well as in homes. 

Boston, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Co. 392 pages, illustrated. 
)th. $2.00. 

Stearns, Lutie E. Essentials in library admin- 
tration. Third edition revised and enlarged by 
Jthel F. McCollough. This pamphlet aims to give 
to the small community, and to the untrained librar- 
ian, necessary and essential help in carrying on the 
library as well as the urgent reasons for its whole- 
hearted support by its community. 

Chicago, A. L. A. Library Handbook Series. 1922. 87 pages. 

Stevenson, Burton E. The Kingmakers. An- 
other novel by Stevenson is an awaited occurrence. 
Here we have his latest, a tense story of international 
intrigue, with a Monte-Carlo setting. Romance, 
action, adventure; an exiled king, beautiful women, 
iplomats, and an American heiress, with an American 

jwspaper correspondent in the center of it all. 

New York, 1922. Dodd, Mead & Co. 314 pages. $1.90. 



Widdemer, Margaret. The Boardwalk. We 
noticed this book in its first edition when it bore 
the imprint of another publisher. The fact that a 
new edition has been published at a popular low price 
shows the continuing popularity of the book. It is a 
series of short stories with Atlantic City as the 
setting, — interesting, well told, and true to the rather 
complex life which such a resort offers to its perma- 
nent residents. 

New York. A. L. Burt Co. 241 pp. Ctoth. 

Widdemer Margaret. A minister of grace. 
We have here a series of stories, rather than a novel, 
each story bringing out the traits of the old lovable 
minister, Uncle Andrew Blanton, who can deal wisely, 
yet kindly, with the knotty problems which beset 
society. 

1922, New York, Harcourt, Brace & Co. 286 pages. $1.75. 

Widdemer Margaret. A tree with a bird 
in it. A little book of parodies in which the versatile 
author "takes off" in a deliciously humorous vein, 
fifty-six contemporary poets, showing how they 
would write of her grackle in the pear tree outside her 
window. Anyone fond of modern poetry ^^ill find 
this book a joy. 

New York, 1922. Harcourt. Brace & Co. 102 pages. $1.60. 

Widdemer, Margaret. Winona on her own. 
Another volume in the Camp Fire Girl Series will be 
welcome to all those who have followed Winona 
Merriam in her career. After working as counsellor 
in a girls' camp, we find her in a settlement house in 
New York City. Girls will find as much interest as 
ever in following Winona and her friends. 

Philadelphia, 1922, J. B. Lippincott Co. 307 pages. $1.75. 

Guide to the Use of Libraries. A Manual 
for College and University Students, by 
Margaret Hutchins, Alice S. Johnson, and Margaret 
S. Williams. 

This book is designed as a text-book for college 
courses in the use of libraries and books. It is a 
second edition of a manual published in 1920 for the 
students in the University of Illinois. 

There are chapters on general library practice, 
annoted lists on basic reference works, suggestions on 
the use of books. 

New York, H. W. Wilson Co., 1922. 227 pages. $1^. 



ONE -ACT PLAYS 

(A Bibliography) 

»mpiled by Lester Raines, Assistant Professor of Public Speaking, Iowa State College, Ames, 
Iowa, formerly Director of the Pitt Players, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

This list was first prepared in mimeograph form for my classes in Play Production at the University of 
ttsburgh and Iowa State College and was completed during the summer of 1922 in the University of Illinois 
brary. Miss Anne Boyd of the University of Illinois Library School faculty first suggested the compilation 
such a list for general use. The list which follows is not intended to be select, but complete, with the exception 
of paper-bound plays handled by such play publishers as Samuel French and Walter H. Baker. The cheapest 
and best edition is listed in all cases where there are more than one edition of the same collection. Only those 
nger plays which chance to be included in the volumes of one-act plays are included. All plays are in one 
t unless otherwise indicated. The prices given are taken from publishers' catalogs. The numbers after 
ch title indicate the number of characters: (m — male; f-female; j-juvenile; b-boy, and g-girl). 

SELECT LIST OF REFERENCE BOOKS FOR THE Johnson, Oertrude E. Choosing a play. 1920. Cen- 

TEACHER OR DIRECTOR tury. 177 pp. $1.35. 

Clark, Barrett H. How to produce amateur plays. Lewis, B. Roland. The technique of the one-act play. 

1917. Little, Brown. 144 pp. $1.75. 1918. Luce. 272 pp. $1.76. 



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Krows, Arthur E. Play production in America. 1916. 
Holt. 414 pp. $2.25. 

Stratton, Clarence. Producing in little theatres. 
1921. Holt. 258 pp. $2.90. 

Taylor, Emerson. Practical stage direction for ama- 
teurs. 1916. Dutton. 194 pp. $2.00. 



ONE-ACT PLAYS 

Aldis, Mary. Plays for small stages. 1915. Duffield. 
$1.25. 
Mrs. Pat and the Law (2m 2f lb). 
Extreme unction (Im 4f). 
The drama class at Tankaha, Nev. (2m 9f). 
The letter (2m lb). 
Temperament (Im 2f). 

Atlantic Book of Modern Plays. S. A. Leonard, 
(compiler). 1921. Atlantic Mo. Pub. Co. 324 pp. 
$1.50. 

Bottomley, G. Riding to Lithend (9m 9f extras). 

Brighouse, H. Lonesomelike (2m 2f). 

Chapin, H. Philosopher of Butterbiggins (2m If lb). 

Dix, B. M. Captain of the gate (6m). 

Dunsany, Lord. Fame and the poet (2m If). 

Ferguson, J. A. Campbell of Kilmhor (4m 2f). 

Galsworthy, J. The sun (2m If). 

Gregory, A. Spreading the news (7m 3f). 

Mackaye, P. Gettysburg (Im If). 

Middleton, G. Tides (2m If). 

O'Neill, E. He (5m If). 

Parkhurst, W. The beggar and the king (3m). 

Saunders, L. The knave of hearts (8m 2f 6j). 

Synge, J. M. Riders to the sea (Im 3f extras). 

Yeats, W. B. Land of heart's desire (3m 3f). 

Bangs, J. K. The bicyclers and three other farces. 
1906. Harper. 176 pp. $1.25. 
The bicyclers (4m 3f). 
A dramatic evening (4m 3f). 
The fatal message (5m 4f) . 
A proposal under difficulties (2m 2f). 

. The real thing and three other farces. 1909. 

Harper. $1.25. 
Barrington's "at home" (2m 2f). 
The real thing (2m 6f). 
The return of Christmas (4m 3f). 
The side show (8m 3f). 

Baring, Maurice. Diminutive dramas. 1911. Hough- 
ton. 224 pp. $1.25. (also an English edition — 
Martin Seeker, London). 

Catherine Parr (2m If). 

The drawback (Im If). 

Pious Aeneas (3m If). 

The death of Alexander (4m 2f). 

The Greek vase (2m). 

The fatal rubber (2m 2f). 

The rehearsal (11m). 

The blue harlequin (3m If). 

The member for literature (5m extras). 

Caligula's picnic (10 m extras). 

The Aulus difficulty (3m 3f). 

Don Juan's failure (Im 2f). 

Calpurnia's dinner-party (2m If). 

Lucullus's dinner-party (3m 3f). 

The stoic's daughter (5m 3f). 

After Euripides "Electra" (7m 5f). 

Jason and Medea (Im 2f). 

King Alfred and the neat-herd (2m If). 

Rosamund and Eleanor (3f). 

Ariadne in Naxos (2m 2f). 

Velasques and the "Venus" (2m If). 

Xantippe and Socrates (Im If). 

Barker, Granville. Three short plays. 1917. Little. 
Brown. 86 pp. $1.60. 
Farewell to the theatre (Im If). 
Rococo (3m 3f). 
Vote by ballot (3m 2f). 



Barrie, James M. Echoes of the war. 1919. Scrit 

ners. 188 pp. $1.75. 
A well-remembered voice (2m 2f ) . 
Barbara's wedding (3m If) . 
The new word (2m 2f). 
The old lady shows her medals (Im 5f). 

. Half hours. 1914. Scribners. 207 pp. $1.71 

Pantaloon (3m If Ij). 
Rosalind (Im 2f). 
The twelve pound look (2m 2f). 
The will (6m If). 
Beach, Louis. Four one-act plays. 1921. Brentanc 

96 pp. $1.25. 
Brothers (3m). 
The clod (4ra If). 
Guest for dinner (4m). 
Love among the lions (2m 2f). 
Bechhofer, C. E. (trans.) Five Russian plays. 19H 

Dutton. 173 pp. $1.25. 
Chekov, A. The jubilee (5m 2f extras). 

. The wedding (9m 3f). 

Evrinov, N. Beautiful despot (5m 3f). 

. A merry death (4m If). _ 

Ukrainka, L. The Babylonian captivity (Im 7either). 
von Vizen, D. Choice of a tutor (5m 3f). 
Beith, John H. The crimson cocoanut and other 

plays. 1913. Baker, pap. $ .50. 
A late delivery (2m 2f). 
The crimson cocoanut (4m 2f). 
The missing card (2m 2f). 
Benavente, Jacinto. Plays. 1917. First Series. 

Scribner. $2.60. 
Contains His widow's husband (2m 6f), and the long 

plays — The evildoers of good (2 acts, 8m 7f), 

La Malguerida (3 acts, 6m 9f), and Bonds of interest 

(3 acts, 13m 6f). 
. Plays. 1919. Second series. Scribner. $2.50. 

Contains No smoking (2m 2f), and the long plays — 

Princess Bebe (4 acts, 11m lOf 2b Ig), Autumnal 

roses (3 acts, 3m 6f), and The governor's wife 

(3 acts, 18m lOf). 
. The smile of Mona Lisa (5m). 1915. Four 

Seas. 34 pp. $1.00. 
Bennett, Arnold. Polite farces for the drawing room. 

1912. Doran. 97 pp. $1.00. 
A good woman (2m If). 
A question of sex (2m 2f ) . 
The stepmother (2m 2f). 
Bottomley, Gordon. Laodice and Danae (Im 5f). 

1916. Four Seas. 48 pp. $1.00. 
Brand, Alfred. The infernal masculine and other 

comedies. 1919. Cornhill Co. 106 pp. $1.25. 
Did it really happen? (3m 2f). 
The infernal masculine (Im 3f). 
Three is company (3 m 2f). 
Brown, Alice. Nine one-act plays. 1921. Mac- 

millan. 235 pp. $2.25. 
A March wind (2m If Ig). 
The crimson lake (8m). 
Doctor auntie (2m 2f). 
The hero (3m If). 
Joint owners in Spain (4f ) . 
The loving cup (4m 9f) . 
Milly dear (2m 2f). 
The sugar house (4m 2f). 
The web (3m 2f). 
Brunner, Emma B. Bits of background. 1919. 

Knopf. 120 pp. $1.00. 
Making a man (2m 2f). 
Over age (Im 4f). 
The spark of life (2m 2f). 
Strangers (2m If). 
Bynner, W. A book of plays. 1922. Knopf. $2.{ 
A night wind. 
Cycle. 

The little king. 
Tiger. 

Iphigenia in Taurus. 
Cabell, James B. The jewel merchants (2m If). 

Robt. McBride & Co. 62 pp. $1.50. 



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Cameron, Margaret. Comedies in miniature. 1903. 
Doubleday. 375 pp. $1.25. 
The burglar (5f). 
A Christmas chime (2m 2f ) . 
Committee on matrimony (Im If). 
Her neighbor's creed (Im If). 
The kleptomaniac (7f). 
Miss Boulton's orchids (3m 3f). 
The pipe of peace (Im 2f). 

Cannan, Gilbert. Everybody's husband (Im 5f). 

1919. Huebsch. 35 pp. $.75. 
. Four plays. 1913. Sidgwick & Jackson, London. 

84 pp. 

James and John (3m If). 

Short ways with authors (7m If). 

Mary's wedding (2m 3f). 

Miles Dixon (two acts, 3m 2f). 

Cauldwell, Samuel M. Chocolate cake and black 
sand. 1917. Putnam. 150 pp. $1.50. 
Chocolate cake and black sand (Im 3f). 
The invention of the ratrap (3m If). 
Undoing of Giant Hotstuff (3m If). 

Clark, Barrett H. {compiler). Representative one-act 
plays by British and Irish authors. 1921. Little, 
Brown. 477 pp. $3.00. 

Baker, Eliz. Miss Tassey (5f). 

Barker, G. Rococo (3m 3f). 

Bennett, A. The stepmother (2m 2f). 

Brighouse, H. Lonesomelike (2m 2f). 

Cannan, G. James and John (3m If). 

Downs, O. Maker of Dreams (2m If). 

Dunsany, Lord. Golden doom (11m If). 

Ervine, S. J. G. Magnanimous lover (3m 2f). 

Fenn, F., and Pryce, R. 'Op o' me thumb (Im 5f). 

Gordon-Lennox, C. Impertinence of the creature. 

Gregory, A. Spreading the news (7m 3f) (Im If). 

Houghton, S. Fancy free (2m 2f). 

Housman, L. The snowman (3m 2f). 

Jones, H. A. The goal (4m 2f). 

Pinero, A. Widow of Wasdale head (5m If) . 

Robins, Gert. Makeshift (2m 2f). 

Sutro, A. Man in the stalls (2m If). 

Synge, J. M. Riders to the sea (Im 3f extras). 

Wilde, O. Salome (11m 2f extras). 

Yeats, W. B. Land of Hearts Desire (3m 2f). 



old Japan. 1921. 



Clem.ents, C. C. Seven plays of 
Stratford Co., Boston. $2.00. 
By the Sumida river. 
The cherry-blossom river. 
The father. 
Growing old together. 
Life is a dream. 
A man and his wife. 
The star dust path. 



Cohen, Helen L. {compiler). One-act plays by modern 
authors. 1921. Harecourt, Brace. 324 pp. $1.60. 
Brighouse, H. Maid of France (3m 2f). 
Downs, O. Maker of dreams (2m If) . 
Dowson, F. Pierrot of the minute (Im If). 
Dunsany, Lord. A night at an inn (8m). 
Egerton, A. Masque of the two strangers (4m lOf). 
Galsworthy, J. The little man (9m 2f). 
Gregory, Lady A. Spreading the news (7m 3f). 
Mackaye, P. Gettysburg (Im If). 
Maeterlinck, M. The intruder (4m 4f). 
Marks, J. Welsh honeymoon (2m 3f). 
Milne, A. A. Wurzel-Flummery (3m 3f). 
Peabody, J. P. Fortune and men's eyes (7m 2f lb). 
Rogers, R. E. The boy will (3m 2f). 
Synge, J. M. Riders to the sea (Im 3f extras). 
Tarkington, B. Beauty and the Jacobin (3m 2f). 
Young, S. Twilight saint (2m 2f). 



Cook, Alice Carter. 

Four Seas. $1.50. 



Michal (6m 3f extras). 1922. 



Cook, Marjorie B. Dramatic Episodes. 1904. C. H. 
Sergei Co., Chicago. 181 pp. 
A court comedy (Im 2f). 
A dinner with complications (3m 3f). 
The child in the house (4f Ig). 
The confessional (2m If). 
Lady Betty's burglar (2m If). 
The lion and the lady (Im If). 
Manners and modes (9f). 
Reform (2f). 
Success (Im If). 
When love is young (Im 3f). 

Dargan, Olive, and Peterson, F. Flutter of gold leaf 
and other plays. 1922. Scribner. 114 pp. $1.50. 
Every child (7m 2f 4g 4b extra children) . 
The flutter of the gold leaf (4m 2f). 
The journey (3m 2f). 
Two doctors at Akragas (2m If). 

Dell, Floyd. King Arthur's socks and other village 
Plays. 1922. Knopf. 234 pp. $2.00. 
Human nature (2 either). 
Chaste adventures of Joseph (3m 2f). 
The angel intrudes (3m If). 
Legend (Im If). 
Sweet and twenty (3m If). 
A long time ago (3m 2f). 
Enigma (Im If). 
King Arthur socks (Im 3f). 
Rim of the world (2m 2f). 
Ibsen revisited (Im 3f). 
Poor Harold (Im If). 

Denison, Emily H. The little mother of the slums. 
1915. The Gorham Press, Boston. 133 pp. $1.00. 
The dawn of music (2f). 
Dolly Madison's afternoon tea (6f). 
Duped (3m 2f). 
My friends in town (Im 2f). 
The little mother of the slums (6m 5f). 
The mystery of Beacon hill (2 m 2f Ig). 
The yeggman (3m 2f). 

Diz, Beulah M. Allison's lad and other martial 
interludes. 1910. Holt. 214 pp. $1.60. 
Allison's lad (6m). 
The captain of the gate (5m lb). 
The dark of the dawn (4m). 
The hundredth trick (3m lb). 
The snare and the fowler (3m). 
The weakest link (4m) . 

The Drama is to publish sometime a collection of 
plays from the Drama magazine. The publication 
date has been postponed indefinitely. 59 E. Van 
Buren Street, Chicago, Illinois. 

Dreiser, Theodore. Plays of the natural and super- 
natural. 1916. Lane. 228 pp. $2.00. 
The girl in the coffin (4m 3f). 
Old ragpicker (4m If). 
The blue sphere (4m 2f 2j). 
Laughing gas (6m 2f). 
In the dark (11m 4f). 
The spring recital (9m 9f ) . 
Light in the window (9m 7f). 

Drinkwater, John. Pawns, four poetic plays. 1920. 
Houghton Mifflin. 89 pp. $1.50. 
Cophetua (7m 2f). 

X- O- A night of the Trojan War (8m). 
The god of quiet (3m) . 
The storm (2m 3f). 

Dunsany, Lord. Five plays. 1917. Little, Brown. 
118 pp. $1.65. 
The gods of the mountains (10m extras). 
The glittering gate (2m). 
The golden doom (11m If). 



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Dunsany, Lord. — Continued. 

King Argimenes and the unknown warrior (10m 4f). 

The lost silk hat (5m). 

. Plays of Gods and Men. 1914. Luce. 206 pp. 

$1.75. 

The laughter of the gods (9m 4f). 

A night at an inn (8m) . 

The queen's enemies (9m 2f ) . 

The tents of the arabs (5m If). 
Duran, Leo. Plays of old Japan. 1921. Thos. 
Seltzer. 128 pp. $2.50. 

The diamyo (5m 2f). 

Forsaken love (13m 5f extras). 

The hands in the box (2m llf 2j extras). 

The honor of Danzo (3m If extras). 

The horns (2m 3f). 
Elkins, F. B. Three tremendous trifles. 1919. Duf- 
field. 118 pp. $1.50. 

The Belgian baby (2m 2f). 

Figuratively speaking (3m 2f). 

The quick and the dead (5m If) . 
Eliot, Samuel A., Jr. (comp.). Little theater classics. 

Vol. I. 1918. Little Brown. 278 pp. $2.00. 

Vol. II. 1920. Little Brown. 235 pp. $2.00. 

Vol. III. 1921. Little Brown. 230 pp. $2.00. 

Vol. IV. 1922. Little Brown. 281 pp. $2.00. 

I. Euripides. Poljrxena (3m 5f 14f, extras). 

Marlowe. Dr. Faustus (24m 9f). 

Beaumont and Fletcher. Ricardo and Viola 

(14m 4f). 
Sheridan. The scheming lieutenant (5m 2f 

soldiers). 

II. Patelin. (4m If extras). 

Abraham and Isaac (5m 3b monks and choir). 
Middleton and Rowley. Loathed lover (11m 2f). 
Moliere. Sganarelle (6m 4f). 

III. Bushido (16m3f 9b). 

Peele. The old wife's tale (22m 9f). 
Shakespeare. Perciles (25m lOf). 
Ford. The Duchess of Pavy (7m 4f). 

IV. The martyrdom of Ali (13m 5f 4b extras). 
Shakuntala (2 acts 15m llf lb extras). 

All for love (6m 4f 2g extras) . 
The wandering scholar from paradise (2m If). 
Ellis, Mrs. Havelock. Love in danger. 1915. Hough- 
ton. 88 pp. $.75. 
The mothers (Im 2f). 
The pixy (3 m). 

The subjection of Kezda (2m If). 
Ervine, St. John G. Four Irish plays. 1914. Mac- 
millan. 117 pp. $1.25. 
The critics (5m). 
The magnanimous lover (3m 2f). 
Mixed marriage (4m 2f). 
The Orangeman (3m If). 
FenoUosa, Ernest, and Pound, Ezra. The Noh. 
1916. Macmillan & Co. 268 pp. $3.00. 
Sotaba Komachi. 
Kayoi Komachi (3). 
Suma Genji (3). 

Kumasaka (3), Shojo Tamura Tseunemasa. 
Nishikigi (3), Kinuta (4), Hagoroma (3), Kagekiyo 

(4). 
Awoi no Uye, Katitsubata (2), Chorio (3), Genjo (6). 
Fitzmaurice, George. Five plays. 1917. Little. 203 
pp. $1.25. 
The country dressmaker (3 acts, 6m 6f). 
The pie-dish (4m If). 
The magic glasses (3m 3f). 
The dandy dolls (7m 2f). 
The moonlighter (4 acts, 10m 6f extras). 
France, Anatol. The man who married a dumb wife 

(14m 4f). 1915. Lane. 73 pp. $1.25. 
Frank, Maude Morrison. Short plays about famous 
authors. 1915. Holt. 144 pp. $1.25. 
A mistake at the manor (Goldsmith) (4m 2f). 
When Heine was 21 (6m 2f). 
Miss Burney at court (3m 3f) . 
A Christmas eve with Dickens (2m 3f). 
The fairies' plea (2m 5f extras). 



Gale, Zona. The Neighbors (2m 6f). 1920. Huebsch. 

67 pp. $.50. 
Galsworthy, John. Six short plays. 1921. Scribner. 
142 pp. $1.25. 

Defeat (Im If). 

The first and the last (2m If). 

Hallmarked (6m 4f). 

The little man (9m 2f). 

Punch and go (8m 2f). 

The sun (2m If). 
Gerstenberg, Alice. Ten one-act plays. 1921. Bren- 
tano. 256 pp. $2.00. 

Attuned (If). 

Beyond (If). 

The buffer (2m 3f Ij). 

Fourteen (Im 2f). 

He said and she said (2m 2f). 

Hearts (4f). 

Illuminatti in drama libre (Im If). 

Overtones (4f). 

The pot boiler (5m 2f). 

The unseen (Im 2f). 
Gibson, Wilfred W. Daily bread, dramatic poems. 
1916. Macmillan. 183 pp. $1.75. 

The house of candles (3f). 

On the road (2m If). 

The betrothed (2f). 

The first born (Im If). 

The family pride (4f). 

The garret (Im If). 

The shirt (Im If). 

The mother (Im 3f). 

The furnace (Im If). 

The child (Im If). 

The night shift (4f). 

Agatha Steel (2f). 

Mates (Im 2f). 

The operation (Im 2f). 

The call (2m If). 

The wound (Im 2f). 

Summer dawn (7m If). 

Holiday (Im 3f). 
Glaspell, Susan. Plays. 1920. Small, Maynard. 
$2.00. 

Bernice (3 acts 2m 2f). 

Close the book (3m 5f). 

The outside (3m 2f). 

The people (10m 2f). 

Suppressed desires (Im 2f). 

Tickless time (2m 4f). 

Trifles (3m 2f). 

Woman's honor (3m 6f). 
Goldberg, Isaac (editor). Plays of the Yiddish theater. 
1916. Volume I. Luce. 210 pp. $1.50. 

Asch, S. Winter (Im 6f). 

Hirschbein, P. In the dark (3m 2f). 

Pinski, D. Abigail (9m If). 

. Forgotten souls (Im 2f). 

Rabinovitch, S. J. She must marry a doctor (3m 4f). 

1918. Luce. 197 pp. $1.50. 
Hirschbein, P. On the threshold (4m 2f). 
Kobrin, L. The black sheep (3m 2f). 

. The secret of life (2m If). 

Levin, Z. Poetry and prose (Im If). 
Pinski, D. Little heroes (6m). 

. The stranger (9m 6f). 

Goodman, Kenneth S. Quick curtains. 1915. Stage 
Guild, Chicago. 261 pp. 

Back of the yards (3m 2f). 

Barbara (2m If). 

Dancing dolls (4m 7f). 

Dust of the road (4m 4f). 

The game of chess (4m). 

Ephraim and the winged bear (4m 3f). 

A man can only do his best (6m 2f ) . 
Gordon, Leon. Gentleman Ranker and other plays. 

1919. Four Seas. 128 pp. $1.50. 
As a pal (2m 2f). 

Gentleman ranker (9m If extras). 
Leave the woman out (3 m). 



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Gould, Felix. Three plays. 1918. Four Seas. 47 pp. 
$1.00. 
In the marshes (2m If). 
The marsh maiden (2m 2f extras) . 
The stranger (2m 2f). 

Graham, Bertha N. Spoiling the broth. 1913. 
French. 
Land of the "free" (2m 3f). 
Little red box (Im If). 
Oh, the press (Im If). 
Pitch and toss (Im 2f). 
The rose with the thorn (2m 2f). 
Spoiling the broth (2m 2f). 
Taffy's wife (2m If). 

Greene, Clay M. The Dispensation and other plays. 
1914. Doran. 96 pp. 
Awakening of Barbizon (4m If). 
The dispensation (4m). 
The star of Bethlehem (5m). 
Thru Christmas bells (4m If). 

Gregory, Lady Augusta. The image and other plays. 
1922. Putnam. 253 pp. $2.00. 
The image (3 acts, 5m 2f). 
Hanrahan's oath (3m 3f). 
Shanwalla (3 acts, 8m, If, lb, 2g). 
The wrens (4m If). 

. New comedies. 1913. Putnam. $2.00. 

The bogie man (2 m). 
Coats (4m If). 
Darner's gold (4m If). 
The full moon (2m). 
McDonough's wife (Im 2f). 

. Seven short plays. 1909. Putnam. 211 pp. 

$2.00. 
Hyacinth Halvey (3m 3f). 
The gaol gate (Im 2f). 
The jackdaw (4m 2f). 
The rising of the moon (4m). 
Spreading the news (7m 3f). 
The traveling man (Im 2f). 
The workhouse ward (2m If). 

Guild, Thatcher Howard. The power of a god. 

1919. University of Illinois Press, Urbana. 151 

pp. $1.25. 
The class of '56 (5m). 
The higher good (10m). 
The portrait (7m 2f). 
The power of a god (3m If). 



Hamilton, Cosmo. Short plays for small stages. 
Methuen & Co. London. 310 pp. 
St. Martin's summer (Im 2f). 
Soldiers' daughters (3f). 
Toller's wife (4m If). 
Why cupid came to earl's court (3m 4f). 



1911. 



Plays of the 47 workshop. {Ed. 
First Series. 1918. Brentano. 



Harvard University. 

G. P. Baker.) 

113 pp. $1.25. 
Field, R. L. Three pills in a bottle (5m 3f). 
Osborne, H. The good men do (3m 5f). 
Pillot, E. Two crooks and a lady (3m 3f). 
Presser, W. Free speech (7m). 

. Second series. 1920. Brentano. $1.25. 

Halman, D. The playroom (2m 4f). 
Hinkley, E. H. Flitch of bacon (5m If). 
Lindau, N. S. Cooks and cardinals (4m 2f). 
Raisbeck, K. Torches (5m If). 

. Third series. 1922. Brentanos. 92 pp. $1.25. 

Bray, Louise W. Mis' Henry (2m 2f lb). 
Ketchum, A. The other one (3m). 
Kister. M. A. The hard heart (5m 3f lb). 
Mausley, W. F. The crowsnest (3m). 

— . Plays of the Harvard dramatic club. {Ed. G. P. 
Baker.) First series. 1918. Brentano. $1.25. 



Harvard University. — Continued. 

Andrews, K. America passes by (2ra 2f). 

Brock. H. The bank account (Ira 2f). 

Hawkbridge, W. The florist shop (3m 20- 

Smith, Rita C. The rescue (3f). 
.Second series. 1919. Brentano. 100 pp. $1.25. 

Bates, E. W. Garafelia's husband (4m 2f extras). 

Bishop, F. The scales and the sword (6m If). 

Bray, L. W. Harbor of lost ships (3m If). 

Kinkead, C. The four flushers (3m 2f). 
Haslett, H. H. Dolores of the Sierra, etc. 1917. 
Elder. 97 pp. $1.25. 

Dolores of the Sierra (Im If). 

The inventor (2m If). 

A modern menace (3m If Ij). 

The scoop (2m If). 

Undercurrents (4 m 2f). 

When love is blind (Im If). 

Heidenstein, Vemer von. The birth of God (7m If. 
extras). 1920. Four seas. 32 pp. $1.25. 

. The soothsayer (4m 3f extras). 1919. Four seas. 

48 pp. $1.25. 

Henslowe, Leonard. Plays. 1913. Stanley Paul, 
London. IsQd. 
A hero for a husband. 
People from the past. 
Perfidious marriage. 

Hill, F. T. High school farces. 1920. Stokes. 106 pp. 
$1.00. 
Dinner's served (4m If). 
The heathen chinee (5m If). 
A knotty problem (6m 2f). 

Hofmansthal, Hugo H. von. Death and the fool 
(4m 2f). 1914. Four seas. 45 pp. $1.50. 

. The death of Titian (9m If). 

27 pp. $1.00. 

. Madonna Dionora (Im 2f). 

$1.50. 

Holley, Horace. Read aloud plays. 1916. Kenner- 
ley, N. Y. 133 pp. $1.00. 
Her happiness (Im If). 
A modern prodigal (2m). 
The incompatibles (2m If). 
The genius (2m). 
The telegram (2m). 
Rain (3m 2f). 
Pictures (2m If). 
His luck (2f). 

Houghton, Stanley, G. Five one-act plays. 1913. 
French. $0.75. 
The dear departed (3 m 3f). 
Fancy free (2m 2f). 
The fifth commandment (2m 2f). 
The master of the house (4m 2f). 
Phipps (2m If). 

Housman, Lawrence. Angels and ministers. Four 
plays of Victorian shade. 1922. Harecourt, Brace. 
150 pp. $1.50. 
The comforter (3m 2f). 
His favorite flower (2m If). 
Possession (2m 5f). 
The Queen: God bless her (3m If). 

Howard, Katherine. Two plays and a rhapsody. 
1916. Four seas. 82 pp. $1.00. 
The house of future (3m 3f). 
The house of life (2m If). 
A rhapsody (monologue). 

Howells, W. D. The mousetrap and other farces. 
1909. Harper. 150 pp. $1.50. 
The garroters (3m 2f). 
Five o'clock tea (6m 7f) . 
The mouse-trap (Im 5f). 
A likely story (2m 4f). 



1920. Four seas. 



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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF H. G. WELLS' **OUTLINE OF HISTORY'' 

Compiled by Irene Gentry, Public Library, Kansas City, Mo. 

This bibliography gives an author and title list of references, arranged alphabetically by author under the 
Chapter Subjects, It was compiled from the original English edition, which appeared in twenty-four parts. 
Additions are made from the one-volume Cassell edition, and the two-volume edition published by Macmillan. 
When "1 vol. Eng." or "2 vols." are added after an entry these editions are referred to. 

An asterisk (*) prefixed to certain lines means "not located in indexes." 

Introduction 
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Browning, Oscar. General history of the world. 1 vol. 

Eng. 
Cowan, A. R. Master clues in world history. 1 vol. 

Eng. 
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Eng. 
Gould, F. J. History, the supreme subject in the 

instruction of the young. (Pamphlet.) 
Helmolt, H. F. World's history. 
Marvin, F. S. Living past. 
Ratzel, Friedrich. History of mankind. 
Reade, Winwood. Martyrdom of man. 1 vol. Eng. 
Robinson, J. H. Medieval and modern times. 
Semple, E. C. Influence of geographical environment. 
WiUiams, H. S., ed. Historians' history of the world. 
1 vol. Eng. 

Earth in Space and Time 
Lull, R. S., ed. Evolution of the earth and its inhabi- 
tants. (Contributions by Prof. Burrell and Prof. 
L. L. Woodruff.) 

Record of the Rocks 
Church, A. H. Botanical memoirs. (183 Oxford 

Univ. Pr.) 2 vols. 
Holmes, Arthiu:. Age of the earth. 
Osborn, H. F. Origin and evolution of life. 
Strabo. Geography. 

Natural Selection 
*£vans. Sudden appearance of the Cambrian fauna. 
2 vols. 

Changes in the World's Climate 
Ball, Sir R. S. Causes of the great ice age. 
CroU, James. Climate and time. 
Wright, W. B. Quaternary ice age. 
Age of Reptiles 
Britannica. Cephalopoda, by J. T 



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Encyclopedia 

Cunningham. 
Hutchinson, H. N. Extinct monsters and 

of other days. 2 vol. 
Knipe, H. R. Evolution in the past. 

. From nebula to man. 

Osborn, H. F. Age of mammals. 

Stopes, Dr. Marie. Monograph on the constitution 

of coal. 

Age of Mammals 
Alpen in Eiszeitalters VIII. 
Geological Soc. of Amer., Bulletin of. Climatic 

oscillations. Vol. 26. 

Ancestry of Man 
Amer. Jr. of Physical Anthropology. 

by G. S. Miller. 
Darwin, Charles. Descent of man. 
*Guide to the fossil remains of 

Museum pamphlet). 2 vols. 
Jones, F. W. Arboreal man. 
Keith, Dr. Arthur. Antiquity of man. 
Lankester, Sir E. R. Science from an easy chair. 
Mason, O. T. Origins of invention. 
Osborn, H. F. Men of the old stone age. 
Parkyn, E. A. History of prehistoric art. 
Reinach, Solomon. Repertoire de I'art quaternaire. 
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4, by Sir E. R. Lankester. 
Smith, W. G. Man, the primeval savage. 
SoUas, W. J. Ancient hunters. 

Spurrell, H. G. F. Modern man and his forerunners. 
Wright, W. B. Quaternary ice age. 



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Neanderthal Men 
Atkinson, J. J. Primal law. 
Avebury, Lord J. L. Prehistoric times. 
Hopf, Ludwig. Human species. 
Lang, Andrew. Social origins. 

Roth, H. L., and Butler, M. E. Aborigines of Tas- 
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Smith, Elliot. Primitive man. Proc. British Acad., 

Vol. 7. 2 vols. 
Smith, W. G. Man, the primeval savage. 
SoUas, W. J. Ancient hunters. 2 vols. 
Wright, W. B. Quaternary ice age. 
First True Men 
Hrdlicka, Ales. Smithsonian Inst. Bureau of American 

Ethnology, Bulletin 33. 2 vols. 
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Osborn, H. F. Men of the old stone age. 
Roth, H. L., and Butler, M. E. Aborigines of Tas- 
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Smith, Elliot. Primitive man. 
SoUas, W. J. Ancient hunters. 

Spurrell, H. G. F. Modern man and his forerunners. 
Wright, W. B. Quaternary ice age. 

Neolithic Man in Europe 
Avebury, Lord J. L. Prehistoric times. 
Browne, Jukes. Building of the British Isles. 
Cambridge Medieval History. Vol.1. Planned by 

J. B. Bury. 
Cox, Hippisley. Green roads of England. 
Deniker, Joseph. Races of man. 
Frazer, J. G. Golden bough. 
*Gowland, William. Metals in antiquity. (Huxley 

lecture, 1912.) 
Holmes, Rice. Ancient Britain. 
Keane, A. H. Man, past and present. 
Mason, O. T. Origins of invention. 
*Monteliu. Congres Internal d'Anthrop. 
Ridgeway, William. Early age of Greece. 
Schrader, Otto, tr. by Jevons, F. B. Prehistoric 

antiquities of the Aryan peoples. 
Smithsonian Inst. Bureau of American Ethnology, 

Bulletin 33. By Ales Hrdlicka. 
Wright, W. B. Quaternary ice age. 2 vols. 

Later Postglacial Palaeolithic Men 
Spurrell, H. C. F. Modern man and his forerunners. 

Early Thought 
Allen, Grant. Evolution of the idea of God. 
Atkinson, J. J. Primal law. 
Bateman, Thomas. Ten years' digging in Celtic 

and Saxon gravehills. 
*Crawley, A. E. Tree of life. 
Fraser, Sir J. G. Belief in immortality. 2 vols. 
Freud, Sigismund. Totem and taboo. Resemblances 
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Glasfurd, A. I. R. Rifle and romance in the Indian 

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Hopf, Ludwig. The human species. 
Jung, C. G. Psychology of the unconscious. Tr 

B. M. Hunckle. 2 vols. 
Tylor, E. B. Primitive culture. 

Races of Mankind 
Blunt, W. S. My diaries. 
Fowler, W. W. Ancient Italy and modern Borneo. 

2 vols. 
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Petrie, Flinders. Migrations. (Huxley lecture, 1906.) 
Rivers, W. H. R. Sun cult and Megaliths in Oceana. 

2 vols. 
Smith, Elliot. Migrations of early culture. 

Languages of Mankind 
Butler, Samuel. Note books. 2 vols. 
Encyclopedia Britannica. Caspian. By Ratzel. 

. Grammar. By Sir A. Houtum-Schindler. 

. Japan. By Frank Brinkley. 

Evans, Sir Arthur. Anthropology and the classics. 
♦Farrand, Max. American nation. (Development 

of the United States.) 
Hirth, Frederich. Ancient history of China. 
Hutchinson, H. W. Living races of mankind. 
Johnston, Sir H. H. Comparative study of the Bantu 
and Semi-Bantu languages. 

. Opening up of Africa. 

Payne, E. J. History of the new world called America. 
Waley, Arthur. 170 Chinese poems. Essay preceding. 

Aryan- Speaking Peoples 
Basu, Bhupendranath. Some aspects of Hindu life 
in India. (Paper read to Royal Society of Arts, 
Nov. 28, 1918.) 
Beowulf. 2 vols. 
Homer. Iliad. 2 vols. 

. Odyssey. 2 vols. 

MacNeill, Eom. Phases in Irish history. 2 vols. 
Malory, Sir Thomas. Morte d'Arthur. 2 vols. 
Nibelungenlied. 2 vols. 

*Perry. Ethnological study of warfare. Vol. IV. 
Rhys, Sir John, and Jones, Sir D. B. The Welsh 

people. 
Schrader, Otto. Prehistoric antiquities of the Aryan 

peoples. Tr. by F. B. Jevons. 
Tain, The. 
Tennyson, Alfred. Idylls of the King. 2 vols. 

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*Chao-Liang-Chi. China and the league of nations. 
♦Crabtree, Rev. W. Journal of the African Society. 
Hall, H. R. H. Ancient history of the Near East. 2 vols. 
Helmolt, H. F. World's history. Article by Winckler. 
Johnston, Sir H. H. Africa. 
Ratzel, Friederich. History of mankind. 
Sayce, A. H. Babylonians and Assyrians. 
Winckler, Hugo. History of Babylonia and Assyria. 

Sea Peoples and Trading Peoples 
Bunbury, E. H. History of ancient geography. Chap- 
ter 8. 
Caesar. De Bello Gallico. 2 vols. 
Evans, Sir Arthur. Prehistoric tombs of Cnossos. 
♦Hall, H. R. H., and King, L. W. Archaeological 

discoveries in Western Asia. 
Hanno. Periphus of Hanno. 
Leaf, Walter. Homer and history. 
Mosso, Angelo. Dawn of Mediterranean civilization. 
Torr, Cecil. Ancient ships. 

Writing 
Encyclopedia Brittanica. China. By R. K. Douglas. 

Gods and Stars, Priests and Kings 
Breasted, J. H. Religion and thought in ancient Egypt. 
Encyclopedia Brittanica. China. By R. K. Doug- 
las. 
Ferguson, W. S. Greek imperialism. 
Frazer, Sir J. G. Golden bough. 
Johnson, Walter. Byeways of British archaeology. 
*Legrain. Le temps des rois d'Ur. 
Lockyer, Sir Norman. Dawn of astronomy. 
Maspero, G. C. C. New light on ancient Egypt. 
*Sharpe, Samuel. Egyptain mythology and Egyptian 
Christianity. (History of Egypt.) 

Serfs, Slaves, Social Classes 
Atkinson, J. J. Primal law. 

. Social life of the Babylonians and Assyrians. 

Austin, Mary. The Flock. 

Breasted, J. H. Religion and thought in ancient 

Egypt. 
Sayce, A. H. Babylonians and Assyrians. 
Torr, Cecil. Ancient ships. 

[To be continued] 



Hebrew Scriptures and Prophets 

Allen, W. A. C. Old Testament prophets. 

Breasted, J. H. Development ot religion and thought 
in ancient Egypt. 

Encyclopedia Biblica. 

Gray, G. B. Critical introduction to the Old Testa- 
ment. 

International Critical Commentary. Deuteron- 
omy. By S. R. Driver. 

Johnston, Sir H. H. The opening-up of Africa. 

Swift, F. H. Education in ancient Egypt from earliest 
times to A. D. 70. 

Greeks and the Persians 

Aristotle. Politics. 

Barker, Ernest. Greek political theory. 

Buck, C. D. Introduction to the study of Greek dialects. 

Bury, J. B. History of Greece. 

Helmolt, H. F. World's history. Winckler in-. 

Herodotus. History. 

♦Meillet, A. Apercu d'une histoire de la langue 

Grecque. 2 vols. 
Murray, Gilbert. Rise of the Greek epic. 
Plato. Republic. 
Pocock, Roger. The horse. 
Ridge way, William. Early age of Greece. 
Zimmern, A. E. Greek commonwealth. 

Greek Thought and Literature 
Abbott, Evelyn. Skeleton outline of Greek history. 
Aristotle. Politics. 

♦Bauer. Vom Griechentum Zum Christentum. 
Burnet, John. Early Greek philosophy. 
♦Gomperz, Theodor. Greek thinkers. 2 vols. 
Grote, George. History of Greece. 
Jung, C. G. Psychology of the unconscious. 2 vols. 
♦Lloyd. Age of Pericles. 
Murray, Gilbert. Ancient Greek literature. 

. Euripides and his age. 

Norwood, Gilbert. Greek tragedy. 2 vols. 
Plato. Laws. 

. Republic. 

Xenophon. Anabasis. 

. Cyropaelia. 

Zimmern, A. E. Greek commonwealth. 

Career of Alexander the Great 
Aristotle. Aeconomica. 
Demosthenes. Phillipics. 2 vols. 
Goldsmith, Oliver. History of Greece. 
Hogarth, D. G. Philip and Alexander of Macedon. 
Plato. Republic. 
Plutarch. Lives. 
Wheeler, B. I. Alexander the Great. 

Science and Religion at Alexandria 
Aristotle. Politics. 
♦Celsus. De Re Medica. 
Cumont, F. V. M. Oriental religions in Roman 

paganism. 
Ferguson, W. S. Hellenistic Athens. 
Legge, James. Forerunners and rivals of Christianity. 
Mahafly, J. P. Greek life and thought. 

. Progress of Hellenism in Alexander's empire. 

Marvin, F. S. Living past. 

Beinach, Salomon. Orpheus; a general history of 

religions. 
♦Tertullian. De anima. 

Rise and Spread of Buddhism 
Davids, Rhys. Buddhism. 

. Burmese chronicle. 

. Madhurattha Vilasini. 

Foucher, A. Beginnings of Buddhist art. Tr. by 

L. A. & F. W. Thomas. 
Giles, H. A. Confucianism and its rivals. 2 vols. 
Hirth, Frederich. Ancient history of China. 
Hue, E. R. Travels in China. Tartary, Tibet. 
Johnston, R. F. Buddhist China. 2 vols. 



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SELECT LIST OF REFERENCES ON PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW 

FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS 
Compiled by Florence C. Bell, Librarian of the U. S. Bureau of Efficiency 

PART V 



SOCIETIES 

66. American society of international law. Conference 

of American teachers of international law, held 
at Washington, D. C, April 23-25, 1914. Wash- 
ington, B. S. Adams, 1914. 83 pp. 

The Preface states, "The conference of 
teachers was held ... in order to consider 
what measures, if any, could properly be taken 
to arouse a greater interest in international 
law where taught in American institutions of 
learning; to secure its introduction in American 
institutions of learning where it is not taught; 
to call attention to its importance to lawyers 
in the practice of their profession; and to 
suggest the advisability of a knowledge of its 
principles for admission to the bar; and to show, 
finally, the necessity of an understanding of 
the subject by the public at large, which in a 
democracy such as ours determines in the 
ultimate resort the foreign policy of the United 
States." 

67. American society of international law. Proceedings. 

V. 1-. 1907-. 

This society was organized June 2, 1905. Its 
constitution was adopted January 12, 1906. 
Article II of the Constitution declares, "The 
object of this society is to foster the study of 
international law and promote the establish- 
ment of international relations on the basis 
of law and justice. For this purpose it will 
co-operate with other societies in this and other 
countries having the same object." A sketch 
of the history of the organization of the society 
is given in the proceedings of the first annual 
meeting. April 19 and 20, 1907. 

Annual meetings have been held in Wash- 
ington, D. C, from the year 1907 through 1917. 
Among the subjects discussed at the eleventh 
annual meeting in 1917 were: The effect of 
democracy on international law; The status 
of armed merchantmen; Some economic con- 
siderations of international organizations; — In- 
ternational organization — Constitution of a 
legislative body; International organization — 
Judicial; International organization — Execu- 
tive and administrative. 

The Proceedings are now published for the 
American Society of International Law by the 
Oxford university press, New York City. 

68. *Carnegie endowment for international peace. 

Year book. 191 1-. 

This association was founded December 14, 

1910. The year book for 1911 includes statement 
of organization and work of the Division of Inter- 
course and Education, Division of Economics 
and History, and Division of International Law. 

The following numbers have been published: 

1911, 1912. 1913-1914, 1915, 1916, 1917, 1918. 
1919. 

69. *Institute of international law. Resolutions of the 

Institute of international law dealing with the law 
of nations, with an historical introduction and 
explanatory notes; collected and translated 
under the supervision of, and edited by, J. B. 
Scott. N. Y., Oxford university press, 1916, 
265 pp. 

"The Institute of International Law is an 
exclusively scientific association without official 
character. Its object is to aid the growth of 
international law." Constitution of the In- 
stitute, Article I. "The first meeting of the 
Institute was held in Ghent in 1873, eleven 
founders were present, twenty-three others could 
not come to the meeting but adhered to the 
project . . . and were declared to be members." 
Introduction. 



"The compilation contains, in additon to 
an historical introduction . . . the constitution 
and by-laws of the Institute, a list of members 
and associates thereof, past and present, and 
the several resolutions of the Institute dealing 
with the law of nations. . . . Preliminary to 
the text of each resolution, the editor has given 
a brief but useful sketch of the history thereof 
in the various sessions of the Institute, with 
full references to the Annuaire." Review, 
by C. C. Hyde, A. J. I. L.. v. 11: 900-901. 1917. 

70 International law association. Report of the 28th 
conference, held in Madrid, October 1-6, 1913. 
London, Richard Flint & co., 1914. 668 pp. 

A sketch of the International Law Associa- 
tion, its object, origin, and work, and the Con- 
stitution are included in this report of the 
association. It was organized in 1873 as the 
Association for the Reform and Codification of 
the law of nations. In 1895 the name was 
changed to International Law Association. The 
first conference was held in Brussels in 1873. 
Since that time conferences have been held in 
various cities. The headquarters of the associ- 
ation is in London. 

71. Scott, James Brown. The American institute of 

international law, its declaration of the rights and 
duties of nations. Washington, American insti- 
tute of international law, 1916. 125 pp. 

The American Institute of International Law 
was founded October 12, 1912; inaugurated 
December 29, 1915; and held its first session in 
the City of Washington, January 6, 1916. 

"The American Institute of International 
Law is an unofficial scientific association. It 
proposes: 1. To give precision to the general 
principles of international law as they now 
exist; 2. To study questions of international 
law . . . ; 3. To discover a method of codifying 
the general or specific principles of international 
law . . . ; 4. To aid in bringing about the 
triumph of the principles of justice and of 
humanity which should govern the relations 
between peoples . . . ; 5. To organize the study 
of international law along truly scientific and 
practical lines . . . ; 6. To contribute ... to- 
ward the maintenance of peace . . . ; 7. To 
increase the sentiment of fraternity among the 
Republics of the American Continent. ' * Consti- 
tution, Article 11. 

"The American Institute of International 
Law, which met at Washington in connection 
with and under the auspices of the Second Pan 
American Scientific Congress, adopted on Janu- 
ary 6, 1916, a Declaration of the Rights and 
Duties of Nations, The declaration differs 
from other projects of a like kind in that it is 
not based . . . upon philosophical principles, but 
is based exclusively upon decisions of the Su- 
preme court of the United States." Foreword. 

TREATIES 

72. Butler, Charles Henry. The treaty-making power 

of the United States. N. Y., Banks law publish- 
ing CO., 1902. 2 V. 

Contains an exhaustive discussion of the 
treaty-making power of the United States as a 
nation, an historical review of the treaty-making 
power of the United States, and the judicial 
decisions affecting the treaty-making power of 
the United States, its extent and application. 

A complete collection of the treaties and 
conventions, and reciprocal regulations at 
present subsisting between Great Britain and 



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^H in council, etc., concerning the same; so far as 

^H they relate to commerce and navigation, the 

^H^ slave trade, postoffice communications, copy- 

^V right, etc.: and to the privileges and interests 

^V of the subjects of the high contracting parties. 

^V Compiled from authentic documents, London, 

IT' 1840-. 

The latest volume published is v. 27, 1917. 

The first volume of this collection was com- 
piled by Lewis Hertslet. The cover title of the 
set is: Hertslet's Commercial Treaties. 

73. Crandall, Samuel Benjamin. Treaties, their making 
and enforcement. 2d ed. Washington, Byrne, 
1916. 663 pp. 

Discusses treaty making in the United States 
prior to the Constitution, the making and 
execution of treaties under the Constitution, the 
treaty making of foreign states, and the operation 
of treaties as between states. Appendix I gives 
A digest of decisions of American courts constru- 
ing treaties, arranged by countries and treaties. 
Appendix II gives the following forms: The 
United States — Full power to sign a treaty. 
Resolution of the Senate advising and consent- 
ing to the ratification, Ratification by the Presi- 
dent, Protocol of Exchange of ratifications, Proc- 
lamation by the President; Great Britain — 
Ratification by the King; France — Ratifica- 
tion by the President, 

74. Gt. Brit. Foreign office. British and foreign state 
papers, 184 1-, 

The latest volume published is v, 110, 1916. 

This compilation contains decrees, notifica- 
tions, treaties, etc., relating to the foreign affairs 
of all nations. It is now published annually. 
The first volume covers the years 1812-1814, 

"This publication is intended to comprise the 
principal documents which have been made 
public, relating to the political and commercial 
affairs of nations, and to their relations with 
each other, from the termination of the war in 
1814 to the latest period," Advertisement in 
volume one, 

75. Oakes, Augustus Henry, and Robert B, Mowat, eds. 
The great European treaties of the nineteenth 
century, with an introduction by Sir H, Erie 
Richards. Oxford, The Clarendon press, 1918. 
403 pp. 

Contents: The restoration of Europe; The 
independence of Greece; The kingdom of Bel- 
gium; Turkey and the Powers of Europe; The 
Danish Duchies; The union of Italy; Austria and 
Prussia; The Grand Duchy of Luxemburg; The 
Franco-German war; Turkey, Russia, and the 
Balkan States; The Triple Alliance. 

"The scope of the book is limited... to 
treaties between the nations of Europe, and to 
treaties between those nations from 1815 on- 
wards. . . . The aim of the authors is to present 
an historical summary of the international posi- 
tion at the time of each treaty; to state the 
points at issue and the contentions of the parties; 
and so to make readily accessible the materials 
on which international lawyers have to work. 
For this reason the pure law-making treaties 
have been omitted; the Hague conventions, for 
instance, speak for themselves, and in their 
construction the jurist needs little help from 
general history. A special chapter has been 
written on diplomatic forms and procedure with 
regard to treaties, and this must take rank as a 
high authority on these points." Introduction. 

76. Phillipson, Coleman, Termination of war and 
treaties of peace. N. Y., Dutton, 1916, 486 pp. 

"The work is, on the one hand, a comparative 
and analytical study, based for the most part on 
original documents, and accompanied through- 
out by critical observations founded on what I 
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international law and general jurisprudence; and. 
on the other hand, a synthetic presentation of 
conclusions derived from such analysis and appli- 
cation of first principles." Preface. 

77. U. S. Treaties, etc. Treaties, conventions, interna- 

tional acts, protocols and agreements between 
the United States of America and other powers. 
1776-1909, comp. by William M. Malloy. Wash- 
ington, Govt, print, off., 1910. 2 v. 

"This compilation . . . contains treaties, con- 
ventions, international acts, important proto- 
cols and agreements by exchange of notes, wheth- 
er in force or not. to which the United States 
has been a party from 1776 to and including the 
year 1909, together with other material pertain- 
ing to treaties, a chronological list of treaties by 
countries, etc." Preface. 

Supplement, 1913, comp, by Garfield Charles, v. 3. 

Washington, Govt, print, off., 1913. 

"This compilation . . . embraces the treaties 
conventions, international acts, protocols, and 
agreements to which the United States has 
been a party since January 1, 1910. down to and 
including the session of Congress ending March 
4, 1913." Preface. 

78. U, S. Dept. of state. Catalogue of treaties. 1814- 

1918. Washington. Govt, print, off., 1919. 716 

pp. 

"The catalogue cannot claim to be complete 
either in regard to the treaties listed or to the 
text references. But a special effort has been 
made to emphasize the period after 1900. 

"The treaties from 1814 to 1918 are arranged 
in a chronological list with information as to the 
time and place of signature and of ratification, 
the signatory powers, the treaty collections 
where the text may be found, with the language 
of the text, as well as cross-references to later 
treaties which abrogate, modify, or supersede 
the treaty in question. The text references for 
treaties since 1914 are necessarily very incom- 
plete. 

"The appendix contains a few of the most 
important treaties before 1914, as well as the 
early treaties referred to in the main list. The 
index consists of two parts, an index by coun- 
tries and an index of agreements of a general 
international character, . . . There is a separate 
list of general inter- American agreements," 
Preface, 

79. U. S, Dept. of state. Papers relating to the 

foreign relations of the United States, with the 
annual message of the President, Washington. 
Govt, print, off. 1862-. 

The latest volume published contains the ad- 
dress of the President of December 2, 1913. 

This is an official compilation, arranged 
alphabetically by name of country, A list of 
papers, in chronological order, with subjects of 
correspondence, and an alphabetical index are 
given. 

The cover title is: Foreign relations of the 
United States. 

SPECIAL TOPICS 

80. Atherley- Jones, Llewellyn Archer. Commerce in 

war. London, Methuen, [1907]. 654 pp. 

Contents: Contraband; Blocade; Continuous 
voyage; Carriage of property at sea; Right of 
search; Formalities of visit and search; Capture 
and condemnation; Formalities of capture; 
Recapture and rescue. 

"The purpose of this work is to provide a full 
exposition of the rules of international law which 
govern the commercial relations of the subjects 
of neutral and belligerent states." Preface. 

81. Bentwich, Norman, The Declaration of London. 

London, E. Wilson, Sweet & Maxwell, 1911. 
179 pp. 

Contents: Introduction; Commentary on the 



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Declaration of London — Blocade, Contraband, 
Unneutral service, Destruction of neutral prizes. 
Transfer to neutral flag. Enemy character. Con- 
voy, Resistance to search, Compensation, Final 
provisions. Appendices: A. Text of the Dec- 
laration in French and English; B. Text of the 
Hague Convention for the Establishment of an 
International Prize Court; C. Text of the Dec- 
laration of Paris; D. Text of the Naval Prize 
Bill, 1910, Parts I-III. 

"In this edition of the Declaration I have 
endeavoured to explain its contents as a whole 
and in detail, and to correct some erroneous 
opinions about the changes which it would intro- 
duce into our prize law." Preface. 
82.*Fenwick, Charles G. The neutrality laws of the 
United States. Washington, Carnegie endowment 
for international peace, 1913, 201 pp. 

"The present study of the neutrality laws of 
the United States has a threefold object in view: 
to show the traditional policy of the United 
States with respect to neutrality laws, to state 
the precise scope of those laws, and to criticise 
them according to the standard of international 
law." Preface. 

83. Foster, John W. A century of American diplomacy. 

Boston, Houghton, Mifflin co., [cl900]. 497 pp. 
An excellent brief description of the foreign 
relations of the United States, 1776-1876. The 
appendix gives a list of the Secretaries of State 
and dates each held office. 

84. Higgins, Alexander Pearce. Defensively-armed mer- 

chant ships and submarine warfare. London, 

Stevens and sons, 1917. 56 pp. 

The Appendices contain The United States' 
first Memorandum on the status of armed mer- 
chant vessels of 19th September, 1914; The 
United States' Second Memorandum of 25th 
March, 1916; and The British Admiralty In- 
structions to captains of defensively-armed 
merchant ships. 
86. Higgins, Alexander Pearce. War and the private 

citizen. London, P. S. King & son, 1912. 200 pp. 
Contents: The laws of war in relation to the 
private citizen; Hospital ships and the carriage 
of passengers and crews of destroyed prizes; 
Newspaper correspondents in naval warfare; 
The conversion of merchant-ships into warships; 
The opening by belligerents to neutrals of closed 
trade. 

"It is therefore of great importance that the 
many important questions of international law 
which are left undecided should be carefully 
studied and investigated before the meeting of 
the next Hague Conference, and one main ob- 
ject of these studies to which I am writing this 
introductory note, is to examine some of these 
questions and to set forth the arguments on 
both sides." Introductory Note, by Arthur 
Cohen. 

86. Hodges, Henry Green. The doctrine of intervention. 

Princeton, The Banner press, 1915. 288 pp. 
Traces the development of the doctrine of 
intervention and includes a discussion of intere 
vention in Mexico and interventions in th- 
European war. 

"There is probably no other department of 
international law in which the uncertainty of 
principles is as marked or^ the differences of 
opinion amongst commentators as great, as in 
the questions relating to the doctrine of inter- 
vention. . . . Mr. Hodges has done a real service 
in undertaking a careful historical analysis of 
the question, and in combining therewith a 
critical discussion of the legal principles in- 
volved." Foreword, by L. S. Rowe. 

87. Hogan, Albert Edmond. Pacific blockade. Oxford, 

The Clarendon press, 1908. 183 pp. 

Gives a general discussion of pacific blockade 
and historical accounts of the various blockades. 



88. Latifi, Alma. Effects of war on property, with a 

note on belligerent rights at sea by John Westlake. 

London, Macmillan, 1909. 152 pp. 

"The present volume ... is a careful and 
thoughtful examination of the effects of war on 
property whether it be real, personal, mixed; 
whether it belong to the enemy or be neutral; 
whether it be situated upon land or upon the 
high seas. The view-point of the author is that 
of Anglo-American jurisprudence. . . . The work 
is handled clearly, carefully, in the light of prin- 
ciple and authority, adjudged cases are very 
frequently quoted, and there are numerous 
references to the works of authority." Review, 
by J. B. Scott, A. J. I. L., v. 3: 521-2, 1909. 

89. Loreburn, Robert T. R. Capture at sea. London, 

Methuen, [1913?] 179 pp. 

Contents: Laws of the sea; Enemy capture; 
Blockade; Contraband; Mines. 

"My endeavour has been to show that com- 
merce must necessarily suffer greatly in time of 
war under the present confusion and unreason- 
ableness of the law, and that the dangers to 
commerce will neither prevent wars nor bring 
them to an end. On the contrary, they will 
only tend to extend the area of future wars by 
provoking nations which desire to be neutral." 
Preface. 

90. Moore, John Bassett. History and digest of the 

international arbitrations to which the United 
States has been a party. Washington, Govt. 
print, off., 1898. 6 v. 

A valuable compilation. The appendices 
contain the treaties relating to the arbitrations, 
and historical and legal notes. Volume 6 con- 
tains maps. 

91. Moore, John Bassett. The principles of American 

diplomacy. N. Y., Harper, [cl918]. 477 pp. 

Contents: Introduction; The beginnings; 
Freedom of the seas; Fisheries questions; The 
contest with commercial restrictions; Non- 
intervention and the Monroe doctrine; The doc- 
trine of expatriation; International arbitration; 
The territorial expansion of the United States; 
Pan Americanism; Influence and tendencies. 

An interesting discussion of the fundamental 
principles by which the diplomacy of the United 
States has been governed. 

92. Moore, John Bassett. A treatise on extradition and 

interstate rendition. Boston, Boston book co., 

1891. 2 v. 

"It is one of the objects of the present work, 
by the presentation of judicially approved forms 
as well as by the exposition of what the courts 
have decided in respect to particular questions, 
to minimize the chances of error in technical 
matters. At the same time, it is believed that 
general principles of constitutional and of inter- 
national law have not been neglected; and an 
eftort has been made to trace their evolution and 
to illustrate their meaning and application by 
a laborious investigation of original records 
from the time of the Revolution. In this way 
much new historical matter has been obtained, 
which the author ventures to hope may prove 
both interesting and instructive. The law in 
foreign countries has been set forth with as great 
fuln«ss as was thought desirable in a treatise 
written with especial reference to the United 
States. In accordance, however, with the prac- 
tical design of the work, a chapter of consider- 
able length has been devoted to the law in 
Canada, in which country, as in the United 
States, the investigation of the question of 
criminality is committed to judicial magis- 
trates." Preface. 
93 Pbillipson, Coleman. The international law and 

custom of ancient Greece and Rome. London, 

Macmillan, 1911. 2 v. 



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^K An interestinig discussion of the concept and 

^■t practice of international law by the Greeks and 

^H the Romans. Amon^ the subjects treated are 

^H, the Greek city-state system, the treatment of 

^H foreigners, naturalization, ambassadors, treat- 

^H ies, colonies and their relationship to the mother- 

^K country, and rules governing the waging of war. 

^K "It has . . . been my constant aim ... to 

^H bring out the juridical side of the subject, rather 

^P than to trace elaborately its historical develop- 

■^ ment." Preface. 

94. Reinsch, Paul S. Public international unions. 
Boston, Ginn, 1911. 191 pp. 

Contents: The new internationalism; The 
development and organization of international 
upions — Communication. Economic interests, 
Sanitation and prison reform. Police powers, 
Scientific purposes; Special and local purposes; 
The international union of American republics; 
The administrative law of the Hague tribunal; 
International administrative law and national 
sovereignty; International unions and war. 

"The relations between independent states 
have been, during recent times, assuming such 
a character that our traditional ideas of inter- 
national law are in need of revision ; or it might 
be better to say that we ire witnessing processes 
and developments in international life which 
are adding new areas to the domain of interna- 
tional law. Such, for instance, is the rapid 
growth of international procedure in extradition, 
in the presentation of claims, and especially 
in arbitration. Another important new phase 
of the subject is the srganization and adminis- 
tration of public unions in which certain eco- 
nomic, social, or scientific interests are dealt 
with on the basis of world-wide relations. The 
technical and industrial advance which charac- 
terizes our era has already brought about an 
internationalism, which is slowly and carefully 
being embodied in the forms of political organi- 
zation. It is the latter subject to which the 
present volume is intended to afford an intro- 
duction." Preface. 

95. Roxburgh, Ronald Francis. International conven- 

tions and third states. London, N. Y., Longmans, 

1917. 119 pp. 

"The present monograph on international 
conventions and third states deals with an 
important problem which hitherto has nowhere 
been made the subject of thorough research. 
And there is no agreement among those writers 
on international law who have given their at- 
tention to the matter at all. A number of them, 
in forming their opinion, are influenced by the 
municipal law under which they live and work. 
. . . Under these circumstances the method 
which Mr. Roxburgh had to pursue in his re- 
search was a foregone conclusion. He had, in 
the first instance, to give a very brief outline of 
the several municipal laws, in so far as they deal 
with the question of contracts and third parties. 
He had, in the second instance, to give a critical 
summary of the opinions of those writers who 
have previously dealt with the problem of 
international conventions and third states." 
Editorial Introduction, by L. Oppenheim. 

96. Satow, Ernest M. A guide to diplomatic practice. 

London, Longmans, 1917. 2 v. 

Contents: v. 1, Diplomacy; Immunities of the 
head of a foreign state; The minister for foreign 
affairs; Precedence among states and similar 
matters; Titles and precedence among sover- 
eigns; Maritime honours; The language of dip- 
lomatic intercourse, and forms of documents; 
Credentials and full-powers; Counsels to dip- 
lomatists; Latin and French phrases; of diplo- 
matic agents in general ; The right of legation; 
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Classification of diplomatic agents; Extra-terri- 
toriality; Immunities of diplomatic agents; 
Exemption from taxation; Immunities of the 
residence of a diplomatic agent; Right of dip- 
lomatic agent to the exercise of his religion; 
Position of diplomatic agent in regard to third 
states; The diplomatic body; Termination of a 
mission. 

v. 2, Congresses; Conferences; Treaties and 
other international compacts; Good offices; 
Mediation; Arbitration. 

"The intention was to produce a work which 
would be of service alike to the international 
lawyer, the diplomatist, and the student of his- 
tory. For this reason not only the legal side of 
diplomacy, but also its practical side had con- 
stantly to be kept in view, an outline of all the 
important congresses and conferences had to be 
included, and the different kinds of international 
compacts had to be treated in some detail." 
Preface, by L. Oppenheim. 
97. Sayre, Francis Bowes. Experiments in international 
administration. N. Y., Harper, (cl919). 201 pp. 

Three types of international organs are dis- 
cussed: international organs with little or no 
power, such as the Universal Postal Union; 
international organs with power of control over 
local situations, such as the European Danube 
Commission, the Suez Canal Commission, etc; 
international organs with power of control over 
the member states, such as the International 
Sugar Commission and the International River 
Commissions. 
98.* Scott, James Brown. An international court of 
justice. N. Y., Oxford university press. 1916. 
108 pp. 

The prefatory note states: "This little volume 
... is intended to show the progress already 
made in creating the international tribunal." 

"This might be called a companion volume to 

the author's The Status of the International 

Court of Justice. It is a reprint of a letter and 

memorandum prepared and submitted by Dr. 

Scott on January 12, 1914. to the Netherland 

Minister for Foreign Affairs, which, recognizing 

the great difficulties in the way of establishing 

a court for all the nations of the world, propose 

the constitution of the court by a limited number 

of Powers as a first step toward a world court." 

Review, A. J. I. L.. v. 11: 915. 1917. 

99.* Scott, James Brown. The status of the international 

court of justice, with an appendix of addresses and 

official documents. N. Y., Oxford university 

press. 1916. 93 pp. 

The Preface states: "It seems to the officers 
of the American Society for Judicial Settlement 
of International Disputes that the time has 
come for a somewhat elaborate account of the 
present status of the proposal, so that the par- 
tisans of judicial settlement shall be informed 
not only as to the original proposition, but as to 
the steps which have been taken to realize it." 
100. Smith, Frederic Edwin. The destruction of mer- 
chant ships under international law. London, 
J. M. Dent & sons, [1917]. 1 10 pp. 

Contents: Enemy merchantmen — Visit and 
search, and resistance thereto; The relation of 
seizure to ownership. The destruction of enemy 
merchantmen; Neutral merchantmen — Under 
the customary law. Under the Declaration of 
London, Rules and practice in the present war. 

"The author of more than one valuable treat- 
ise on international law, and now holding the 
office of Attorney- General of Great Britain, has 
undertaken to set forth in brief compass the law 
upon a subject which, together with contra- 
band and blockade, has been the very center 
of belligerent and neutral controversy in the 
present war." Review, bv C. G. Fenwick, 
A.J. I L., V. 11: 901-3, 1917. 



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101. 



Spaight, James Molony. Aircraft in war. London, 
Macmillan, 1914. 172 pp. 

Contents: Introductory; References to air- 
craft in the Hague legislation; The codes pro- 
posed by M. Fauchille and others; The sovereign- 
ty or freedom of the air; Belligerent entry 
of neutral atmosphere; Distinguishing marks 
for aircraft and their crews; The seizure, con- 
fiscation, and destruction of private enemy and 
neutral aircraft; The treatment of private 
enemy aircraft in a belligerent's territory at the 
outbreak of war; Aircraft and the Alabama rule; 
The treatment of civilian enemy and neutral 
airmen; The relation of aerial law to existing 
conventions; Some suggested modifications of 
the laws of land and maritime war; Isolated 
enemy airmen and attacks by non-military popu- 
lations. 



in Introductory Corres-' 



103. 



104. 



102. 



Upton, Francis H. The law of nations affecting 
commerce during war, with a review of the juris- 
diction, practice and proceedings of prize courts. 
N. Y., Voorhies, 1862. 304 pp. 

This book was written in response to the fol- 
lowing formal letter: "It seems certain that the 
unfortunate civil conflict in which our country 
is engaged, will call into excerise to no inconsid- 
erable extent the prize jurisdiction of our Courts 
of Admiralty. If this be so, a work which 
shall include a summary of the practice and pro- 
ceedings in prize courts, will be of great value 
to the profession and to suitors before the prize 
courts of the country." From Letter from 
Sam. R. Betts, Judge of the District Court of 

[Concluded] 



the United States 
pondence. 

♦Wehberg, Hans. The problem of an international 
court of justice, tr. by C. G. Fenwick. Oxford, 
The Clarendon press; London, N. Y., Milford. 
1918. 251 pp. 

(Lettered on cover: The work of the Hague 
V. 2. Carnegie endowment for internatioi 
peace.) 

"The undersigned . . . commends this volui 
to the interested public as the best statement 
the problems connected with the necessity am 
organization of an international court which it 
has been his fortune to read, and as calculated 
to advance the cause of judicial and therefore 
of peaceable settlement of justiciable disputes 
between and among the nations." Introduc- 
tory note, by J. B. Scott. 
Willoughby, Westel W. Foreign rights and inter- 
ests in China. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins press, 
1920. 594 pp. 

"The purpose of this volume is to provide a 
statement of the rights of foreigners and the 
interests of foreign states in China as they are to 
be found stated in treaties with or relating to 
China or in other documents of an official or 
quasi-official character. Viewed from the other 
side, the account will exhibit the limitations 
under which the Chinese government is com- 
pelled to act not only with regard to matters of 
international obligation but as to matters 
which, in countries more fortunately circum- 
stanced, are of purely domestic concern." 
Preface. 



PRINCIPAL CONTENTS OF THE LIBRARY PRESS 
JULY— NOVEMBER, 1922 

A glance at the titles of the principal articles appearing in the library periodicals from month to month 
will help the busy librarian to keep in touch with library progress. 

In some cases we elaborate the title slightly, to give a better understanding of the subject covered by the 



article. 



AMERICAN 



American Library Association, Bulletin, 
November, 1922 

New and forthcoming A. L. A. publications. 
Compton, C. H. Salary statistics. Large public libraries. 
Puelicher, J. H. Can the banker help the librarian? 

The Library Journal, July, 1922 
Root, A. S. Next steps in library co-operation. 
Brown, D. C. The future of the N. A. S. L. 
Glasier, G. G. Problems before the A. A. L. L. 
Hyde, D. W., Jr. The economic value of library service. 
Roden, C. B. The librarian's duty to his profession. 
Raney, M. L. Copyright and the publishers. — A 

review of thirty years. 
The Detroit conference of the A. L. A. 

The Library Journal, August, 1922 
Sawyer, Ethel R. The correlation of library school and 

training class instruction. 
Lewis, F. G. Selecting religious books for a public 

library. 
Winslow, Amy. A union index of private libraries. 
The Detroit conference. 

The Library Journal, September 1, 1922 
Haines, Helen E. Books and book-making in the 

United States. 
Dana, J: C. Libraries and museums. VI. Pictures in 

place of objects. 
Root, Mary E. S. Charted seas (in children's library 

work). 
De Angelis, Annina, comp. The project method. A 

selected list of references to material published 1914- 

1921. 
Stebbins, H. L. Counting a library. 
Macfayden, D. The Letchworth book club. 
Roeder, C: W. Psychological tests in library exami- 
nations. 



The Library Journal, September 15, 1922 

Cole, G: W. The Henry E. Huntington library. 11. 

Dimmitt, LeNoir. Sources of material for library 
extension service. 

Dawson, Loleta. The Detroit county library exhibit, il. 

Lewis, Sarah V. Book advertising — wise and other- 
wise. 

Library legislation, 1921-1922. 

The Library Journal, October 1, 1922 

Brittin, Jasmine. New roads in library work with 
children. 

Parkinson, H. O. Direct-by-phone advertising to chil- 
dren. 

Smith, Edith L. Giant-killing in the children's depart- 
ment. 

Schwab, Marion F. Recent fiction for boys (Hst). 

Jackson, Annie I. M. Recent fiction for girls (list). 

Hurlbutt, Isabelle B., comp. A children's book week 
program for women's clubs. 

Good films for young people based on literature (list) . 

Boynton, Myra L. The doll tableaux at the Forbes 
_ library (Northampton, Mass.) il. 

Children's book week in the libraries. 

The Library Journal, October 15, 1922 

Feipel, L: N. Questionable books in public libraries 

(to be concluded). 
Quigley, Margery. The Greek immigrant and the library. 
Alessios, Alison B. Selection and purchase of modem 

Greek books. 
The John Ry lands library (Manchester, England). 
Best books of 1921 for children (with list). 



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The Library Journal, November 1, 1922 

Feipel, L: N. Questionable books in public libraries 
(cont.) 

Ferguson, M. J. Humanizing the A. L. A. — Detroit, 
1922. 

Richardson, E. C. International co-operation in intel- 
lectual work. 

Hewins. Caroline M. David Copperfield's library. 

Yust, W: F. Librarians' pensions in New York. 

Lee, G: W. Noblesse oblige in 1923. 

Power, Leonore St. J. Some children's book lists. 

Walter, F. K. A guide to the use of libraries, by Mar- 
garet Hutchins, Alice Johnson, and Margaret S. 
Williams (review). 

The Library Journal, November 15, 1922 

Hartwell, Mary A. Better public documents service to 

libraries. 
Pyle, J. G. The James Jerome Hill reference library, il, 
Raney, M. L. Treasury decision 39108. 

Public Libraries, July, 1922 

Locke, G: H. Recruiting for librarianship in Canada. 

Henry, W. E. Recruiting for librarianship. 

Raney, M. L. Copyright and the publishers: A review 

of thirty years. 
Emmons, H. H. The individual's responsibility to his 

profession. 
Proceedings of the A. L. A. meeting, Detroit, June 26- 

July 1, 1922. 

Public Libraries, October, 1922 

Hiss, Sophie K. The training of catalogers in relation 

to the needs of the large public library. 
Walter, F. K. The cataloging situation. 
Betz, Esther. What's the matter with cataloging? 
Akers, Susan G. Cataloging problems in smaller libraries 
Turner, Harriet P. Who catalogs the small library? 
Gammons, A. F. Branch cataloging minus the red tape. 

Public Libraries, November, 1922 

Farmer, Mrs. A. N. What should be stressed in the 
Indian's character in the pioneer stories written for 
children? 

Kidder, Harriet L. Some illustrators of children's books. 

Thel library's part in children's reading. 

Special Libraries, September, 1922 

Thirteenth annual convention of the Special libraries 
association. Proceedings. 

Special Libraries, October, 1922 

Cady, F. E. The research and technical library, il. 
White, A. E. Library and industry. 
Gavett, W. Directory libraries and special service. 
Barnett, Claribel R. The training of the special li- 
brarian. 

Special Libraries, November, 1922 

Stone, Edna L. Recent books on labor in the United 
States. 

Hunt, Louise. Labor's own library. 

The library of the Republic Iron and Steel Co., Youngs- 
town, O. il. 

Widegren, P. The Swedish reference bureau. 

Olcott, Florence. Taking the library to a convention, il. 

Powlison, W. L. How a special library helps the 
automobile business. 

News Notes of California Libraries, July, 1922 

Ferguson, M. J. Humanizing the A. L. A. 

Brackett, Thelma. The twenty-seventh annual con- 
vention of the California library association. 

Duflf, Carmelita. Temporary branches. 

Flower, Gretchen. Books — on top of the world. 

McCardle, Sarah E. What is being done in state teach- 
ers' colleges to give prospective teachers a knowledge 
of the county library. 

Newfield, L. K. Library publicity. 

Hewitt, Edna. First library talk by radio. 

Colorado Libraries, April, 1922 

Hadley, C. What's the matter with Colorado? 



Colorado Libraries, September, 1922 

Stebbins, Elfreda. Fort Collins pubHc library. 

Baker, Charlotte A. The library of the Colorado 
Agricultural college. 

Literary prizes awarded for 1921. 

niinois Libraries, July, 1922 

Lowe, J: A. Hints for the village library building 
committee. 

Ranck, S: H. The public library as a community 
vitalizer. 

Craig. E. L. The organization and duties of a board 
of library trustees. 

Library Occurrent, Public Library Commission of 
Indiana, July, 1922 

Peters, Orpha M. Cultivating the library spirit. 

Curry, C: M. Standards in children's literature. 

Indiana library week. 

Abraham, Effie G. Keeping in touch with the diflFerent 
departments of the library. 

Carson, Annie E. Township station problems. 

Netter, Miriam. County seat library and the small 
town. 

How a good library benefits all the people of a com- 
munity. 

Radio for everybody (list of books). 

Library Occurrent, Public Library Commission of 
Indiana, October, 1922 

Indiana library week in towns of under 5,000 population. 

Report on Indiana school libraries. 

Minutes of early meetings of the Indiana library associa- 
tion. 

Iowa Library Quarterly, July-Augrust-September, 
1922 

A library week — Indiana's experience. 

Brigham, J. A friend of libraries. Tribute to the 

late Frank F. Dawley. 

Maine Library Bulletin, July, 192S 
August events (list). 
Maine author collection in State library. 

Maine Library Bulletin, October, 1923 
The foundation books for a school library. 
Maine-born librarians in other states (list). 
Massachusetts Library Club Bulletin, October, 1922 
Edward Francis Johnson, -1922. Obituary. 
Langdon Lauriston Ward, 1858-1922. Obituary. 
Hall, Anna G. Library work with children in small 

libraries. 

Michigan Library Bulletin, March-Jime, 1922 
Baker, R. R. What is the educational or moral value for 

the boys and girls in reading books about the American 

Indian? 
Buist, D: Why do boys and girls read Indian stories? 
Farmer, Mrs. A. N. What would be stressed in the 

Indian's character in the pioneer stories written for 

children? 
Michigan Library Bulletin, September-October, 

1922 
Michigan library association annual convention. Report. 
Dudgeon, M. S. The State's opportunities for service 

through libraries. 
Ranck, S: H. The public library as a community 

vitalizer. 
Minnesota Department of Education, Library 

Notes and News, September, 1922 
Children's book week. 

Field, Pauline. Hennepin county book wagon. 
Traveling libraries. 

The Library Messenger, Missouri Library Com- 
mission, July, 1922 
Craig, E. L. The organization and duties of a board 

of library trustees. 
Bird's-eye view of Missouri public libraries. 
The Library Messenger, Missouri Library Com- 
mission, October, 1922 
Compton, C: H. Missouri Valley Ubrary conference; 

Summary. 
Bostwick, A. E. The joys of getting lost. 



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Vol. 11, No. 9 



Zwick, G. L. Library revenue: How much does a 

library need and how to get it. 
Heffelfinger, J: B. The Hbrary revenue: How much 

and how to get it. 
McCulIoch, B. Library revenue: How much does a 

library need and how to get it. 
Kiner, Rebecca D. A librarian's vices and devices. 
Williams, Nellie. How we reach the community. 
Ferguson, M. J. The library the missing link. 
Utley, G: B. The library of the future. 
Tobitt, Edith. Librarians' reading. 
Burgess, Alice. Library work with children — A civic 

force. 
Miller, Ruth. Some recent books. 
Anderson, Mrs. M. A. Growth of co-operation between 

the library and the schools. 

New Hampshire Public Libraries, Bulletin, Sep- 
tember, 1922 

Children's book week. 

Davis, Mrs. Bessie S. Children's book week in Laconia. 

Davis, Mrs. Bessie S. What federated women's clubs 

were doing for New Hampshire libraries and schools, 

1921-22. 

New York Libraries, August, 1922 

Tolman, F. L. Some business parables for librarians. 
Schwab, Marion F. Recent fiction for boys. 
Wynkoop, A. The 1922 series of library institutes. 
Hibbard, G: Notes from editorial committee of New 
York library association. 

North Carolina Library Bulletin, June, 1922 

Noble, A. B. Stepping stones to correct taste. 
Horace Kephart. Autobiographical. 

North Carolina Library Bulletin, September, 1922 

Haughenberry, Chloe A. The child and the library. 
Turvill, Helen, comp. Children's book week in Wis- 
consin. 
Morley, C. The child and the book. 
Biography for young people. 



Ontario Library Review, August, 1922 

Locke, G: H. Recruiting for librarianship in Canada. 
Carson, W. O. Annual report of the inspector of public 

libraries. 
Jackson, Annie L M. Recent fiction for girls. 

South Dakota Library Bulletin, June, 1922 

Woodford, J. M. Important change in the distribution 

of documents. 
Richardson, Mabel K. Books and a vacation. 
Lyon, Abigail. Holding the patronage of the library 

through the summer. 
Caille, Alberta. Vacation reading. 
South Dakota Library Bulletin, September, 1922 
Yankton in history. 

Laurson, Edla. The A. L. A. conference. 
Peters, Orpha M. Cultivating the library spirit. 
Robinson, D. Public libraries and history. 
Vermont Free Public Library Commission, Bulletin, 

September, 1922 
Richards, Mrs. Helen M. Vermont's new book-wagon. 
Handy, Mrs. G. W. Quarterly report of West Hartford 

(Vt.) library. 
That funny publicity bug. 
Rugg, H. G. Vermontiana. 

Wisconsin Library Bulletin, July, 1922 
Squires, V. P. A message from a great book lover. 
Wisconsin Library Bulletin, October, 1922 
Akers, Susan G. Suggestions for the solution of catalog- 
ing problems in smaller libraries. 
Barnes, Clara M. Story programs for a library year. 
Fourth annual children's week. Purpose. Slogan. 

Wisconsin Library Bulletin, November, 1922 
Carter, S. J. Wisconsin library association. Report of 

thirty-first annual meeting. 
Davis, Winifred L. Measuring results in reference work. 
Bruncken, E. Reaching the public through literary 

anniversaries. 
Puelicher, J. H. Can the banker help the librarian? 
Sprague, Jessie E. The library in the small community. 



PRINCIPAL CONTENTS OF ENGLISH LIBRARY PERIODICALS 



Library Association Record, July, 1922 

Scottish library association: Annual meeting. 
Carson, Jessie. Comite Americain pour les regions 
devastees de la France. 

Library Association Record, August, 1922 

Wake, Joan. Collaboration in historical research. 
Shaw, G. T. The wider aspects of the public library 
movement. The librarian's point of view. 

Library Association Record, September, 1922 

Ballinger, J: Some thoughts on libraries in relation to 

education and national life. 
Page, Muriel. Staff work in a children's library. 

Library Association Record, October-November, 
1922 

John Ballinger, Esq., librarian of National library of 

Wales. Portrait. 
Macleod, R. D. County library law. 
Sanderson, C. R. County library systems and a new 

book on them. 
Tipping, H. A. The development of library buildings 

and fittings. 
Mathias, F: J. Library work in a secondary school. 
Mansbridge, A. Ships' libraries. 
Ervine, St. J: On libraries and bookmen. 

The Library, September, 1922 

Lathrop, H. B. The first English printers and their 

patrons. 
Pollard, A. W. The history of copyright in England, 

1662-1774. 
Fordham, Sir H. G.: The Listes generales des posies de 

France, 1708-79, and the Jaillots, Geographies ordi- 

naires du roi. il. 
Gibson, S. Recent books on binding. 



The Library World, July, 1922 

Briscoe, W. A. Public libraries and economy. 

The Library World, August-September, 1922 
Robertshaw, W. Systematic classification in British 

public libraries. 
One-man book production. (Work of Dard Hunter, 

with portrait.) 
Cardiff: its conference, its library, and its booksellers, il. 

The Library World, October, 1922 
The Library association conference (with group photo). 

The Library World, November, 1922 
Sharp, H: A. Some further uses of gramaphones in 
public libraries. 
The Librarian and Book World, May, 1922 
Philip, A. J. Mrs. Craik's unpublished poems. 
The Librarian and Book World, June-July, 1922 
The real librarian. 
The Librarian and Book World, August- September, 

1922 
Whitwell, C. West Ham education week. 
Library planning and design. The building — L 
The old-time conference. 

Fletcher, J. K. The literary associations of Cardiff. 
The Librarian and Book World, October, 1922 
Library planning and design. The building — IL 

The Library Assistant, July, 1922 
Wickens, E. C. Address delivered at the London day 
training college, June 28, 1922. 
The Library Assistant, August-September, 1922 
Wragg. Ethel F. The uses of indexes in research. 

The Library Assistant, November, 1922 
Murry, J. M. The librarian as critic. 
The NALGO salaries scale. 



Sept -Dec. 1922 



Births and Deaths 



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BIRTHS AND DEATHS 
A RECORD OF NEW TITLES, CHANGED TITLES, AND DEATHS IN THE 

PERIODICAL WORLD 

[To be continued] 



I. New Periodicals 

Adam's Apple. Boston, Mass. mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, 

no. 1, Je. 1922. 25c. no. (Humorous.) 
AerofiauUcal Digest. 342 Madison Av., New York, 

N. Y. mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Ap. 1922. 25c. $3.00. 
AgricuUor,0. Lavras, Minas, Brazil. 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, 

Je. 1922. 
A gricidttiral Experiment Station. Bulletin. Suigen, Korea. 

vol. 1, no. 1, Mr. 1922. 
Amateur W-'reless. Hartford, Conn. 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, 

S. 1921. 
American Indian Tepee, The. Yakima, Wash, quar., 

4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1. Ap. 1920, 50c., $2.00. 
American Liberal, The. New York, N. Y. w., 4to, il., 

vol. 1, no. 1, Je. 22, 1918. Successor to Issues and 

Events. 
American Mason, The. Philadelphia, Pa. mo., 4to, 

il., vol. 1, no. 1, My. 1922. $2.00. 
American Medical Press. New York, N. Y. mo., 8vo, 

vol. 1. no. 1, Je. 1922. $2.00. 
American Soldier, The. Mount Morris, 111. mo., 4to, 

il., vol. 1, no. 1. Jl. 1919. $1.00. 
Annals of Clinical Medicine. Baltimore, Md. quar., 

8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, Jl. 1922. $2.00, $6.00. 
Antiques. 683 Atlantic Av., Boston, Mass. mo., 4to, 

il.. vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1922. 50c., $4.00. 
Archives of Occupational Therapy. Baltimore, Md. 

bi-mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, F. 1922. $5.00. 
Archives of Optometry. Philadelphia, Pa. quar., 8vo, 

vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1922. $5.00. 
.Army and Navy Bulletin. Detroit, Mich, mo., 4to, 

il., vol. 1, no. 1, My. 1922. $2.00. 
Atlantic Advertiser. Atlanta, Ga. w., 8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, 

My. 20, 1922. $1.00. Successor to Good News. 
Baseball Doings. Washington, D. C. mo., 4to, il., 

vol. 1. no. 1, Ap. 1922. $1.50. 
Baton, The. Los Angeles, Cal. mo.. 8vo, vol. 1, no. 1, 

Ap. 1922. $1.00. 
Baton, The. New York, N. Y. mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, 

Ja. 1922. $1.00. 
Beautiful Womanhood. 119 W. 40th St., New York, 

N. Y. mo., 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, S. 1922. 25c.. 

$3.00. 
Berg-Stimme (The Mountain Echo). Liberty, N. Y. 

w., 4to, vol. 1, no. 1, Jan. 1, 1922. 5c. no. 
Bibliografta Economica Romana. Bucuresti. mo., 8vo, 

vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1921. Supplement to Buletinului 

Institutul Economic Romanesc. 
Bleacher, Finisher and Textile Chemist. New York, N. Y. 

mo., 8vo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1922. $2.50. 
Bookseller and Stationery Trades' Journal. London. 

mo., n. s. vol. 1, no. 1, Ja. 1922. Is., 125. 
Bookseller's Quarterly, The. 156 Fifth Av., New York, 

N. Y. quar., vol. 1, no. 1. Jl. 1922. 25c. $1.00. 
Bride, The. New York, N. Y. mo., 8vo, il., vol. 1, no. 1, 

Je. 1922. $2.00. 
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My. 27, 1922. lOc. $3.00. 
Brown Swiss Bulletin. Beloit, Wis. mo., 8vo, vol. 1, 

no. 1, Jl. 1922. 
Budget, The. 340 Madison Av.. New York, N. Y. mo., 

4to, vol. 1, no. 1, Mr. 1922. 15c., $1.50. 
Burley Tobacco Grower, The. Lexington, Ky. mo., fol., 

vol. 1, no. 1, My. 1922. 20c. year. 
Cafi Brulo. Tulane University, New Orleans, La. 
mo. during college year. 4to, il., vol. 1, no. 1, Ap. 
1922. $2.00, 
California Telegram. San Francisco, Cal. w., 4to, 

vol. 1, no. 1, Ap. 13, 1922. $2.50. 
Canadian Aberdeen-Angus Recorder. Brandon, Man. 

quar., fol., vol. 1, no. 1, D. 1920. 50c. 
Cap'n Joey's Jazza-ka-jazza. New York, N. Y. mo., 

12mo, vol. 1. no. 1, F. 1922. $2.00. 
Casualty Review, The. Indianapolis, Ind. mo., 4to, il.. 
Mr. 1920, first separate issue. Formerly issued as 
part 4 of The Rough Notes Service. 



mo.. 



Certified Public Accountant. Washington, D. C. 

4to, vol, 1, no. 1, Ja. 1922. 
Chancery Record. New York. N. Y. mo., fol., il., vol. 1, 

no. 1, My. 1922. $1.00. Sucessor to Royal Register. 
Chicago International Philatelist. Chicago, III. mo., 

12mo, vol. 1, no. 1, D. 1921. $1.00. 
Chicago Retail Dealer. Chicago. 111. mo., fol.. il.. vol. 

1. no. 1, Ap. 1922. 50c. 
China Review. 2844 Woolworth Bldg.. New York. N. Y. 

mo., vol. 1, no. 1. Jl. 1921. $2.00. 
Circuit Breaker. Brooklyn. N. Y. 8vo, 11., vol. 1, no. 1. 

Ap. 1922. $1.00. 
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vol. 1, no. 1, J1..1922. 
Collectors' Club Philatelist. New York. N. Y. quar., 

8vo, il., vol. 1. no. 1. Ja. 1922. $1.00. 
Commercial Technique. Stamford, Conn, bi-mo.. 16mo, 

vol. 1, no. 1, My. 1. 1922. $5.00. 
"Communique." 261 Madison Av.. New York, N. Y. 

irreg., 8vo, il.. vol. 1, no. 1, Ag. 1920.